Aimé Michel

Le premier mystère est: pourquoi y a-t-il quelque chose plutôt que rien?
Et le deuxième, aussi grand que le premier: pourquoi suis-je là en train de penser?

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A note on William of Occam

Flying Saucer Review – Vol. 14, n°2, March-April 1968
When re-reading the literature on the Valensole case, I came across a comment by our friend René Fouéré[1] on a phrase of mine in my first Valensole report, where I said that M. Masse’s account of the disappearance of the machine on the spot… “suggested a manipulation of Space-Time far beyond our most advanced knowledge in matters of Physics at the present time”, and that such sightings… “would perhaps explain the fact that the Minitrack optical networks have never photographed the approach of a UFO in circumterrestrial space. Lire l’article

Le manche après la cognée

Lumières dans la nuit n°146 de juillet 1975
II faut remercier les responsables de LDLN d’avoir osé publier l’article de Pierre North[1]. Il faut aussi remercier Pierre North d’avoir osé l’écrire. Cet article jette un gros pavé dans la mare du conformisme soucoupique. Le conformisme est la maladie permanente de la pensée: même dans les marges les plus indociles de cette pensée, il finit toujours par s’introduire, et si l’on le laisse faire, par s’imposer, tarissant toute réflexion originale. Lire l’article

A visit to Valensole

Flying Saucer Review – Vol. 14, n°1, January-February 1968
The tumult and the shouting had long since died when we contrived to visit the small Provencal town of Valensole. It seemed that the startling event in the lavender field which occurred on the morning of July 1, 1965, had been forgotten, until we reminded ourselves that the official reaction to the Marliens marks had shown otherwise. Lire l’article

La théorie des processus, de Miguel Guasp

Lumières dans la nuit n°133 de mars 1975
Tout chercheur en OVNIs connaissant un peu d’espagnol et de mathématiques se doit de lire au plus tôt le livre de Miguel Guasp et de préparer son esprit à la possibilité de révisions déchirantes. Lire l’article

Global Orthoteny – Aimé Michel’s latest discovery

Flying Saucer Review – Vol. 9, n°3, May 1963
Much controversy was inevitably aroused by the original discovery that UFOs, or some of them at least, have travelled across certain territories in straight lines. Researchers in many countries had reported the existence of these straight lines, a factor in the mystery that ruled out all the objections put forward by the sceptics. Aimé Michel, in the following letter addressed to the Editor of the Flying Saucer Review, points out that his latest discovery puts paid to many of the criticisms levelled against his original theory. Lire l’article