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NASA launches its own investigation into UFOs


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You can bet one thing: If--or when this study results in anything that isn't extraterrestrial, no matter how reasonable the explanations are, people will shun their noses at it and cry "coverup". People don't want to listen to the facts. They only want to listen to the fantastic.

 

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You can bet one thing: If--or when this study results in anything that isn't extraterrestrial, no matter how reasonable the explanations are, people will shun their noses at it and cry
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You can bet one thing: If--or when this study results in anything that isn't extraterrestrial, no matter how reasonable the explanations are, people will shun their noses at it and cry
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30 minutes ago, Splendor Solis said:

You can bet one thing: If--or when this study results in anything that isn't extraterrestrial, no matter how reasonable the explanations are, people will shun their noses at it and cry "coverup". People don't want to listen to the facts. They only want to listen to the fantastic.

 

Hello and welcome to the forum. I certainly agree with you most of the situations that occur are misidentification  anyway, in reality they planes and nothing else. 

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I think NASA have been researching UAPs for a long time already. 

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10 hours ago, Splendor Solis said:

You can bet one thing: If--or when this study results in anything that isn't extraterrestrial, no matter how reasonable the explanations are, people will shun their noses at it and cry "coverup". People don't want to listen to the facts. They only want to listen to the fantastic.

 

Reading between the lines it’s unlikely that this investigation will provide any conclusive answers either way. This investigation is expected to last 9 months and the initial focus appears to be to scour all existing data sources with the hope of establishing new ways of investigating the phenomena. However, NASA acknowledge that there is an issue with the quality of the data available and if there’s any better evidence being held by other branches of government it’s highly unlikely that they will be sharing. Nevertheless, I think that it’s still a positive step and hopefully over the longer term it helps shed some light on the subject even if those answers turn out to not be as sexy as some of us might hope.

 

Here's a link to NASA’s official announcement for anybody that’s interested:

 

https://www.nasa.gov/feature/nasa-to-set-up-independent-study-on-unidentified-aerial-phenomena/

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On 6/10/2022 at 10:35 AM, sanchez710 said:

I think NASA have been researching UAPs for a long time already. 

They have indeed.

Cheers,

Badeskov

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21 hours ago, M 7 said:

Reading between the lines it’s unlikely that this investigation will provide any conclusive answers either way. This investigation is expected to last 9 months and the initial focus appears to be to scour all existing data sources with the hope of establishing new ways of investigating the phenomena. However, NASA acknowledge that there is an issue with the quality of the data available and if there’s any better evidence being held by other branches of government it’s highly unlikely that they will be sharing. Nevertheless, I think that it’s still a positive step and hopefully over the longer term it helps shed some light on the subject even if those answers turn out to not be as sexy as some of us might hope.

 

Here's a link to NASA’s official announcement for anybody that’s interested:

 

https://www.nasa.gov/feature/nasa-to-set-up-independent-study-on-unidentified-aerial-phenomena/

Indeed. The problem with UAPs is that they don't exactly show up in a predictable manner, so repeatable and independently verifiable data is extremely hard to obtain. Thus it makes sense to go through already obtained data to see if something is in there that could help, but that is really all this is.

Cheers,

Badeskov

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On 6/10/2022 at 4:22 AM, UM-Bot said:

US space agency has thrown its hat into the ring with a new effort to investigate unidentified arial phenomena.

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f{_}kkin ridiculous.

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