NASA’s “UAP” phenomenon study group says unexplained UFO spheres are flying “all over the world.”
NASA held their first public meeting on their UFO research, revealing some surprising details about the evidence they have collected. Among the hundreds of reports they received, many relate to unexplained metal orbs flying at high altitudes around the world.
The group of experts was assembled last year to study UFOs — unidentified abnormal phenomena (UAPs), as they are now officially called — using scientific standards. The final report is expected to be published this summer.
Where have these scientific standards been for decades, when this same science and experts have been lambasting UFOs and calling everyone who says UFOs are real crazy people in tinfoil hats? This was done by these same “experts” who have now changed the name of the phenomenon from Unidentified Flying Objects to Unidentified Aerial Phenomena and voila, it’s over, as there were no decades of lies.
Experts reported that over the past 27 years, about 800 confirmed UFO sightings have been collected. All of these sightings were made in Earth’s airspace, not in space or at sea. Many of them can be explained as commercial aircraft, civilian and military drones, or meteorological and research balloons.
However, 2 to 5 percent of these events, experts say, “show signs that may be anomalous” and cannot be explained. About half of these reports refer to unusual orbs or round spheres that appear to be metallic and that have been seen by aircraft at high altitudes.
“This is a typical example of what we see most often. We see them all over the world, and they make very interesting maneuvers,” said Sean Kirkpatrick, director of the U.S. Department of Defense (AARO) All Unit Anomaly Resolution Office.
Hot spots for UFO sightings are on the east and west coasts of the U.S., over the Middle East and in the Pacific Ocean. However, Kirkpatrick explained that this is probably due to sampling bias because these are parts of the world that are controlled by the U.S. Army.
One of the main conclusions of the session was that the scientific study of UFOs requires more high-quality data to properly investigate unusual sightings.
The NASA UFO team also emphasized that the NASA UFO research team has encountered harassment by online trolls, which they believe hinders their efforts to understand the phenomenon.
It’s really funny. The way these scientists treated ufologists has now boomeranged back to them. Let them feel what it’s like to be the target of ridicule.
“It’s really discouraging to hear about the harassment our experts face online just because they’re studying this subject,” commented Niki Fox, deputy administrator of NASA’s Science Mission Directorate.
“Harassment only leads to further stigmatization of the UFO field, greatly impeding scientific progress and discouraging others from studying this important topic. Harassment also interferes with the public’s right to know,” she added.
Wake up…. Where were you before? You NASA scientists, who at every conference, speech, media article, categorically denied the presence of UFOs in the Earth’s atmosphere, where were you? You lied to everyone that UFOs do not exist. Now you’ve changed your shoes and are saying “ah, where did this stigmatization of the UFO phenomenon come from?!” – YOU CREATED IT YOURSELF.