In the continuing saga of Unidentified Aerial Phenomena (UAP)

Avi Loeb of Harvard, and Dr. Sean Kirkpatrick, director of the Pentagon’s All-domain Anomaly Resolution Office (AARO) co-authored and shared a draft of a scientific paper that is currently under review. 

This paper appears to challenge UAP based on the current understanding of the laws of physics.  However, as the behavior of most UFOs /UAP defy the laws of physics it remains to be seen how effective this inquiry might be. 

Rather than embracing the sense of wonder in observing the unknown, the paper appears to attempt to dismiss various Near Earth Objects (NEOs) as optical illusions. 

This assumption is based on the fact that such objects display behaviors scientifically deemed to be unlikely at best and in most cases impossible.  

“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 last week. 

It seems that the desire to “know” with absolute certainty is preventing some scientists to accept that which cannot be explained.  

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  1. This reminds me of the ship that appeared off the coast, floating in the sea water. Natives observed it, but behaved as though it didn’t exist. Until some of the ship’s occupants lowered a smaller boat and rowed ashore… which, by the way, Has happened!

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