PROJECT CONDIGN - The UK Governments Study/Investigation into UAPs / UFOs
Project Condign (not to be confused with the Condon Committee was a secret UFO study undertaken by the British Government's Defence Intelligence Staff (DIS) between 1997 and 2000.
The results of Project Condign were compiled into a 400-page document titled Unidentified Aerial Phenomena in the UK Air Defence Region that drew on approximately 10,000 sightings and reports that had been gathered by the DI55, a section of the Directorate of Scientific and Technical Intelligence (DSTI) within the Defence Intelligence Staff (DIS).
It was released into the public domain on 15 May 2006 after a September 2005 Freedom of Information Act request by UFO researchers Dr David Clarke, a lecturer at Sheffield Hallam University, and Gary Anthony, a former BUFORA astronomical consultant.
The identity of the report's author/s was not made public but it is believed to be Dr. Ron Haddow
The report concluded that UFOs had an observable presence that was “indisputable”, but also that no evidence has been found to suggest they are "hostile or under any type of control".
According to its author/s, the majority of analyzed UFO sightings can be explained by the misidentification of common objects such as aircraft and balloons, while the remaining unexplainable reports were most likely the result of supernormal meteorological phenomena not fully understood by modern science.
The report described people who believed themselves to have had close encounters as being convinced of what they said that they had seen/experienced, but also as not representing proof that such encounters were real.
It attributed a number of cases to the “close proximity of plasma related fields” which it said could “adversely affect a vehicle or person".
Dr. David Clarke - The U.K. Condign Report - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eIi5nZtQrTI
Also, read this Project Condign document that was compiled by Dr. DAVID CLARKE AND GARY ANTHONY
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