With New Study, NASA Seeks the Science Behind UFOs – Scientific American

Scientific American reflects its subtitle’s “shifting attitudes toward the formerly taboo subject of UFOs.” Adam Mann discusses the seemingly-hasty June 9, 2022, NASA announcements and other developments pursuant to the June 25, 2021, “Preliminary Assessment” publication. Mann canvasses Avi Loeb and other non-ufologists for opinions, yet the overall tenor of the article is refreshing. Former military intelligence expert Dan Reedy says Here’s What All Those UFO Sightings Might Be — and What the Military May Know. Reedy’s Task and Purpose piece suggests drones as the main culprits, perhaps unaware of arguments that g-forces computed for “Tic-Tac-like” maneuvers would rip apart such machines. Reedy also invokes drone swarms as something “poorly understood by the masses.” But what about military folks, as in several instances sailors allegedly claim they can distinguish “drone swarm behavior” from the aerobatics they were seeing? Consult TweakTown’s Jak Connor for what former F/A-18 flyer Ryan Graves says about the “GIMBAL” footage in Navy Pilot: Famous UFO Video Shows One When There Was an Entire Fleet. Well, maybe “between four and six” other objects isn’t exactly a “fleet” or “swarm.” The first 61 minutes of the Graves/Lex Fridman interview deals with the intricacies and demands of military flying.…

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With New Study, NASA Seeks the Science Behind UFOs – Scientific American

Updated: August 5, 2022 — 10:28 pm