Tim Printy has published his latest edition of SUNlite which can be accessed here.
As we have all come to expect, Tim has provided his readers with another fine edition. Again, Tim covers the latest in the world of UFOs and provides sorely needed context and rationale...poorly lacking in other venues in my opinion.
With no intentions of taking away from the rest of his articles in the current edition, Tim's article on Venus is a must read regardless if one is an opponent/proponent of UFOs.
Venus: The Debunker's Myth?
This topic comes at an appropriate time as I continue looking at the Minot 1968 incident. As most should know, Blue Book assigned a possible stellar component to their conclusions. I had mentioned before that this past October I had attempted to observe the night sky for BB's proposed stellar culprits. I came away with mixed results based on my geographical location and the local landscape. I'll elaborate in a future post.
With the above said, yes, I'm aware that Venus was not listed in BB's final conclusion, but Tim Printy's article does underscore that many observers do misidentify planets and stars as potential UFOs. To totally discount these forms of visual perceptions as a possibility of any night time observation seriously renders any investigation as flawed on its very foundation.
BTW, for the Roswell addicts, Tim has a good read in his "Roswell Corner" discussing Tony Bragalia's alien slides fiasco.