It's back! (formerly discussed inside Project Blue Book thread)
They are covering most of the same ground as in the first season. They've added the triangular craft reports while revisiting the military "tic tac" sightings as well as the apparent UFO attraction to U.S. nuclear assets.Also they went highly on the first episode to do exact thing and talking it from the military perspective, with cases going all the way back to sixties.
They're coming out weekly here. I wasn't aware that the series had been resumed before the third episode had been presented.It's interesting that they've already put out three episodes, instead of doing it weekly basis
It's not that they don't have enough of material. There's plenty, even they said it. There's a treasure trove out there, but the thing is, it's all behind lock and key because the US government cannot, won't give an official position for the whole thing. I mean there's loads of interest, the Netflix new unsolved mysteries was still among the top 10 in the UK yesterday. Today, different story, but you look at the Project BB and it got phenomenal numbers in just a year.I'm beginning to think that they don't have enough compelling material to satisfactorily fill out season, much less a series.
Yes please, and frankly they should abandon the whole commercialised sh1t. Our attention span isn't that tiny.They provide a glimpse of what's coming next before each commercial break, then repeat the last minute or so of what had been previously presented when they return to the show. I'm beginning to think that they don't have enough compelling material to satisfactorily fill out season, much less a series.
I want to know what the government is doing or intends to do to turn unidentified flying objects into identified flying objects. How about a trap baited with a little nuclear cheese?
Yes, but how much of it is redundant? They've done all they need to establish credibility.It's not that they don't have enough of material. There's plenty, even they said it.
I would guess that the drama element of PBB contributes much to its ratings. Attempts to do that in this show, such as the conversations about the latest testimony seem contrived -- which, of course, they are.you look at the Project BB and it got phenomenal numbers in just a year.
|"It is possible within the present U.S. knowledge -- pro-|
vided extensive detailed development is undertaken -- to construct a
piloted aircraft which has the general description of the object in sub-
paragraph (e) above which would be capable of an approximate range of
7000 miles at subsonic speeds.
"g. Any development in this country along the lines indicated
would be extremely expensive, time consuming and at the considerable ex-
pense of current projects and therefore, if directed, should be set up in-
dependently of existing projects."
So, the technology existed at the time to construct a 'flying disc' with very long range. The alien spacecraft explanation was the cover story. Men with certain security clearances said these were Russian aircraft. But the goal was to bury this information under decades of 'it must be aliens' nonsense.
| (1) The possibillity that these objects are of domestic|
origin - the product of some high security project
not known to AC/AS-2 or this Command.
It's not that and I wish you would have watched History Channel's The Secret of the Skinwalker Ranch. In it there's multiple episodes, where they are measuring RF frequencies, and filming it for the TV, while they happen. At the end, there's one gigantic conclusion as they collect the data and kind of go along with the Bigelow Aerospace investigation saying that there's a portal. In the show they kind of suggest that it's above the basin that's basically shaped like a satellite dish.It's interesting that unexplained twirling light orbs have been reported in South American nations as well as in the U.S., but that revelation undermines the theory alien visitors are drawn to cutting-edge military capability and nuclear technology.