Here’s something interestng. According to the Associated Press, France’s space agency is “putting years of UFO research and tens of thousands of documents on the Web.” According to the story, there has been a small group of researchers spending the last several years trying to explain reports of unidentified flying objects. They’ve been able to fully explain some, about 9 percent of the cases, and are pretty sure of their explanation for another 33 percent. However, that leaves more than half of the case unsolved and unexplained.
The first batch of documents went up on www.cnes.fr last Thursday. The result was so much traffic that the space agency, known by its French initials CNES, said the site was often difficult to access.
Eventually, about 100,000 of the documents the Group for Study and Information on Unidentified Aerospace Phenomena used will end up on the site.
To go directly to the English version of the UAP research, visit www.cnes.fr/web/5038-geipan.php.