Interesting and gratifying that the Comments section has 1300, some indication of the level of interest in the subject. Have no real interest in TTSA as it seems a bit dubious as a serious organization dedicated to scientific inquiry, something I, along with many others would greatly welcome. That said, it often seems the subject is lost in a hall of mirrors of "those who know, won't say and those who say, don't know." Speculation runs rampant and yet, the phenomenon/a persists, elusive and mysterious as ever.Hi Nina,
Thanks for putting up this link to Mellon’s OpEd piece. I checked on the Comment section which now has 1300 comments, and the very first one I read answers Mellon’s question for him. I quote the comment:
Go to this organization's website, and you quickly see that along with the UFO division, they have one on telepathy and another one called "Entertainment," promoting their sci-fi properties.
Credibility begins to slide about then.
Maybe the Pentagon doesn’t care because To the Stars has no real credibility, or maybe it’s the very lack of credibility of TTSA that the Pentagon wants to keep them in the business on non-disclosure. Either way, TTSA remains funny and entertaining, though it’s starting to get real boring now.