Alabama MUFON 

Mission Statement

The Scientific Study of UFOs for the Benefit of Humanity 
and 
Education of the Public on the Legitimacy and Reality of the UFO phenomena


 

 Our goals

  1. Investigate UFO sightings and collect the data in the MUFON Database for use by researchers worldwide.
    • Field Investigators research reports of UFO sightings and evaluate against known man-made objects and natural phenomena
    • Field assistants work with Field Investigators providing a level of safety and assisting the FI in the field as they work with the witnesses getting details of the sighting
    • Research assistants review historical records including library records and other resources in search of corroborating data related to the witnesses report
  2. Promote research on UFOs to discover the true nature of the phenomenon, with an eye towards scientific breakthroughs, and improving life on our planet.
    • Review data within the Case Management System (CMS) for cases having a disposition of unknown to collate and analyze potential data points
    • Extrapolate the data to identify potential technologies, means or methods previously hidden to us that can be used to improve life on planet Earth
  3. Educate the public on the UFO phenomenon and its potential impact on society.
    • Share with the public highlights and findings of completed cases of interest as evidence the phenomena is still ongoing today
    • Inform any findings or potential discoveries revealed through analysis of existing data
    • Encourage constructive and cordial discussion between individuals that fall anywhere within the two extremes of the spectrum, those who know and believe UFOs are real and those know and believe UFOs are a thing of fiction
 

Message from the Alabama State Director

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Humans have always been a curious species as social creatures. We congregate together for common goals of survival, entertainment, exploration and education. Exploration and education have been the cornerstone of our development and is responsible for everything in our lives today. Through trial and error exploring and learning about ourselves and our environment we developed a process we now call the scientific method. This discipline has become the single most important resource in our studying and molding of our environment today.
One of the single most persistent and controversial questions throughout our history has been "Are We Alone?". Our documented history is littered with references and images of anomalous discs and objects in our skies and beings interacting with us. Still today we continue to see these strange crafts and devices that appear to defy the laws of physics as we know them. Yet seeing and discussing these anomalies today will garner a different reactions depending on your location and the local culture.

The witnesses who on the off chance are able to behold these crafts are left in a state of awe and wonderment. Attempting to discuss what they have been privy to witnesses are faced with a variety of possible reactions. In parts of Europe and Russia reports of these sightings are accepted and acknowledged by both the government and media alike. In the West or more specifically the United States, witnesses who attempt to publicly announce their sighting or experience have in the past been faced with a stigma of ridicule imposed by the media and have even been denounced by government agencies.

We gather together united in exploration and education of the phenomena that has come to be called UFOs. Using the scientific method we are working to understand these flying devices in our atmosphere in effort to possibly learn and replicate the technologies for our own benefit. Through public education we are working to eliminate the stigma associated with reporting having seen a UFO and to bring the phenomena to the forefront of society becoming part of everyday conversation. With efforts to learn more about the phenomena combined with public acceptance to the reality of UFOs we hope to bring benefit to humanity as a whole.
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