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When I first heard about the I-search paper I knew exactly what I wanted to do mine on One time when I was younger and coming home from the fair I saw a big and bright flashing light in the sky Ever since then I have been wondering are UFOs real Have people really seen Aliens What do other people think about Aliens The first thing I did for my search after I got my topic was recall information that I already knew I already knew that UFO stood for unidentified flying object and that there are many people who people who believe in UFOs and that there are many people who do not As you can see coming into this paper I really didnt know very much about UFOs My search started in the high school library when the class all went down to research We were supposed to find five sources on our topic I went to the computer to see if there were any books not checked out yet about UFOs because I remembered that I saw some books about UFOs one time when I was younger I was in luck there were about three books about UFOs still in the library So I quickly checked them out before someone else could After that I looked if there were any magazines about UFOs I must have looked for about thirty minutes and class was about to end when I finally came acrossed a magazine called Scientific America This magazine had two articles titled Where are they and Where They Could Hide Judging by the titles of the articles I figured this must be a good source From this magazine I learned that the first actual search was called Project Ozma In Project Ozma Frank D Drake and his partners at the National Radio Astronomy Observatory in Green Bank West Virginia listened for signals from two nearby stars Crawford 39 Even though
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