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SETI Music to ETIs? & More

Walt Williams ( (no email) )
Sat, 19 Dec 1998 13:24:08 -0800

Hello Adam,

On Sat, 19 Dec 1998, Bruce Cornet wrote:

> repetitive or developmental sequences. I shared with Scot some
> sound files recorded in the field when an AOP flew over me in August
> 1996 and January 1997. All these sound files are similar, and at
> first 'hearing' sound like

>Adam
Did I miss something? What's an AOP?

>Walt
Bruce makes reference to:

12 - Anomalistic Observational Phenomena (AOP)

Sagan C. and Page, T. UFOs - A Scientific Debate,
Cornell University Press, Ithaca, New York. p. 190, 1972.

Chapter 8 entitled: Motion Pictures of UFOs by R. M. L. Baker Jr.
Chapter Introductory Statement - "The data that I have reviewed
and analyzed since 1954 lead me to believe that there is
substantial evidence to support the claim that an unexplained
phenomenon-or phenomena-is present in the environment of earth,
but that it may not be "flying", may not always be
"unidentified", and may not even take the form of substantive
"objects". I would, therefore, prefer the label "Anomalistic
Observational Phenomena" rather than "UFO". In this report I will
concentrate on the anomalistic observational phenomena as
depicted in motion pictures, and will not attempt to support any
particular hypothesis as to the source of the phenomenon."

Best Regards,

Walt Williams, 98.12.19
dfheli@pacificnet.net
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Date: Sat, 19 Dec 1998 14:28:15 -0500 (EST)
From: "Adam Hollidge (NC)" <ahollidg@virtu.sar.usf.edu>
To: Bruce Cornet <bcornet@monmouth.com>
Cc: SETI-L Open List <seti@sni.net>
Subject: Re: SETI Music to ETIs? & More

On Sat, 19 Dec 1998, Bruce Cornet wrote:

> repetitive or developmental sequences. I shared with Scot some
> sound files recorded in the field when an AOP flew over me in August
> 1996 and January 1997. All these sound files are similar, and at
> first 'hearing' sound like

Did I miss something? What's an AOP?

Adam Hollidge