Time this month for an update on UFO activity; there’s certainly been nothing in the main news, which is not surprising as other more important and somewhat wretched matters have taken precedent. However, not to be dissuaded, I thought it would be interesting to share the more reputable sites, and give you links where you can investigate further, if you wish. There are a plethora of sites out there, many of them currying favor by sensationalism, but there are a few who do their best to have a balanced approach.
Contents of the following three sites can be varied, but if you are interested in the UFO phenomena there is plenty to have a look at.
What’s Up with UFOs LINK
This is a relatively new site and one that appears to be refreshingly logical in its approach.
Their mission statement says: Our mission is to present a credible overview of the UFO/ET field that is up-to-date, easy to navigate, and entertaining.
You can also rate their material as plausible or otherwise, graded through five definitions – it looks like a fascinating site for those interested in UFOs or Unknown Aerial Phenomena and for those who wish to learn more.
The site has four main tabs: Flying Objects, Hard Science, Direct Experience and Institutional Dynamics.
MUFON Mutual UFO Network LINK
This is a USA based site that includes links to video, when applicable. Their opening gambit states: MUFON® is an all-volunteer, non-profit 501(c)3 charitable corporation and the world’s oldest and largest civilian UFO investigation & research organization. Our goal is to be the inquisitive minds’ refuge seeking answers to that most ancient question, “Are we alone in the universe?” The answer very simply, is NO.
There is a Research Tab, a “Track UFOs” tab with a live UFO map describing the incidents, and a journal for members, should you wish to join and gain access to regular data. Plus the last 20 reports are listed, some with images and video. Plenty to have a look at on this site.
The National UFO reporting center LINK
This USA website is regularly updated and has an internal link to a daily database. You can click on the day and have a look at a tabulated list of events sent in by the general public including the time , city and location state of the sighting.
Obviously, there is still lots of interest in the UFO phenomena. If you would like to search out the worldwide picture try WIKILIST which has listings going back to antiquity.
Incidentally, did you know that the Director of the United Nations Office for Outer Space Affairs (UNOOSA), headquartered in Vienna, Austria, is the designated person to act as ambassador to extraterrestrials in the case of First Contact. Not the prime focus of the job, I am sure, but it’s good to know!! Check out more on UNOOSA here: UNOOSA LINK