How do we change the future of UFO investigation? How do we harness the thousands of young people, who have busy lives, but wish to do something to help solve the UFO enigma? All too often MUFON is not the answer for many young people so what can be done? Try out a new idea.
Someone could start nationwide “UFO Spotters Clubs.” How is a UFO spotters club different from MUFON? Spotters wouldn’t be there to investigate- they would be there to corroborate UFO experiences. The idea is easy, cheap and could be very effective. Spotters Club members could be made up of up to eight individuals who would set up a spotter’s club hotline or web page in their area. They could start very cheaply with some basic equipment like a low light camcorders and cameras.
The smart phones can converted into all types of field testing equipment with the downloaded APPs that are now available. I have a few on my iPhone. There is an application which cost $2.99 called “Star Walk” which will show you the position of the stars and planets anytime day or night. I have another for $9.99 which tells you every satellite which is going over your position where ever you are. The phone comes with a compass and you can download videos of plane lights to compare when you’re viewing an UFO object in real time. This is just the beginning of the future of smart phone applications and help for the mobile UFO investigator.
The idea of these clubs would be simple but elegant; independent documentation of real UFOs in real time. If a spotter club goes on site and documents an object that can be identified, the club identifies it and they move on. We don’t criticize the witness. What spotters document and forward are what they consider unexplained phenomena or craft. Spotters clubs probably will be wrong at times, but I am very confident that a club like this could have many UFO real time successes.
Local clubs should set their own parameters as to when and where they will go on these UFO spotting expeditions. UFO clubbing can not only be a service but it could turn out to be damn fun with barbecues and viewings. The bottom line though would be to put their stuff out there. The clubs should be formed on the very foundation of integrity. This is not for ego; it is for a very important cause. Their mission statement might be “UFOs are real; we don’t apologize for that statement. In fact, our club seeks to educate and help prove these facts; UFOs are still around, they are real, some are intelligent, and they still are, unexplained.”
These clubs could also benefit MUFON by introducing cases that could be quite real. UFO bloggers could help by posting info on local spotters clubs in their areas. This is just an idea thrown out there to the ether of the web. My health is not the best and of course my age is not the youngest but I can see a worth to this idea. Now I know I’m just a “armchair quarterback” here but it is better than leaving the game altogether. Therefore I have purchased the three domain names ufospottersclub.org , com, and info for posterity or to give to someone who would like to start this adventure. I am not saying this will be easy. Your first club will be your own but I don’t see a real down side to doing this if you are really interested in starting something that could bring the young into the UFO adventure.
I believe we can prove UFOs are craft and they are not from here. No one knows for sure when, or to whom, the ETs aboard the ships will finally land to contact humans. It certainly could be with the President of the United States, or with a group of UFO club spotters waiting and watching on a lonely hill.
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