31 March 2019

History repeats itself. Add N. Korea and Iran to this "picture".

One year ago I said that if we were to get even close to solving the UAP riddle we must try some new ideas. In fact, that was the original concept as far back as 1970 when I created the MADAR Project, but even more so in today's world.  But in 1970 it was just me. Today, it is us. MADAR stands for Multiple Anomaly Detection and Automatic Recording. With numerous successes over a period of 50 years with one such detection station, and evidence from over 500 E-M cases (144 involving compass deviations), one thing is certain: UAP can and are-being detected, and an early warning system can work, and scientific data collection by trained civilians will provide important evidence. Truth will prevail over a century of lies and cover-ups by world governments. We have nothing to lose and everything to gain.

The method became clear in April of 2016 when I discovered a new idea on how to duplicate the efforts of the original MADAR and make it possible for anybody to own and operate part of a world-wide system. And after two years of research and development, with the aid of my MADAR Special Advisers, 60 miniature-sized devices have been placed in the United States, with eight in foreign countries. The MADAR-III DataProbes, referred to as "nodes", send data on the local geomagnetic field, the compass heading, barometric pressure; all time-stamped with the date and Universal Time Code. The MADAR server collects and stores the data and displays the nodes on a LIVE Map of the world at
We are doing it. The system is working and the timing is crucial. I said that a year ago as well. We may not get another chance like this. The world we live in has become a very dangerous place.

UAP activity is occurring, and no doubt most of "their" surveillance is being done covertly. However some classic UAP sightings and close encounters have already been noted. L
ast May, right after we became operational, we had a correlation between a bonified UAP and a MADAR node 19 miles apart. In July we had another potential correlation between a MADAR node and a "wee hour" close encounter with a rare domed disc blocking the highway. The system is working, but having an early warning system to get trained personnel and rapid deployment teams outside has been made available with the introduction of the "B" model.
A year ago our software  team was thinking that progress, and some new ideas, was being held back by lack of funding.
They suggested that we improve on the new system with our own sensor board made with much better, and the cost estimate to implement it came to about $2500. By May of 2018 our efforts to raise funds in a timely manner with a GoFundMe project was failing at the same time that we had gone operational with Project MATCH. One generous individual (who had donated more than once) provided a thousand dollars just to subsidize my suggestion of placing devices near missile sites. But if we could have raised $10,000, we would have quickly improved the system and added 50 MADAR-III DataProbes to the world-wide network. That was 20 under our original doable goal for Jan 1, 2019 to have a hundred MADAR-III's operating in key areas.

By the end of the summer I took a gamble. I had borrowed money in the 1990's to build a telescope for the Lunascan Project, and paid for it in one year, with interest. If necessary, I could borrow money with NO interest for one year. I quickly ordered the production of 50 of the new sensor boards with components purchased from reputable U. S. sources. The software specialist who's company did the work wrote the new program. The new "I-boards", which made the "B" model possible, took up more space on the computer/controller so I purchased our own 3D printer to make those cases.

By late fall the MADAR-III-B DataProbe was being built, and it even had a better magnetometer. But more importantly, this "B" model, which also had a ratchet relay switch to activate an alarm or ADT panel (to turn on additional equipment), was going into both old and new MADAR sites. That's all history. With 60 devices already, and only a few I-boards left, it is time to order another 50 boards.

A UAP enthusiast with a scientific mind can buy a device and operate it, but ANYBODY can be a valuable part of the MADAR Project by providing minimal financial support. Go to this site
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Francis Ridge
MADAR Director
(812) 490-0094