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  • Jeroen Kumeling
    ... Van: United Kingdom UFO Network Aan: UFO@MAELSTROM.STJOHNS.EDU Datum: maandag 3 januari 2000 0:28
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      -----Oorspronkelijk bericht-----
      Van: United Kingdom UFO Network <ukufonw@...>
      Aan: UFO@... <UFO@...>
      Datum: maandag 3 januari 2000 0:28
      Onderwerp: Issue 104 pt 3 - United Kingdom UFO Network


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      | U K / / // ___/ / / / 31st December 1999
      | / / // / / / / N E T W O R K Part 3 Issue 104
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      | The United Kingdom UFO Network - a free electronic magazine with
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      | This Foo Fighter, as noted, the description, number and behaviour of
      | the objects reported are almost identical. I find it hard to believe
      | that this could be due simply to coincidence. The Tremonton, Utah
      | incident has been the subject of debate for decades. The apparent
      | conflict of interpretation regarding the Newhouse film between the U
      | S Air Force and Navy is strange to say the least. Given the
      | photographic evidence, location and date of this incident, we can be
      | certain that it was not due to light reflections from battle damaged
      | aircraft, or "hallucination." If the Foo Fighter's per se, were an
      | form of natural phenomenon, why has the wartime Intelligence analysis
      | of them not been made public? If there was a Projekt Saucer, and the
      | aircraft or research data from this project were captured as claimed,
      | why should the existence of such remain secret? The answer is
      | obvious. The technology used in these weapon systems has been
      | developed still further, is in service and highly classified.
      |
      | Perhaps the Spitzbergen Saucer was a machine from the Silverbug
      | Project, there a similarities in the description of the allegedly
      | recovered disk and "Silverbug." Regarding the Nazi Disk, the choice
      | of Spitzbergen as the destination for an expensive experimental
      | aircraft seems strange. The only German troops on the island during
      | the war were a meteorological team whose task was to supply weather
      | reports, vital for the U-boats and Focke-Wulf reconnaissance
      | aircraft. Despite being in radio contact with Berlin and knowing that
      | Germany had capitulated on the 4th May, the men did not surrender
      | until September. The teams commander allegedly not knowing how to
      | negotiate a surrender! By co-incidence, at least two U-boats followed
      | the weathermen_s example. The U-530 surrendered in July 1945 and the
      | U-977 on 18th August. Both were surrendered in Argentina, and are
      | said to have been supplying a Nazi base in Antarctica.
      |
      | The end of the War did not end the Foo Fighter saga, on the contrary,
      | they reappeared with a vengeance over New Mexico and the neighbouring
      | States in 1946, and arguably, Scandinavia.
      |
      | Conclusions.
      |
      | Not all the "Foo-Fighter' were weapons of one kind or another, nor
      | were they due soley to natural phenomena or battle fatigue. Exactly
      | what they were is anybodies guess. The late Luis Alvarez, who with HP
      | Robertson investigated the reports during the war, was an expert in
      | radar and Electronic countermeasures(ECM). His Early Warning
      | Microwave radar was used during D-day. A Nobel laureate, today, he is
      | best remembered for his work on the Cretaceous Impacter, that
      | supposedly wiped out the dinosaurs.
      |
      | Summary of events
      |
      | 1904 Christian Hulsmeyer invents radar
      | 1922 Tesla and Marconi experiment with "reflecting waves"
      | 1932 Swedish "Ghost Planes" appear
      | 1935 Britain tests AI radar aboard aircraft.
      | 1940/41 Epp sends model of his disk to German Air ministry
      | 1942 The Los Angeles incident
      | 1944 Foo Fighters
      | 1945/46 AVRO-Canada start work on a flying disk.
      | 1946 Swedish "Ghost Rockets" appear. US asked to help identify
      | phenomenon General Doolittle investigates. 1947 UFO's appear in
      | force. Admiral Byrd heads for Antarctica and the USAF & CIA are
      | formed. 1952 The Spitzbergen Saucer reported in German newspaper.
      | 1953 Greek newspaper reports Nazi saucer project, and Canadian
      | involvement in flying disks. 1954 Canada admits trying to build
      | Saucer immediately after the war. 1959 Lusar publishes his book
      |
      | References
      | *1 German Weapons and Secret Weapons Of The Second World War.
      | Maj. Rudolph Lusar
      |
      | *2 Memo 00-W-2745. Information From Foreign Documents or Radio
      |
      | Broadcasts. 1952 *3 Inside the Third
      | Reich, Albert Speer *4 Flying Saucers from Outer Space, Maj. D E.
      | Keyhoe *5 The UFO Encyclopaedia, Margaret Sachs *6 UFO Secrets
      Of The
      | Third Reich, Royal Atlantis *7 Most Secret War, Prof. R V. Jones
      | *8 UFO Exist!, Paris Flammonde *9 Fighters, Bill Gunston *10 The
      | Robertson Report *11 The Radar War, David Pritchard *12 The Last
      100
      | Days, John Toland *13 The UFO Encyclopaedia, John Spencer *14 UFO's:
      | A Federal Case, Peter Brookesmith *15 Suicide weapon, A J Barker
      | *16 Flying Saucers: An Analysis of the Air Force Project Blue Book
      | special report No 14
      | Leon Davidson
      |
      | Bibliography
      |
      | German weapons And Secret Weapons of The Second World War and Their
      | Development. Maj. Rudolph Lusar, New York Philosophical Library. 1959
      |
      | Most Secret War, Prof. R V. Jones,
      | Coronet Books, 1978
      |
      | The Rise and Fall Of The Luftwaffe, David Irving.
      | Futura Publications Ltd. 1976
      |
      | Ultra Goes To War, Ronald Lewin.
      |
      | Grafton, 1988
      |
      | UFO Exist! Paris Flammonde.
      | Ballantine Books.1977
      |
      | The UFO Encyclopaedia, Margaret Sachs.
      | Corgi, 1981
      |
      | The Radar War, David Pritchard.
      | Patrick Stephens Ltd. 1989
      |
      | Inside the Third Reich, Albert Speer.
      | Sphere Books Ltd. 1971
      |
      | Fighters, Bill Gunston.
      | Optimum Books. 1981
      |
      | The Last 100 Days, John Toland.
      | Phoenix, 1994
      |
      | UFO Secrets of the Third Reich,
      | Royal Atlantis GmbH.
      | Stettin, Austria.
      |
      | UFO's: A Federal Case. Peter Brookesmith,
      | The Unexplained, Orbis. 1984
      |
      | Suicide Weapon, A J. Barker.
      | Pan/Ballantine Illustrated History of World War II
      | Pan/Ballantine 1972.
      |
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