Did this astrophysics team film a wormhole? Research trip captures several UFOs

ALBANY, NY — The scientific research nonprofit UAPx is like a 21st-century A-Team composed of two highly regarded astrophysicists and a computational astrophysicist, two Navy veterans who are radar experts, a mechanical engineer and a former Air Force pilot who can MacGuyver a vehicle into a mobile lab. They research a controversial but critical field of UAPs — or Unidentified Aerial Phenomena. The UAPx team relies on donations and grants to buy infrared cameras, audio sensors, and some bleeding-edge technology. MIT colleagues created and gifted a radiation detector that is like a powerful Geiger counter adapted to their research needs. Last summer, they had an amazing stroke of luck. A documentary film producer funded a full week of research for UAPx in Laguna Beach and nearby Catalina Island, a hotspot for UAP sightings. It’s where the famous UAP shaped like a gigantic TicTac was filmed and tracked on radar by Navy pilots from the USS Princeton pilots in 2004. Just this month, The War Zone published U.S. Navy reports the publication obtained via the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) about a 2019 encounter near Catalina Island when a Navy destroyer was swarmed by UFOs. The USS Paul Hamilton encountered several…

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Did this astrophysics team film a wormhole? Research trip captures several UFOs

Updated: October 27, 2022 — 10:26 am