Norio Hayakawa, former director of the Civilian Intelligence Network, is a long-time UFO researcher who has, for many years, investigated Area 51 in Nevada as well as some widespread claims about the existence of Dulce underground base in New Mexico.
He has spoken in many conferences nationwide, especially in the early 1990s. His conclusions may surprise you.
Hayakawa's present focus is on the study of how a segment of the population's "beliefs in UFOs" have been manipulated (and, in some cases, even "created") by the U.S. intelligence community as well as by the military in counter intelligence operations, even while the government itself continues to be perplexed about this enigmatic phenomenon which it cannot explain and admit to the public.
Hayakawa was a special guest and share his thoughts on the Coast to Coast radio talk show on March 16, 2010.
Hayakawa states that the perception of UFOs as physical alien spacecraft piloted or maneuvered by physical alien entities continues to dominate Ufology, solely for the purpose of convenience.
He will present his views on the multiple reasons for this.
He states that UFO reports may not necessarily be caused by visits from space travelers. Alternate realities (frequencies) co-exist with us, making it extremely difficult to define "reality" through our limited empirical understanding and our inability to detect them via the five senses.
Norio Hayakawa's website