NASA has unveiled a comprehensive report on Unidentified Anomalous Phenomena (UAPs), emphasizing a scientific approach to understanding these occurrences. Here are the main points from the report and the subsequent conference:
- The report was crafted by 16 experts from NASA, focusing on the data collection methods concerning UAPs across the US government and private sectors.
- UAPs are defined as unidentified events in the sky that cannot be explained as known aircraft or natural phenomena from a scientific standpoint.
- NASA perceives the study of UAPs as a unique scientific opportunity requiring evidence-based approaches, robust data acquisition methods, and a systematic reporting framework.
- NASA administrator Bill Nelson clarified that the report does not confirm the extraterrestrial origin of UAPs due to incomplete data archiving and curation.
- Nelson assured that any evidence of alien life discovered by NASA will be disclosed to the public.
- NASA plans to employ artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) to aid in the search for extraterrestrial life across the galaxy.
- Findings from the James Webb Space Telescope indicate the existence of at least a trillion Earth-like planets, fostering a belief in the potential replication of Earth elsewhere in the universe.
- The report did not address the congressional testimony regarding the recovery of non-human crafts and attempts to reverse-engineer them, as claimed by whistleblower David Grusch.
- During a congressional hearing in Mexico, two “non-human” corpses were displayed, found in a mine in Peru in 2017, stirring discussions on their origin and nature.
- NASA encourages a shift from conjecture and conspiracy to science and sanity, urging the global scientific community to study the available data rigorously.
Source: The Sun