Meeting: Georgia MUFON, MeetupBy MUFON Admin
WHEN: Sat. October 21, 2017 – 2:00 – 4:45 PM (Check-in starting at 1:30)
WHERE: Reid H. Cofer (Tucker) Public Library, 5234 LaVista Road, Tucker GA 30084
Our group will meet again on Sat. afternoon Oct. 21, in Tucker. Everyone is welcome to attend. Our Agenda will include an update on interesting UFO report investigations from Georgia MUFON Field Investigators and the State Director, after which we will move into discussion of our main topic. Afterwards, we espect the conversation will move into related but more open-ended questions and discussions, as it usually does, which may include Attendees’ own sightings or experiences. Anyone wishing to share a viewpoint or experience with the group is encouraged to do so. Our intent is to maintain an open-minded and respectful creative space for exploration of all things UFO-related.
Our main topic will be one not often discussed these days: PHOTOGRAPHY AND VIDEO OF UFOs. Since we seem to have a “real” phenomenon on our hands, and most of us with cell phones IN hand, why is it that photos and videos don’t provide better evidence for UFOs? There are, to be sure, many photos and some videos out there that appear to be “legitimate” and show unknown objects. Yet many more, by far the majority, do not. Why is this the case? Georgia MUFON is fortunate to have an FI skilled at photo- and video-analysis, and we’ve asked him to speak to the group about how such evidence is studied, what kinds of information it can and cannot provide, and the strengths and weaknesses MUFON finds in such evidence. One outcome or benefit of this discussion may well be, that You, our Attendees, are more prepared than most folks to accurately document something incredible. If you’re interested in UFOs, this should interest you!
So join us on the 21st if you’d like to contribute some ideas and hear those of others, as well some guidelines from the experienced investigators of Georgia MUFON. It always seems to make for an enjoyable afternoon! See you on the 21st.