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Iphone App Makes Reporting Easier

Report a UFO

By PME Research Corporation

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According to a report by the United Nations since 1947 more than 150 million people have been witnesses to UFO sightings throughout the world.

More than 20,000 of those have been documented landings.

A Roper poll conducted in the United States reported that 70% of the U.S. population believe that the government is not telling the public everything it knows about UFOs and extraterrestrials.

A number of private, volunteer organizations around the world maintain databases with these reports.

You can now contribute your sighting information and perhaps bring about disclosure...

"Report a UFO" guides the user through easy to follow multiple-choice menus that gather key information as requested by top experts in the

field of UFO research and case investigation.

The choices and notes made are included in a UFO sighting report that the user can choose to send to the top world-wide UFO reporting organizations in the U.S.A, UK, France, Germany, Japan, as well as a dozen other countries. The user gets a copy of the report.

The sender can request the report to be considered Anonymous or enter contact information in the report's notes section.

The main menu provides the user with a choice of sixteen sections of sighting data. Starting with the basics like time, location, object shape, movement, witnesses, weather conditions, and others.

"Report a UFO" allows the witness to contribute with the latest sighting elements seek by UFO investigators like nearby military installations, nuclear power stations, bodies of water and other sites that seem to have a higher incidence of UFO sightings.

The section "Attemps at Deception" lets the witness report military aircraft activity and flare dropping (that sometimes occurs hours after the event) and seems to be the today's standard government attempt at deception after a mass sighting of UFOs.

"Report a UFO" also contains links to the best UFO NEWS sites and top UFO investigation sites.



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PME Research Corporation Web SiteReport a UFO Support

What's New In Version 1.2

Updated UFO NEWS Sites

Updated UFO organizations e-mails

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Category: Reference
Updated: 04 December 2010
Current Version: 1.2
Size: 0.4 MB
Languages: English, Chinese, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish
Seller: PME Research Corporation
© 2010 PME Research Corporation

Requirements: Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch and iPad. Requires iOS 4.0 or later.

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J Allen Hynek introduced a rating for contact with alien life from beyond our world. The rating is from as low as 1st  (First Close Encounter) to the highest level 7th (Seven Close Encounter)


 A sighting of one or more unidentified flying objects:

  • Flying saucers
  • Odd lights
  • Aerial objects that are not attributable to known human technology


An observation of a UFO, and associated physical effects from the UFO, including:

  • Heat or radiation
  • Damage to terrain
  • Crop Circles
  • Human paralysis (Catalepsy)
  • Frightened animals
  • Interference with engines or TV or radio reception.
  • Lost Time: a gap in one's memory associated with a UFO encounter.[5]


An observation of what Hynek termed "animate beings" observed in association with a UFO sighting.6] Hynek deliberately chose the somewhat vague term "animate beings" to describe beings associated with UFOs without making any unfounded assumptions regarding the beings' origins or nature. Hynek did not necessarily regard these beings as "extraterrestrials" or "aliens." Additionally, Hynek further expressed discomfort with such reports, but felt a scientific obligation to include them, at the very least because they represented a sizable minority of claimed UFO encounters.

Bloecher subtypes


The UFO researcher Ted Bloecher proposed six subtypes for the close encounters of the third kind in the Hynek's scale.


A: An entity is observed only inside the UFO

B: An entity is observed inside and outside the UFO

C: An entity is observed near to a UFO, but not going in or out.

D: An entity is observed. No UFOs are seen by the observer, but UFO activity has been reported in the area at about the same time

E: An entity is observed. But no UFOs are seen and no UFO activity has been reported in the area at that time

F: No entity or UFOs are observed, but the subject experiences some kind of "intelligent communication"


A human is abducted by a UFO or its occupants. This type was not included in Hynek's original close encounters scale.[6]

Jacques Vallee,[7] Hynek's erstwhile associate, argued that a CE4 should be described as "cases when witnesses experienced a transformation of their sense of reality," so as to also include non-abduction cases where absurd, hallucinatory or dreamlike events are associated with UFO encounters.


Named by Steven M. Greer's CSETI group, these purported encounters are joint, bilateral contact events produced through the conscious, voluntary and proactive human-initiated or cooperative communication with extraterrestrial intelligence. This is very similar to some "contactees" of the 1950s who claimed regular communication with benevolent aliens.

The nature of this bilateral, deliberate communication between the intelligent source and the subject is generally claimed to be (but does not have to be) telepathic. The subject generally does not claim to be psychic. Contrary to popular belief, not all subjects in this category identify the source as being of extraterrestrial origin, but simply as otherworldly (or as being not of this world).


On Michael Naisbitt's website, a sixth proposed CE scenario is described as UFO incidents that cause direct injury or death.[8] This category was not included in Hynek's scale, and is furthermore redundant: a CE2 in Hynek's scale specifically included UFO encounters that leave direct physical evidence of any kind.


The Black Vault Encyclopedia Project proposes a Close Encounter of the Seventh Kind as mating between a human being and extraterrestrial that produces a human-alien hybridisation, usually called a Star Child.[9] This concept similar to ideas promoted by ancient astronauts theorists like Erich von Däniken, Zecharia Sitchin and Robert K.G. Temple, in that extraterrestrials interacted with, perhaps interbred with and influenced ancient human beings in the past.[10]

This concept of CE7 is at odds with Hynek's original concepts, however. Hynek's CE3 specifically avoided describing UFO occupants as "aliens" or "extraterrestrials," contending that there was not enough evidence to determine if beings associated with UFOs had an objective physical reality, let alone to confirm their origins or motives.