The UFO community has accused the US government of concealing information on UAPs for over 90 years, and this claim was highlighted during the July 2023 UAP hearings. David Grusch, one of the witnesses testified that there are UFOs in the possession of the US government, sitting in an undisclosed location of which Grusch is aware. Other witnesses, Ryan Graves & David Fravor said that the technology of these unknown crafts is superior to any man-made craft.
The mounting pressure from the public has led to speculation about future UAP hearings, forcing the US government to address the matter seriously. Simultaneously, the scientific community has taken an interest in the UAP phenomenon. Two prominent scientists Avi Loeb & Garry Nolan have recently said that they have UFO data and have seen objects that they cannot talk about in public. These shocking statements by Loeb & Nolan tend to uplift the seriousness of the UAP enigma, held by governments around the world.
In January 2021, Dr. Loeb released the book, entitled “Extraterrestrial: The First Sign of Intelligent Life Beyond Earth.” In the book, he doubles down on his statements of Oumuamua as an artificial extraterrestrial object. In June 2021, he explicitly connected his Oumuamua hypothesis to the burgeoning government investigations into unidentified aerial phenomena in a Scientific American opinion column.
In a 2021 interview with Curt Jaimungal from TOE, Dr. Loeb confirmed that the Galileo Project began testing a suite of instruments that would observe the sky and analyze the data with artificial intelligence algorithms. He further stated that “Hopefully by 2023, we’ll start collecting data at places where there are reports on these [UAP] objects. That’s the third branch of the Galileo projects, we’re already doing this research and we should see it’s a phishing Expedition.”
In one year, things turn out to be in favor of Dr. Loeb. In this interview with Unravelling the Universe, Dr. Loeb discussed the progress of his Galileo Project, which aimed at systematically studying such UFO phenomena. He confirmed that some government officials visited him from Washington DC, who assumed he was on the right path. Perhaps, he is right about some UFOs might be extraterrestrial. However, he clarified that he would prioritize sharing this UAP information with the public over informing the Pentagon first.
He explains that scientific knowledge should not be classified or withheld from the public. He believes that any discoveries related to UFOs, just like any other scientific findings, should be shared with all of humanity. There should be no special privilege for the government in scientific deliberations. He also notes that the government’s concern about classified sensors is not about the data itself but about revealing the type and quality of sensors used, which could potentially help adversaries. He dismisses conspiracy theories and believes that the government is genuinely puzzled by some of the objects they have observed.
The Galileo Project involves setting up observatories with state-of-the-art instruments that monitor the sky 24/7. They use machine learning algorithms to analyze the data collected. This systematic approach not only increases the chances of discovering more events but also allows for statistical calibration of the observations. By monitoring the sky consistently, they can determine the frequency and patterns of these unidentified objects, which can be helpful in understanding and potentially explaining their nature.
When asked about any specific findings from the Galileo Project, Dr. Loeb maintains a cautious stance. He says: “I cannot speak about any specific findings publicly at this moment.” This response sparks curiosity as it suggests that there might indeed be some intriguing discoveries worth discussing.
Moving on, the conversation shifts towards the potential implications for humanity if the expeditions do reveal that these objects are of technological origin from beyond our solar system. Dr. Loeb emphasizes that the implications would be enormous, which he has extensively discussed in his new book entitled “Interstellar: The Search for Extraterrestrial Life and Our Future Beyond Earth.”
A similar response also came from Stanford professor Garry Nolan, who is a participant in Avi Loeb’s Copernicus Space Corporation, a privately held, novel type of space exploration company, headquartered in Massachusetts, which fosters ultra-long-range thinking and leverages disruptive technology for new human strategies in space.
Dr. Nolan discussed some exciting projects related to UFOs and space exploration with UAP Studies Podcasters Louie Borges and Jason Guillemette.
Nolan mentioned that Copernicus aims to deploy thousands of small devices across the solar system to search for signs of life and evidence of past extraterrestrial visits. These devices would serve as observation cameras and are meant to be disposable, making space exploration more cost-effective compared to traditional billion-dollar rocket missions conducted by NASA. The focus is on exploring various locations in the solar system to uncover potential evidence of life or previous encounters with alien entities.
Louie Borges then emphasizes the importance of not revealing sensitive or unpublished data from fellow researchers and urges Nolan to respect his peers. Nolan acknowledges this concern and refrains from giving away any specific details about the extraordinary data he has seen from other research groups. He mentions that he is helping those groups to write up their findings for publication, indicating that these findings are significant and warrant careful presentation to the scientific community.
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Nolan briefly describes the recorded event captured by two cameras, which he considers a one-time extraordinary occurrence. He mentions that whatever was recorded seemed to react to a signal and approached the researchers closely. While he refrains from divulging further details, he expresses hope that the other researchers will be able to publish their findings soon.
Existence of Aliens
Moreover, Avi Loeb is discussing the ongoing investigation into the meteor named IM1 that crashed to Earth on January 8, 2014. He and his team have recovered small metallic droplets from the seabed off Manus Island, Papua New Guinea, where the meteor exploded into a fireball above the Pacific Ocean. These droplets are being analyzed in four laboratories worldwide to determine if they are composed of technology unknown to mankind and potentially originating from outside the Solar System.
According to him, the material strength and speed of the meteor were anomalies compared to typical space rocks. Loeb says: “There is a chance that it’s artificial – that it’s a spacecraft, potentially a spacecraft, due to its unusual characteristics.” He mentions that the meteor was moving at a very high speed, faster than 95 percent of nearby stars, and its material strength was tougher than other space rocks cataloged by NASA. This raises the question of whether the object is made of some artificial alloy.
Dr. Loeb told the Daily Star that the samples collected are currently being studied in four laboratories around the world, and within a month or so, they hope to find out what the meteor was made of and whether it has a technological origin. Loeb clarifies that it might be something akin to the Voyager spacecraft colliding with a planet, which could appear as a meteor.
A week after defense department whistleblower David Grusch informed the US Congress that 40 eyewitnesses had revealed the American government’s possession of wreckage from crashed alien spacecraft, Loeb made an interesting observation. He speculated that his own expedition to retrieve materials might have encouraged Grusch, a former National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency staffer, to come forward with his claims. Avi believes it may take the US Congress about a year to investigate Grusch’s assertions, and he emphasized that seeing others speak out can inspire courage in individuals.