February 23rd, 2007 | researchmaterial
Project Condign, the British Mininstry of Defence’s investigation into the UFO phenomenon, concluded in 2000 that UFOs (or UAPs, as they designated them, for Unidentified Aerial Phenomena) weren’t physical artifacts, but in fact “strange plasmas, which are on the fringes of scientific understanding”:
A set of newly released internal Ministry of Defence documents gives a fascinating insight into the military’s interest in UFOs. They tell the story of the MoD’s decision to investigate the threat they might pose and whether alien military technology could be used in the defence of the realm. They also reveal the conflicting attitudes within Whitehall to the subject and the lengths that officials went to in order to keep the project secret.