Revised Opinion and Falsifiability Research

What is falsifiability criterion? Why is this concept important to the field psychology? Please provide an example of this importance in your response.

The falsifiability criterion essentially states that in order for a theory to be acknowledged as true it must first have the ability to be disproven (Grant & Harari, 2005). Initially this concept can be extremely difficult to understand. However, all the falsifiability criterion does is provides the ability for any hypothesis to be tested and ultimately proved true or false. This is especially seen when new information is entered into a potential theory.


I have been a person sharing my stories since 2006-2007. I relate to this conversation in a way that allows me to know that we must begin to research people in the secret space program.

BILL RYAN – I created the word jump room – jumproom to mars … it’s called a corridor not a jumproom. Andrew Basiago is referring to a name jumproom which I invented. (Source – the youtube -

Published on Jul 10, 2017
Recorded on 6 July 2017, this is a groundbreaking conversation with Richard Dolan, one of the very most respected and arguably important voices in Ufology.

For many months, Richard has said almost nothing about the widespread, concerning, serious problems of ‘whistleblower’ credibility. Here, at last, he speaks out, in full; and while he is careful and respectful as always, he does NOT mince his words.

To put it simply: Richard makes new, clear, on-record statements, and breaks new ground. Anyone who cares about the current serious problems in the Ufology research community has to hear this out, in full… right to the very end.

The problems, as many reading this will know, have been caused by various degrees of irresponsibility and/or very sloppy vetting (in some cases, no vetting whatsoever), and the over-eagerness of some individuals and organizations to offer celebrity platforms for claimed ‘witnesses’ who, Richard Dolan and Bill Ryan both argue cogently, have almost no credibility whatsoever.

Contrary to the inevitable claims of some, this is not an ‘attack’. This is a DEFENSE of the field, a commitment — and a call to others — to retain respectability and high standards of evidence and research.

This is ALL about standards. And some people and organizations out there may not care an iota about research standards; their agenda seems to be sensationalism, popularity, money, commercialism, and a disturbingly populist, cult-like ‘New Age’ message that belongs NOWHERE in this serious field of research.

Here are a bunch of links that may be important and valuable.

The original, 17 year old ’20-and-back’ story, meticulously detailed and published in two free books, that many (including Michael and Stephanie Relfe) believe was plagiarized by Corey Goode:

* Stephanie Relfe’s e-mail to Bill Ryan, 4 June 2017: Dear Bill, Thank you for your words of support re The Mars Records and enlightening people about Goode. We have posted your interview at Best regards, Stephanie Relfe

The interview Stephanie Relfe refers to is Bill Ryan’s 3-part interview with Daniel Liszt, the ‘Dark Journalist’:
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Kevin Randle’s 4 July 2017 blog post, entitled “Are Some Tales Just too Wild to Believe: Corey Goode and Andrew Basiago”:

Bill Ryan’s 2007 ‘Jumproom to Mars’ conversation with David Wilcock: (Ryan was the first to coin the word JUMPROOM that Basiago always uses. Prior to his invention of the term, IT DID NOT EXIST… a clear marker of conscious or unconscious plagiarism):

‘Jumproom to Mars’ transcript:

Raw, unedited, mp3 files of Corey Goode’s original interview with Christine Anderson, Sept-Oct 2014:

* Note: this is discussed at length by Richard Dolan and Bill Ryan, but in this, his very first interview, Corey Goode never ONCE mentioned the ‘Blue Avians’, the 20-and-back’ program, or even the word ‘Mars’. All that suddenly happened later, as soon as he was granted a high-profile TV platform.

Bill Ryan’s original ‘The Truth About Corey Goode’ piece:

More details published by Bill Ryan in reply to Corey Goode’s rejoinder:

MP3 audio of this video conversation:

Richard Dolan contact:
— http://RichardDolanPress

Bill Ryan contact:

Join the Project Avalon Forum:

Donate to the Project Avalon forum (thank you!! Genuinely needed)

And lastly, here’s a zip file of all the images used in this video (21 Mb):

Thanks to everyone ~~ let’s all work together to restore respectability and high standards to this very important field.
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National Space Council

The White House
Office of the Press Secretary
For Immediate ReleaseJune 30, 2017
Presidential Executive Order on Reviving the National Space Council


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By the authority vested in me as President by the Constitution and the laws of the United States of America, and in order to provide a coordinated process for developing and monitoring the implementation of national space policy and strategy, it is hereby ordered as follows:

Section 1. Purpose. The National Space Council (Council) was established by Title V of Public Law 100-685 and Executive Order 12675 of April 20, 1989 (Establishing the National Space Council). The Council was tasked with advising and assisting the President regarding national space policy and strategy. The Council was never formally disestablished, but it effectively ceased operation in 1993. This order revives the Council and provides additional details regarding its duties and responsibilities.

Sec. 2. Revival and Composition of the National Space Council. (a) The Council is hereby revived and shall resume operations.

