Flying Saucers Not Your Cup of Tea?

Unfortunate. The New York Times reports that the British government, pressured by the esprit of the Freedom of Information Act, has declassified files related to UFO sightings documented by the government between 1978 and 2002. The records can be found on-line at this address.

The findings? Completely inconclusive. Surprise, surprise.

Via Arts & Letters Daily.

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7 Responses to “Flying Saucers Not Your Cup of Tea?”

  1. jamesviscosi Says:

    Jeez, I drew better flying saucers than that when I was in high school … :-( It’s almost as big a letdown as the old “Project Blue Book” television series.

  2. The Necromancer Says:

    Don’t know the TV series, but I get your point. One should consider that some of these drawings are probably made under the influence of heavy duty psychoactive drugs and other associated mind-alterants…

  3. Stiletto Says:

    It’s hard to believe there’s life “out there” when you run into a lot of people who are dead inside.

  4. The Necromancer Says:

    Too true.

  5. Stiletto Says:

    Perhaps I misspoke. Not dead inside, but passionless.

    Although it could be construed as the same thing.

  6. The Necromancer Says:

    Stil: I know what you mean. But, happily, I don’t have that problem currently, and can’t really empathise, and oh what a joy that is! :)

  7. Stiletto Says:

    I feel joyfulness, for your joy!

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