Veteran researcher attacks Harvard team's report on UFO data
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James Fox Interview
James Fox gives us a tiny peak with what's going on behind the scenes in Washington D.C.
- More than 3 whistleblowers have testified to AARO
- These individuals have not gone public
- UFO crash retrieval programs exist
- Some whistleblowers are still employed in these programs
- These whistleblowers can walk you inside the labs
Since so many people were locked down inside their homes during the pandemic you would assume that UFO sightings would decrease during that time period.
A lot of people wouldn't even leave their house to go to the grocery store, and were working remotely from home. Likewise, their kids were at home doing remote classes from home.
In addition, no outdoor sporting events that normally occur at night like Friday night HS football games, Saturday and Sunday night college and NFL football games.
From your description it would appear that Harvard analysis only looked at possible widespread and immediate physiological effects in relation to UFO reports; whereas we know that a very high %age of UFO reports are not ET and the subset that involve adverse health effects aren't always immediately apparent.
But it's still helpful to eliminate the possibility of a natural, yet previously unrecognised danger to everyone's health.
You can always tell a Harvard man but you can't tell him much.....
Here it is:
R Chase Cockrell, Linda Murphy, Mark Rodeghier 641-656
Social Factors and UFO Reports: Was the SARS-CoV-2 Pandemic Associated with an Increase in UFO Reporting? https://doi.org/10.31275/20222681