New scientific research on UFO sophistry

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confidential. A New geographic UFO analysis of over 98,000 sightings A new scientific study out of Utah reveals hot spots are concentrated in the western and northeastern United States.

These sightings, taken from data from the National UFO Research Center, show clear pattern This challenges the idea that they may be caused by psychological or social factors.Therefore, the researchers say, all these phenomena must be studied in depth to be able to Identify threats to U.S. national security.

according to Richard Medina“The American West has a history with FANI (Unidentified Aerial Phenomenon),” said the study’s lead author, associate professor of geography at the University of Utah. Area 51 In Nevada, Roswell editor in New Mexico and Skinwalker Ranch Military Activities in the Uinta Basin and Uinta Proving Ground Dugwayin Utah.

In addition to these geography, Medina said, “there is a strong outdoor community that enjoys recreation on public lands year-round. “People are outside looking up at the sky. ” scientific article, Published in peer-reviewed journals scientific report The article from the publisher Nature contains a detailed analysis of the factors leading to these UFO sightings.The researchers analyzed two main conditions for each U.S. county: skyscape potential (including the area’s light pollution, cloud cover and tree canopy cover); Potential The presence of objects in the sky, such as near airports and military installations.

This extensive analysis concluded that most sightings actually occurred in the American West and were attributed to the region’s physical geography, which is characterized by open spaces and dark skies.These conditions, coupled with air traffic and military activity, suggest that hotspots for reported sightings have Believable relationship to real objects Although its nature is unknown, it has been detected.

The study identified areas with lower reporting numbers (cold spots) and areas with higher reporting numbers (hot spots) on a relative basis per 10,000 people in each county.These findings, in particular There are clear hot spots in the west and northeast and Cold spots in the Central Plains and Southeastsupporting the general hypothesis that visibility and opportunity significantly affect sighting frequency.

“The idea is that if you have a chance to see something, you’re more likely to see unexplained phenomena in the sky,” Medina said.It also shows that interpreting these sightings becomes more complicated because our skies are filled with More technology than ever. The study clearly presents a certain spatial pattern.

“If for some psychological and sociological reason the data were completely invalid, then there would be no spatial pattern. But there is,” the study states, challenging the idea that UFO sightings are simply the result of: Mass hysteria or social contagion. By examining the spatial distribution of reports and their relationship to the local environment, this study provides geographical context that can help resolve or understand civilian and military sightings. “There are many factors that may lead to reports of unusual objects,” he said. Simon Brewer is an associate professor of geography at the University of Utah and a co-author of the study.

He said the geographical analysis of UFO sightings marked an important step towards demystifying the phenomenon and possibly identifying truly anomalous objects that could represent UFOs. A legitimate threat to U.S. security. Logically, This does not indicate that we are talking about spacecraft from other star systems, but only flying objects, possibly U.S. secret aircraft, enemy technology, or unknown non-ground technology. This is the key question in the research: What do people really see? Researchers say the difficulty of answering this question underscores the importance of viewing any uncertainty as a potential threat to U.S. national security.

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V6BLUIX24ZHDFL5OV5WJZ6WNY4One of the authors’ reflections is that academics have traditionally shunned UAP research due to the stigma associated with the cliche “flying saucers and space invaders”. But that has changed since the Pentagon and Congress sounded the alarm in an increasingly uncertain global space. Sean Kirkpatrick — a co-author of the study and an adjunct assistant professor of physics at the University of Georgia — noted that “the U.S. government, military, intelligence and civilian agencies need to understand the operational domain to ensure the security of the nation and its people.” According to Kirkpatrick, “‘Unknown’ is unacceptable In this era where sensors are everywhere and data is available.The scientific community Responsible for investigation and educate. ” Kirkpatrick is the first director of AARO, the Pentagon’s All-Domain Anomaly Resolution Office, which was established in 2022 at the request of the North American Congress after multiple leaked military reports on unidentified vessels in the air and at sea. AARO, the agency said is “a team of experts leading the U.S. government’s efforts to address unidentified anomalous phenomena (UAP) using Rigorous scientific framework and a data-driven approach. “

Study: Most Sightings of UAPs Occur in American West


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