NASA, AARO, and Scientists Pursuing the Unexplained | UAP


Despite NASA and the Pentagon intensifying their investigations into UAP, each agency maintains that no evidence of extraterrestrial technology has been found, and has presented only moderate results with their investigations. Meanwhile, civilian scientists are making significant contributions to our understanding of UAPs, with events like the Scientific Coalition for UAP Studies and its 2024 AAPC conference bringing together leading researchers and academics to discuss the science behind UAP sightings and their potential implications.

This week on The Micah Hanks Program, we take a look at the SCU’s analysis of flight characteristics of these phenomena, revealing extraordinary capabilities that challenge current technological understandings. We also dive into recent discussions with military and intelligence professionals that underscore the seriousness of the UAP issue, highlighting skepticism towards AARO’s efforts and the need for a more collaborative approach to uncover the truth behind these mysterious encounters.

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