After being mentioned in a recent episode of Hangar 18, a nearly decade old 14 page paper written by Dr Richard Stothers has been getting quite a bit of attention in certain UFO circles. Dr. Stothers worked at NASA’s Goddard Institute and his paper Unidentified Flying Objects In Classical Antiquity is being implied to be a NASA release and has been described as “in-depth study by the Epoch Times (http://www.theepochtimes.com/n3/703237-nasa-reports-on-credible-ufo-sightings-in-ancient-times/). Unfortunately, it is actually neither. Read more
It has become almost cliché to point out that the Internet has changed the way Americans get information, but it is true. The average American has easy access to news, history, shopping and more. Vast virtual archives now exist that allow researchers, students and scholars to access books and other materials that was once difficult to find. This easy access to information makes it easy to forget that only a few years ago if someone developed an interest in something such as UFOs but their town did not have a bookstore or library that carried anything but the most basic books, the interested probably died. Now that tablets and smartphones have made the Internet portable it is easy for people to access even the most trivial information at their whim. What was the name of that girl who replaced Suzanne Somers for a season in Three’s Company? Check the IMDB app. Can you still get Sea Monkeys? Try Amazon. Who sings that song in that commercial right now? You don’t even need to know the title, just hold your phone up to the TV and there’s an app that will recognize the music and give you all the relevant information.
Guest Bill Birnes, PHD, discusses what it was like behind the scenes of The History Channel’s UFO Hunters, some revealing episodes, debunking debunkers and his trips around the globe researching & filming. Besides UFO Hunters, you have seen Bill Birnes on Ancient Aliens as well.
As publisher, he also speaks about a recent incredible article in UFO Magazine. To visit the magazine’s website, click ufomag.com