Bio: In 1991, he co-founded a magazine called The Excluded Middle, which was a journal of UFOs, the paranormal, conspiracy, psychedelia and new science. His first book, Wake Up Down There! anthologized many of the articles and features. Greg’s second book was Project Beta, which documented a government campaign of disinfo perpetrated against an unsuspecting researcher. His third book, Weird California, was released in 2006. He also wrote for the famed UFO/paranormal site Ufomystic for five years. It Defies Language! released in 2016,is a collection of essays on UFOs, the government, and fringe issues and personalities. His show Radio Misterioso, (radiomisterioso.com) now in its 17th year, features interviews with fringe-topic researchers and occasionally, weird music. He also flies paragliders and is a licensed private pilot, as well as an aerial drone photographer.
Lecture: The Co-Creation Hypothesis – A Fresh Approach to UFO Research
UFO study concentrates on gathering information from witnesses, but as we know, people’s recall of even mundane experiences can vary widely. The close encounter witness is at first blindsided with something for which he or she has no previous framework. The aftermath of trying to find some sort of context and meaning is readily available in popular culture, the internet, and from researchers. Using some of the newest theories about psychology, perception and memory, Greg will examine how we should take into account and more effectively assess the most important instrument we have for measuring this enigma: our own brains.