02 July, 2023

UFO Disclosure Milestone: Pentagon Chief Confirms Widespread Metallic Orb UFO Sightings in NASA Hearing

Deputy Director of U.S. Naval Intelligence Scott Bray points to a video of a 'flyby' as he testifies before a House Intelligence Counterterrorism, Counterintelligence, and Counterproliferation Subcommittee hearing about "Unidentified Aerial Phenomena," in the first open congressional hearing on 'UFOs' in more than half-century, on Capitol Hill in Washington, U.S., May 17, 2022

A public hearing held by NASA to discuss the phenomenon of unidentified aerial phenomena (UAP), commonly known as UFOs. Dr. Sean Kirkpatrick, the director of the Pentagon's All-domain Anomaly Resolution Office (AARO), presented the latest findings from AARO, which indicated that metallic orb-like UFOs have been observed all over the world, exhibiting interesting maneuvers.

During the hearing, members of NASA's independent study group on UAP and officials from the Pentagon and Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) discussed their recommendations and collaborative efforts. The panel emphasized the need to remove the stigma surrounding UAP research and explore the possibility of alien artifacts within our solar system.

Dr. Kirkpatrick mentioned that the Pentagon is working closely with NASA and scientists who have expertise in classified UAP cases. AARO plans to deploy dedicated sensors specifically for UAP sightings, separate from existing military defense sensors.

The NASA panel acknowledged the social stigma surrounding UAP research and recommended that NASA take steps to make it safer for scientists to explore and report data without facing negative repercussions. They also suggested leveraging NASA's brand image to remove obstacles and promote UAP research within the scientific community.

The panel highlighted the fragmented and unsystematic nature of UAP data collection efforts, calling for a more calibrated and scientific approach. They mentioned previous instances of citizen science and the importance of studying anomalous phenomena.

Furthermore, a member of the study group proposed the establishment of a permanent office within NASA to support the serious study of UAP.

These NASA and Pentagon initiatives signify a significant shift in the government's public stance on UFOs or UAP. Rather than dismissing or discrediting sightings, there is now a more transparent effort to investigate and analyze the reports. Dr. Kirkpatrick stated that a small percentage of the UAP cases in AARO's database are considered genuine and perplexing anomalies.

While NASA's interest primarily focuses on events in the sky, there are indications that the agency may extend its exploration beyond Earth's atmosphere. Astrobiologist David Grinspoon, a member of the panel, suggested that NASA's existing programs for searching for extraterrestrial life could also contribute to the investigation of local UAP, including the search for extraterrestrial artifacts within our solar system.

Key Points:

  • The Pentagon is collaborating with NASA on UAP investigations, with scientists cleared for classified UAP cases providing their expertise.
  • Efforts are being made to remove the stigma surrounding UAP research and promote a more open-minded approach.
  • Suggestions were made for the establishment of a permanent office within NASA to support the serious study of UAP. 
  • The collaboration between NASA and the Pentagon's official UFO investigators is also highlighted, with NASA working closely with "NASA embeds," scientists cleared to work on classified UAP cases.
  • The chair of NASA's independent UAP panel, David Spergel, emphasizes the need to understand the nature of UAPs and improve data collection efforts, calling the current state of data collection "unsystematic" and "fragmented."
  • Roughly 2 to 5 percent of AARO's current database of UAP cases are considered genuine and baffling anomalies.



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