Announcing the Enigma Knowledge Library
As UAP continues to gain serious attention in the mainstream media, the public is seeking a source of unbiased, comprehensive information. Enigma Labs has written nearly 100 articles covering UAP history, research and key figures.
Just as we are building tools for the public to sort signal from noise across UAP sightings, we are launching a Knowledge Library to help people sort signal from noise in qualitative information. In an effort to make this subject accessible, we have spent hundreds of hours writing wiki-style articles. In keeping with our emphasis on transparency, each article is meticulously researched and sourced. We have covered the prominent people (e.g., Jacques Vallee, J. Allen Hynek, Garry Nolan, etc.), events (e.g., Roswell, Trans-en-Provance, Varginha, etc.) and organizations (e.g., NUFORC, APRO, Condon Committee, etc.) historically associated with this topic.
We will continue expanding this library over time to serve as an evergreen resource and true north for the public. We’ve approached these articles in our typical spirit of rationality, hewing closely to verifiable facts even when public consensus might be less conservative. We recognize that an objective approach requires updating one’s beliefs in light of new information. To that end, we welcome users to submit feedback, edits, corrections or new article suggestions to [email protected]
We hope this library will contribute to our mission of advancing global understanding of UAP. Sincere thanks to all those who contributed their time and energy. Enjoy!