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A Historical Look at Mistrust Between Mainstream Science and Ufology
I was at a spectroscopy meeting where one the big NASA rover guys presented some data from Mars. He said in his intro… “When I meet people and the ask me what I do… I tell them that I look for extraterrestrials.” ReplyCancel.
What UFOs Mean for Why People Don't Trust Science
Take the Air Force guy—maybe he was an amateur ufologist, or maybe he was just a person who saw something in the sky he couldn't explain, but he hardly seems to be spouting blind, irrational belief.
Clark J. Baker Jr.
He was also passionate about anything related to science, especially ufology and extraterrestrial life. At one time, Clark owned and operated a Texaco gas station in Potsdam and enjoyed the time he spent with his family and grandchildren.
Swamp Gas UFO conference to revisit 1966 sightings
Fifty years later, “UFOlogists” are taking a look back at the strange sightings, as part of a Saturday conference in Ann Arbor.
Ufology and Open Source: The Next Frontier
The next big leap into Ufology is not up in the skies, but rather in the binary world of computers. I know what you're thinking. SETI is already in place and has been for more than a decade.

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