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One of the most enduring mysteries of UFOlogy is the case of the WP-AFB computer
models. Please bear in mind we received these in 1995, but they apparently date
back to 1966 which would require even more computing hardware. Something to
keep in mind, the computer on your desk today, the very one you use to read this
page, has more computing power then the entire NASA space program. So to
generate these images in 1966 would be an amazing break through. The primitive
graphics used to produce Battlestar Galactica in the late 1970′s cost over $1
million per episode in special effects, and the asterisks you see on the screens
were produced by an actual supercomputer which was located “bridge” set. taken from (http://www.anomalies.net/object/io_1174344173105.html)
Analytical research on the graphics was done by Peregrine Communications.
Below is what is known about the images.
- These images were originally part of a total set 20 total images which were
aired October 1988 on a show called “UFO Cover-up – Live” produced by Seligman
- The images originated from a person named Curtis Brubaker who recieved them from an informant at Wright Paterson, AFB and sold them to Seligman Productions for $100,000.
- On the upper left hand corner of one image you can see “FTD-WP.” We believe
this refers to the “Foreign Technology Division, Wright Patterson Air Force
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