A professor at Stanford University who is involved with research into the UFO phenomenon has discovered that the structure of the brains of government employees that reportedly witnessed seeing a UAP is different from what is found in the average person. Despite the assumption that the experience itself might have
It has been suggested that the search for the Truth can often lead seekers into treacherous territory, particularly, it seems, in the field of UFO research where a disproportionate number of researchers appear to have lost their lives. Could it just be a coincidence that during the past ten years a total of 137 researchers, writers, scientists, and witnesses in a small niche community have died, often in the most odd or unlikely manner?
Scientists have discovered that abductees have post-traumatic stress syndrome (PTSS), which indicates that something real happened to them. However, they’ve also discovered that people can be made to believe that something really happened when it didn’t and can have real trauma from this false experience. Abductees display some of the same stress symptoms as soldiers who’ve been in battle, yet scientists skip over the conclusion that perhaps they’ve had real experiences and go straight to the claim that this proves that false experiences can produce real stress.