(b) The Council shall be composed of the following members:

(i) The Vice President, who shall be Chair of the Council;

(ii) The Secretary of State;

(iii) The Secretary of Defense;

(iv) The Secretary of Commerce;

(v) The Secretary of Transportation;

(vi) The Secretary of Homeland Security;

(vii) The Director of National Intelligence;

(viii) The Director of the Office of Management and Budget;

(ix) The Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs;

(x) The Administrator of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration;

(xi) The Director of the Office of Science and Technology Policy;

(xii) The Assistant to the President for Homeland Security and Counterterrorism;

(xiii) The Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff; and

(xiv) The heads of other executive departments and agencies (agencies) and other senior officials within the Executive Office of the President, as determined by the Chair.

Sec. 3. Functions of the Council. (a) The Council shall advise and assist the President regarding national space policy and strategy, and perform such other duties as the President may, from time to time, prescribe.

(b) In particular, the Council is directed to:

(i) review United States Government space policy, including long-range goals, and develop a strategy for national space activities;

(ii) develop recommendations for the President on space policy and space-related issues;

(iii) monitor and coordinate implementation of the objectives of the President’s national space policy and strategy;

(iv) foster close coordination, cooperation, and technology and information exchange among the civil, national security, and commercial space sectors;

(v) advise on participation in international space activities conducted by the United States Government; and

(vi) facilitate the resolution of differences concerning major space and space-related policy matters.

(c) The Council shall meet at least annually.

(d) The revival and operation of the Council shall not interfere with the existing lines of authority in or responsibilities of any agencies.

(e) The Council shall have a staff, headed by a civilian Executive Secretary appointed by the President.

Sec. 4. Responsibilities of the Chair. (a) The Chair shall serve as the President’s principal advisor on national space policy and strategy.

(b) The Chair shall, in consultation with the members of the Council, establish procedures for the Council and establish the agenda for Council activities.

(c) The Chair shall report to the President quarterly on the Council’s activities and recommendations. The Chair shall advise the Council, as appropriate, regarding the President’s directions with respect to the Council’s activities and national space policy and strategy.
(d) The Chair may recommend to the President candidates for the position of Executive Secretary.

(e) The Chair, or upon the Chair’s direction, the Executive Secretary, may invite the heads of other agencies, other senior officials in the Executive Office of the President, or other Federal employees to participate in Council meetings.

(f) The Chair shall authorize the establishment of committees of the Council, including an executive committee, and of working groups, composed of senior designees of the Council members and of other Federal officials invited to participate in Council meetings, as he deems necessary or appropriate for the efficient conduct of Council functions.

Sec. 5. National Space Policy and Strategy Planning Process. (a) Each agency represented on the Council shall provide such information to the Chair regarding its current and planned space activities as the Chair shall request.

(b) The head of each agency that conducts space related activities shall, to the extent permitted by law, conform such activities to the President’s national space policy and strategy.

(c) On space policy and strategy matters relating primarily to national security, the Council shall coordinate with the National Security Council (NSC) to create policies and procedures for the Council that respect the responsibilities and authorities of the NSC under existing law.

Sec. 6. Users’ Advisory Group. (a) The Council shall convene a Users’ Advisory Group (Group) pursuant to Public Law 101-611, section 121, composed of non-Federal representatives of industries and other persons involved in aeronautical and space activities.

(b) Members of the Group shall serve without any compensation for their work for the Group. Members of the Group, while engaged in the work of the Group, may be allowed travel expenses, including per diem in lieu of subsistence, to the extent permitted by law for persons serving intermittently in Government service (5 U.S.C. 5701-5707), consistent with the availability of funds.

(c) The Group shall report directly to the Council and shall provide advice or work product solely to the Council.

Sec. 7. Administrative Provisions. (a) To aid in the performance of the functions of the Council:

(i) The Office of Administration in the Executive Office of the President shall provide the Council with administrative support on a reimbursable basis; and

(ii) Legal advice to the Council itself with respect to its work and functions shall be provided exclusively by the Office of the Counsel to the President.

(b) To the extent practicable and permitted by law, including the Economy Act, and within existing appropriations, agencies serving on the Council and interagency councils and committees that affect space policy or strategy shall make resources, including, but not limited to, personnel, office support, and printing, available to the Council as reasonably requested by the Chair or, upon the Chair’s direction, the Executive Secretary.

(c) Agencies shall cooperate with the Council and provide such information and advice to the Council as it may reasonably request, to the extent permitted by law.

Sec. 8. Report. Within 1 year of the date of this order, and annually thereafter, the Council shall submit a report to the President setting forth its assessment of, and recommendations for, the space policy and strategy of the United States Government.

Sec. 9. General Provisions. (a) This order supersedes Executive Order 12675 of April 20, 1989 (Establishing the National Space Council). To the extent this order is inconsistent with any provision of any earlier Executive Order or Presidential Memorandum, this order shall control.

(b) If any provision of this order or the application of such provision is held to be invalid, the remainder of this order and other dissimilar applications of such provision shall not be affected.

(c) This order is not intended to, and does not, create any right or benefit, substantive or procedural, enforceable at law or in equity by any party against the United States, its departments, agencies, or entities, its officers, employees, or agents, or any other person.

(d) Nothing in this order shall be construed to impair or otherwise affect:

(i) the authority granted by law to an executive department or agency, or the head thereof; or

(ii) the functions of the Director of the Office of Management and Budget relating to budgetary, administrative, or legislative proposals.

(e) This order shall be implemented consistent with applicable law and subject to the availability of appropriations.


June 30, 2017.

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