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  1. #1
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    Sep 2004
    Not Of This World

    France Opens Secret UFO Files Covering 50 Years

    France became the first country to open its files on UFOs Thursday when the national space agency unveiled a website documenting more than 1,600 sightings spanning five decades.
    The online archives, which will be updated as new cases are reported, catalogues in minute detail cases ranging from the easily dismissed to a handful that continue to perplex even hard-nosed scientists.
    "It is a world first," said Jacques Patenet, the aeronautical engineer who heads the office for the study of "non-identified aerospatial phenomena."
    Known as OVNIs in French, UFOs have always generated intense interest along with countless conspiracy theories about secretive government cover-ups of findings deemed too sensitive or alarming for public consumption.
    "Cases such as the lady who reported seeing an object that looked like a flying roll of toilet paper" are clearly not worth investigating, said Patenet.
    But many others involving multiple sightings -- in at least one case involving thousands of people across France -- and evidence such as burn marks and radar trackings showing flight patterns or accelerations that defy the laws of physics are taken very seriously.
    The CNES fields between 50 and 100 UFO reports ever year, usually written up by police. Of these, 10 percent are the object of on-site investigations, Patenet said.
    Other countries collect data more or less systematically about unidentified flying objects, notably in Britain and in the United States, where information can be requested on a case-by-case basis under the Freedom of Information Act.
    "But we decided to do it the other way around and made everything available to the public," Patenet said.
    The aim was to make it easier for scientists and other UFO buffs to access the data for research.

    The website itself -- which crashed host servers hours after it was unveiled due to heavy traffic -- is extremely well organized and complete, even including scanned copies of police reports.
    To visit the website: www.cnes-geipan.fr


    I wonder if French UFO's surrender, as well, lol.

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  2. #2
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    Apr 2005
    There is some very interesting material coming out of this. i have noted there are many so-called UFO reports which have been debunked. and then there are those which cannot be debunked. anyone with a genuine interest in this subject will find much.

    Quote Originally Posted by Dark Knight View Post

    I wonder if French UFO's surrender, as well, lol.
    i'm afraid i find that comment unworthy. i can hardly believe you could have written it unless i'd seen it with my own eyes.

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