Rafael is my soon-to-graduate PhD student. I felt an extreme amount of pride, while also realizing what an enormous amount of work this doctoral dissertation has entailed.
Murdo MacLeod for the Guardian It wasthe 50th anniversary of the suspected flying saucer crash at Roswell in New Mexico, and the heyday of the paranormal mystery series The X-Files. The English-speaking world was gripped by UFO-mania.
Analysts at the DI55 office, the department lumbered with the UFO brief, were being peppered with requests from ufologists — and even parliamentary questions — for information on flying saucers, taking up time they felt would be better spent on terrestrial defence matters.
Previously unseen documents reveal that, far from being an objective study into the possibility of extraterrestrial visitors, the report was intended from the start to absolve the Ministry of Defence of responsibility for investigating sightings.
A separate memo says: The identities of all the officers involved in the conversation, which lasted several years, are redacted. Many other excerpts are blacked out, with exemptions cited including risks to national security and international relations.
Officials complain about the cost in time and money of investigating sightings and responding to questions.
It emerges that the analyst commissioned to write the report had a personal interest in the subject. Pointing out that the same UFO questionnaire had been in use since the s, he notes: But what DIS did next could only fuel the imagination of conspiracy theorists.
It destroyed the files on which the report was based, and even the database in which they had collated for analysis. David Clarke, a research fellow and lecturer in journalism at Sheffield Hallam University and a specialist in modern folklore, obtained the files from the MoD after a freedom of information battle.
It closed its UFO desk in after it was decided it served no defence purpose and that it took staff away from more valuable defence-related activities.It was , the 50th anniversary of the suspected flying saucer crash at Roswell in New Mexico, and the heyday of the paranormal mystery series The X-Files.
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A thesis or dissertation is a document submitted in support of candidature for an academic degree or professional qualification presenting the author's research and findings. In some contexts, the word "thesis" or a cognate is used for part of a bachelor's or master's course, while "dissertation" is normally applied to a doctorate, while in other contexts, the reverse is true.
Jul 15, · About Raul Pacheco-Vega, PhD I am an Assistant Professor in the Public Administration Division of the Centre for Economic Research and Teaching, CIDE (Centro de Investigacion y Docencia Economicas, CIDE, AC) based out of CIDE Region Centro in Aguascalientes, Mexico.
Options for the future delivery of the UK’s Airborne Warning and Control capability are being explored, including upgrades to the current E-3 Sentry fleet, however some industry commentators are arguing for a new aircraft type altogether.
Madeleine Moon, Chair of the Defence Sub-Committee, asked. Eusebius the Liar? Some very odd statements are in circulation about Eusebius Pampilus the Historian.
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