NASA Admits That Some UFOs Might Be Real, But There’s One Major Hurdle To Figuring It Out

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Kay Smythe News and Commentary Writer
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A NASA panel presented early findings on Wednesday from preliminary investigations into unidentified flying objects/aerial phenomena (UFOs/UAPs).

NASA announced in June 2022 that various members of the agency were finally examining whatever those things are that keep hanging out in our skies. The research was said to be important “for both national security and air safety,” but the preliminary findings released Wednesday do little to explain just what these UFOs/UAPs really are.

Sean Kirkpatrick, the director of the Defense Department’s All-Domain Anomaly Resolution Office (AARO),  said his office has “50 to 100-ish new reports each month” of strange aerial phenomena, according to BBC. But of those sightings, maybe two percent to five percent are “possibly really anomalous.”

More data is apparently needed to determine what these flying objects are, but no one ruled out the chance they might be extra-terrestrial.

Stigma and harassment are apparently the major factors hampering NASA and AARO’s research, BBC continued. “One of our goals is to remove the stigma, because there is a need for high quality data to address important questions about UAPs,” NASA’s UAP team chair David Spergel said in the hearing. Other scientists said they’ve been harassed online for their work, per BBC.

It’s so weird how celebrities and politicians, who are constantly harassed in real life and online, manage to get all of their work done but these scientists say they can’t do their work under the same circumstances. Perhaps NASA and AARO just need to find researchers who know not to read the comments. Just an idea.

The biggest takeaway? Officials at the hearing did not rule out the chance that some of the reports they’ve received and investigated are actual aliens. The weirdest takeaway? Kirkpatrick apparently said that privacy was one of the biggest hindrances to conducting thorough investigations. (RELATED: Pentagon AARO Director Releases Bizarre UFO Footage)

To this, I say “tough.” No one should have to give up their privacy just so a bunch of nerds (likely ruled by globalist elites) can look for aliens, especially when I currently have zero confidence that NASA, the DoD and AARO will ever tell us the truth about what is out there, despite their vow of so-called transparency.