SOURCE: Boston Review
by Greg Eghigian
The history of the UFO phenomenon is a lens on to the process by which scientists police the bounds of respectable inquiry.
by David Marks
The minimal and inconclusive US Government report on Unidentified Aerial Phenomena has not enlightened us about the nature of UFOs.
SOURCE: The Bulwark
by Daniel N. Gullotta
A recent resurgence of interest in UFOs in respectable public discourse recalls the 1990s, when the X Files reflected a similar moment of distrust in authority and conspiratorial thinking.
If you want to read nearly 3,000 pages of CIA documents related to reports of UFOs, now you can.
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