By Joe Murgia – @ufojoe11 on Twitter
Since it’s Thanksgiving and I have corn fritters to make, I’m going to keep this short and sweet…
As I said on Coast to Coast AM with George Knapp (never thought I’d write that!), I consider Dr. Eric Davis a friend and whenever I have a question about various subjects related to UFOs, I ask him. We communicate a lot of Facebook messenger and I hope to interview him in person one day soon. The guy knows so much. If folks think that me considering Davis a friend means I’m biased in favor of him, I’m okay with that. I don’t agree with him on everything but it’s hard to argue with him with he rattles off evidence for x, y and z. I told him he’s a walking encyclopedia of information related to UFOs. He laughed and told me that his boss, Hal Puthoff, has said the same thing to him.
A few weeks ago, he told me he was leaving Earth Tech and taking on a new job in a new state. But I didn’t plan on sharing that information, and the details surrounding it, until he arrived in his new city and he gave me approval to share. Moving is stressful so I figured I’d wait until he was settled in. But then Danny Silva of The Silva Report, who was on Coast To Coast with me, alerted me to a Grant Cameron post on Facebook today:
The Davis information wasn’t new to me. But was Puthoff leaving To The Stars Academy of Arts and Science? I reached out to Davis and Puthoff for comments. Davis is busy with Thanksgiving duties and will get back to me. But Puthoff was nice enough to take the time to write me back via email. Glad to see I’m not the only person who thinks so highly of Eric. He really is one of my favorite people in the world of UFOs. As far as where he’s going? Puthoff spilled the beans and gave me this comment:
The statement about me not being ‘Chief Scientist’ at TTSA was simply a statement that that has never been my title, but rather I’m on the Board of Directors as ‘Vice President of Science & Technology’ for TTSA – still am.
Eric is also one of my favorite people in the universe as well, & working with him on AAWSAP & AATIP a wonderful collaboration. Eric is still a Senior Science Advisor for me, even as he transitions to his new position at Aerospace Corporation.
And if you look at the TTSA website and The Team, you’ll see Puthoff is still very much a part of the picture.
What will Davis be doing at his new job? Hopefully, he’ll share that with us when he’s ready. It’s not a state secret. In the meantime, one of my other favorites in the world of the Caudate Putamen, Garry Nolan, chimed in…
Happy Thanksgiving to all of my American readers!