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UAP sightings don’t fit current physics Harvard experts say

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UAP sightings don’t fit current physics Harvard experts say

UAP sightings don’t fit current physics Harvard experts say

The Pentagon and Harvard astronomer, who is an advocate of the possibility extraterrestrial probes have come to our solar system, are uniting in order to urge for a more thorough analysis of unidentified aerial phenomena sightings as reported by Forbes

Avi Loeb of Harvard and Dr. Sean Kirkpatrick, director of the Pentagon’s All-domain Anomaly Resolution Office (AARO), unveiled a jointly authored draft paper that is still under peer review. This research aims to use physics to conclusively rule out many Unidentified Aerial Phenomena sightings which appear to exhibit highly advanced maneuverability.

To put it succinctly, Loeb and Kirkpatrick determined that if some of the unidentified aerial phenomena (UAP) are actually traveling at those remarkable speeds, friction should create a visible fireball and an accompanying radio signature. Radar could detect this signal accordingly.

This paper draws the conclusion that inadequate signatures on single site sensors could lead to inaccurate distance measurements and consequently incorrect velocity estimations.

Basically, some UAP sightings can be attributed to optical illusions or the deficiencies of certain technology. In fact, during last year’s Congressional hearings Defense officials showed how nighttime binoculars and camera lenses could make a blurry triangular object out of an unfocused drone.

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“As much as the reports from military personnel are intriguing and motivate my work right now, I want my instruments to tell me what is really happening,” Loeb told NBC News this week.

Loeb established the Galileo Project at Harvard to harness scientific methods to examine the hundreds of UAP sightings that have been gaining traction in public discourse. While believed by many as an debunker, Loeb is actually more in favor than against these encounters.

In his 2021 book, Dr. Smith argues that the interstellar object detected in our solar system was likely an extraterrestrial probe sent by a cosmic intelligence from beyond Earth. With “Extraterrestrial: The First Sign of Intelligent Life Beyond Earth”, he proposes evidence for this extraordinary claim and presents it as a plausible reality.

Not only has he argued that some meteorites originate from beyond our solar system, but the Galileo Project is determinedly working to bring one of those extraterrestrial specimens up from its oceanic resting place in the near future.

According to Loeb, it is possible for both aliens to exist and the majority of peculiar sightings in our night sky not be extraterrestrial.

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