I hope to present in a professional manner credible UFO-related material to the general public. I feel this is essential if this field of research is to survive.
The damage done to the credibility of this field has been, in large part, due to questionable characters within the community of UFO research itself.
Many self-promoting "researchers" have sacrificed credibility for the betterment of their own self-inflated egos. Coupled with this, is their desire to make this their sole means of financial support. In so doing, these individuals are committed to continually coming up with new material (regardless of its credibility) in order to survive. They must continue to have their radio listeners/subscribers and readers.
I have always stated that rule number one in UFOlogy is "Never quit your day job!" Let me be clear, I have a successful full-time career and I do not need UFOs for financial survival. I do this because I truly feel there appears to be a phenomenon or phenomena that deserves greater objective scrutiny.
I do not claim to have any definitive answers to this mystery. Rather, I am simply gathering data to try to gain some semblance of insight into what we are collectively dealing with regarding the UFO subject.