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Ufologists

Ufologists Although ufology being considered a pseudoscience an rejected by academia, the phenomenon has been studied by scientists, governments, journalists and enthusiasts. This list is far from complete be we are sure to kept out opportunists and people with a mental illness.

Mainstream researchers who have shown interest in the UFO phenomenon.

Eric Ouellet

Eric Ouellet

What if UFO experiences are the result of large-scale, unconscious, psychic forces?
Aimé Michel

Aimé Michel

Aimé Michel was a French Ufologist. From Michel’s early life one would not expect him to progress to be a UFO specialist. He was awarded two diplomas in philosophy and psychology and in 1943 passed the entrance exam for studio sound engineering.
Clas Svahn

Clas Svahn

"UFO-Sweden should work objectively and without bias regarding the UFO mystery: not skeptical denial but also not uncritical faithful”.
Coral E. Lorenzen

Coral E. Lorenzen

“Although I have seen many changes in the field of UFO research, I realize there is room, indeed a desperate need, for further change.”
Donald Keyhoe

Donald Keyhoe

“The more I learned about flying saucers, the less I knew”.
George P. Hansen

George P. Hansen

“My central thesis is that psychic phenomena are associated with processes of destructuring.”
J. Allen Hynek

J. Allen Hynek

“I have begun to feel that there is a tendency in  20th-century science to forget that there will be a 21st century science, and indeed, a 30th century science, from which vantage points our knowledge of the universe may appear quite different.”
Jacques Vallée

Jacques Vallée

“All over the world people had begun to observe what they described as controlled devices in the sky. They were shaped like saucers or spheres. They seemed to violate every known principle in our physics”
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