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Tuesday, May 23, 2017

Introductory Space Science, Vol. II - Chapter 33

For decades, many have suspected US involvement in clandestine space programs.  In the early 2000s, a Scottish IT specialist by the name of Gary McKinnon hacked US security, claiming to have discovered definitive proof of just such a thing.  Lending some apparent credence to McKinnon's claims is the existence of Chapter 33 from the Introductory Space Science, VOL II book used to instruct US Air Force officers from 1968 to at least 1970.

In 1970, Chapter 33 of Introductory Space Science, Vol. II was edited to include information from "The Condon Report," or Project Blue Book.  Part of the text reads, "Approximately 6% of the UFO reports collected by Project Blue Book are officially listed as 'unexplained.'"  Project Blue Book was a USAF investigation into UFO sightings from 1947 to 1969 which operated under at least different three names, including "Sign," and "Grudge."

The last sentence of Chapter 33 of Introductory Space Science, Vol. II reads, "The best thing to do is to keep an open and skeptical mind, and not take an extreme position on any side of the question."

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