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I propose three types of correlations.
1) No Correlation - UT or "Uncorrelated Target".
2) Direct Correlation - MADAR has initial uncorrelated
target, local witness reports an object he believes to
be unusual enough to file a report.
3) Indirect Potential Correlations - MADAR logs an
anomaly that corresponds with a visual target(s) a) over
a larger distance or b) over a wider anomalistic time
Our most recent event occurred just a few days ago. On
May 11th our MADAR Node 100 at Mountlake Terrace,
Washington, recorded an anomaly at 4:59:27 UTC. Upon
checking the data from the MUFON Case Management site it
was discovered that an object that looked like a
satellite was travelling south to north, but with a left
to right to left flight pattern commonly referred to as
anomalistic motion, passing over Marysville, Washington.
Node 100 is just 18 miles SSW of Marysville and 9:58 PM
local time is a close match with the more accurate UTC
of 4:59:27 (9:59:27).
The first two examples of correlations listed above are
fairly easy to jury out. It is the third example that
needs clarification and justification. Let's look at 3a.
UFOS/UAOs have been reported singly, in pairs (SECRET
Mariana, Montana film), and in groups (SECRET Newhouse,
Utah film). UFOs could be performing a more major
operation and over a larger area (similar to our actions
in the Gulf Wars) such as what occurred during the Wave
of 1973 or even the E-M wave of 1957, November,
Levelland, Texas. MADAR could detect a lone UFO, one UFO
acting within a multiple-UFO operation. The spacing of
the sources could be measured in feet or miles. A MADAR
detection might appear on a printout showing an anomaly
at Mt. Vernon, Indiana (thus an "uncorrelated target"),
and the same NUFORC printout could show visual targets
85 miles to the west or visual targets 60 miles to the
NW. Does that sound a little far out? (No pun intended).
If you think so, take a look at the following special
1977 printout created from three state databases
maintained and updated by the National UFO Reporting
Center in Seattle, Washington:
with blue and orange perimeter lights. Windows
all around the perimeter.
reported to police in IL, (60 mi NW of Mt.
Venon, IN) ((NUFORC Note: Report by Francis
Ridge, experienced UFO investigator. PD))
had been reporting UFOs to police at Mayfield,
Kentucky, 85 miles to the SW!((NUFORC Note:
Report by Mr. Francis Ridge. PD))
time and possible abduction while camping in
Daniel Boone National Forest
very bright lights moving faster that aircraft
from west to east.
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colorful spheres passed close to me and my dog
at night on the Lake Michigan shore.
fire balls in August evening sky
bright light; the light seemed maganetically
attached to our plane; followed us on the
8/15/77 23:16 SETI 130 mi east of MADAR site picked up
The printout even shows
incidents we were not even aware of until now, over 40
years later! Hebron, Kentucky, July 25th. And two
potential abductions, July 17th and August 10th.