Thursday, August 16, 2012

Scientific Data on Hessdalen Lights Presented to European Geosciences Union

The European Geosciences Union (EGU) 2012 General Assembly included data presented on what has come to be known as the Hessdalen Lights. The research may not provide UFO buffs with the chronically sought - yet ever elusive - confirmation of alien-piloted craft, but scientists indeed presented empirical evidence for the existence in Norway of aerial phenomena of unknown origins. There is no reason whatsoever to suppose the phenomena is under intelligent control or associated with non-human space travelers, but scientific research nonetheless indicated the Hessdalen Lights are a very real - although yet to be fully understood – phenomenon consisting of interesting possibilities.


  1. It's a bit sad to see how quickly the vocal UFO "truthseekers" lose interest in cases that do recieve proper scientific scrutiny. In light of these things the movement really does seem to assume the colours of your typical God of the Gaps-crowd, trying to slap a preconceived idea into an ever-shrinking knowledge gap. It's especially noticeable in this particular case, where we may very well be on the verge of new fascinating discoveries about the wonders of nature. The suggested hypotheses do by no means constitute anything even remotely "mundane", so these studies should appeal to anybody interested in the "anomalous". I am very intrigued by this.

    1. Thanks for your comments, JHA. I agree that such research has tremendous potential and should indeed appeal to anyone interested in yet to be explained phenomena.