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- May 06, 2016
On our episode 32, Sam, Ryan and I discuss fake UFO videos and pictures, Ryan finally watching the original Alien film with Sigourney Weaver, a newly discovered wolf in the Himalayas, light coming OUT of a black hole, mud volcanoes tossing massive Oarfish around.
Sam and I then speak to Cameron Hale and Kyle Philson of the Expanded Perspectives podcast. We talk Bigfoot, alternative history, giants, time slips and much more. We cover many Fortean bases on this episode!
Book mentioned by Kyle Philson: Tragedy at Devil’s Hollow
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My question is, if you see something in the sky and do not know what it is, by definition is it automatically an Unidentified Flying Object?
Absolutely. If the unidentified target described by the witness is an object it seems appropriate to refer to it as a UFO. If it is a light then it is not an object(as far as the witness could tell) and calling it a UFO is inaccurate. There are luminous phenomena that appear as singular balls of lights that are clearly natural and others where that determination is not so certain so the assumption that anything correctly labeled as a UAP is an alien artifact is incorrect. Of course, that is not to deny cases that are provocative in that regard we are simply trying to resolve that what was seen was a UAP as it is defined. In this way, if we stick to these standards, the cases that are categorized as UAP will be very well documented and contribute to the overall analysis of the situation.
Love the guys from Expanded Perspectives! Another good one Shannon!