In 1947 an usual event took place. It was said that a farmer found the debris of a UFO in his sheep pasture in Roswell, New Mexico, but other beliefs say that it was a weather balloon launched off by the U.S. Military. This is what commence of the Roswell UFO case. Looking over the starting of the case, and the different testimonies, this all leads up to the modern day thoughts and beliefs people had and still have to this day on aliens and UFO cases.
It was the summer of 1947 when the debris of what said to be, a UFO was found by farmer Mac Brazel, in Roswell New Mexico. While he and his family were riding along one day, Brazel started to notice the unfamiliar objects. When they started to examine the items, they came to conclusion that this…
11 November 2014
Roswell July 8th 1947
On July 8th 1947 an unidentified flying object crashed at a ranch in Roswell, New Mexico. The owner of the ranch has remained officially unnamed, but witnesses Mr. and Mrs. Wilmot. Initially Mr. Wilmot decided not to let anyone know what he saw thinking that a sight like that was seen by someone else. He eventually told the officials at the RAAF (Roswell Army Air Field) of what he had seen. Eventually when word spread of…
All of these other sightings had their logical explanations, so what was Roswell’s. After four decades of silences in 1994 the Airforce finally explained. They said it was called project Mogul. In June 1947 the Airforce released four top secret balloons that were designed to listen for nuclear bombs 10,000 miles away. One of these balloons blew off course and became the Roswell UFO. The materials that were found matched the materials that these top secret balloons were made of. The explanation…
An alien's existence have been proven false numerous times. But people still hold onto hope that aliens exist. Area 51 doesn’t have aliens species or UFOS, it’s a military base where they test out weapons and aircrafts, the Roswell incident was proven wrong. It’s just a waterballoon. Plus, the fact I have found proves that there is something that the government is hiding, but facts point towards it not being aliens.
Area 51 is a military base, and there is rumored to be “UFOS” and aliens there.…
How did the supposed alien landing at Roswell, although seemingly debunked, help create a global followings of alien believers?
History and Debate
Aliens have been in a part of popular culture since the 19th century, H. G. Wells War of the Worlds being a prime example. It wasn’t until the discovery of a metallic disk by a factory foreman in the town of Roswell in 1947 that the ball that is alien conspiracy theories started rolling. Although the idea of an alien space craft…
In 1947 a USAF surveillance balloon crash-landed near a Ranch in Roswell, New Mexico but military covered it up with a false story saying that they found an alien spaceship wreckage. What are they hiding from us?
In 1947 an event known as the Roswell incident, it was an event when a USAF surveillance balloon crash-land near a Ranch in Roswell, New Mexico but military covered it up so that they won’t have to reveal the true nature of what the surveillance balloon is really for. But soon after the…
with debates around Area 51, or movies and TV shows like Stranger Things. However, in the 1947 New Mexico summer, some debris was found in a ranch near Roswell. This occurrence was later named “The Roswell Incident”. The Roswell Incident then sparked a debate whether aliens were real, or fiction. The belief that the Roswell Incident was a UFO is an interesting topic that can be supported by witness accounts, the government’s secrecy, and the debris; even the counter argument can be challenged.…
For over 70 years, scientists and curious investigators have been trying to solve the mystery involved with Roswell, New Mexico. Since the incident, people have been searching for answers, and most likely will not stop until the get definite ones. The Roswell UFO(unidentified flying object) crash motivated many people to search for alternative explanations to the apparent truth. People have come up with many, but the most popular ones include: The Flying Saucer Theory, The Project Mogul Theory,…
We can use BT with the invading UFOs. What’s the chance that an abducting UFO is from Zargon?
(What is the chance that a UFO is from Zargon given that it abducts?)
P(Zargon|Abduct) = P(Abduct|Zargon) x P(Zargon)
/20 = 24/160 = 1
This is the answer we’ve already seen.
iv. -AT LEAST ONEWe
flip three coins. What is the chance that any (at least one) of them lands Heads? We could solve
this problem the way we’ve already done: count the outcomes…
For years, people have stated that they have had encounters with the paranormal, but their story usually goes untold nationally. With the Montana UFO story, it was covered up by the media/government and only came to public awareness years later. This is the case with nearly all related incidents (since they are seen as threats to national security). The text includes an exert on the Malmstrom Air Force Base in which records of UFOs were noted. The Air Force did not believe the UFOs were…