|February 1, 2014
Mark Rodeghier, CUFOS:
"There has been a significant reduction in cases involving potential physical evidence (Close Encounters of the Second Kind) and cases where a creature or humanoid is seen in conjunction with a UFO (Close Encounters of the Third Kind). This type of close encounter has almost vanished even though there were hundreds of such reports in the early years. Another significant change has been in the number of daylight sightings, which have decreased from about one-third years ago to just a few percent today. And finally, UFOs are much more commonly reported to be triangular or boomerang-shaped now, rather than the common disc that is the image of a UFO in the popular mind." (IUR_V30 No4, 2006)"Most of the world's cellphone camera operators are concentrated in about 4% of the earth's surface area (keeping in mind that most of the area of the planet is essentially uninhabited ocean). The main areas of cellphone camera operators are concentrated in China, India, Europe and the US."
The primary purpose of the MADAR Project is the placement of suitable devices in order to provide an Early Warning System for the presence of electromagnetic anomalies and increase the opportunities for visual target acquisition. E-M effects are well-known and documented in over 500 cases associated with UFO sightings (CUFOS) and 185 E-M cases documented involving UFOs near aircraft (Dr. Richard Haines). Over 250 incidents are listed on the NICAP site. Eric Herr has tabulated 144 compass needle events. Allowing trained observers to observe Unidentified Aerial Phenomena and record other scientific data by automatic & manually operated devices, especially cameras, is the primary goal of the MADAR Project.
MADAR: WHAT DOES THE ACRONYM STAND FOR?
Multiple Anomaly Detection & Automated Recording.
The detection device is a small and very sensitive magnet variometer, electronically monitored, round-the-clock, by a stable, commercially-built photo-electric relay system & vertical light beam projection. The sensor movement pulse is used to perform two functions:
MODE CONTROL PANEL
The heart of the MADAR event recorder system is the Mode Control Panel. The following duties are performed by this panel:
a) Using a CVAT Quad security system and several camera inputs, the time of an event is recorded on-screen. The exact time-fix is obtained by demand with an audio feed with a DX-160 short wave from Fort Collins, Colorado (WWV) This replaces the out-dated Time of Actuation Indicator which was a "flashcard" digital clock automatically terminated at event time,This web site page and procedure may be modified at any time.
The MADAR Project