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There are 3 comments on BU Astrophysicist Joins NASA Team to Study UFOs

  1. This man goes in the correct direction.
    The UK revealed in their ufo report (Project Condign) that ufos do exist and surely are made of plasma, like ball lightning, a 60% of times linked to meteors .
    There are researchers going in that direction with interesting results like the electroballs model: https://electroballpage.wordpress.com/383-2/
    Or the work of M. Kovalyov, linking UAP to discharges of particles from the Van Allen belts specially during full moon, and their link to earthquakes or global warming.
    Also, it is more clear the link of all these with many other paranormal phenomena.
    We are much nearer to explain them than it looks.

  2. The group will not be allowed to see any reports, photos or videos of UAP that are classified secret by the Department of Defense and all U.S. intelligence agencies.

  3. I thought it curious that “There’s no UAP expert on the panel.” That seems like studying disease with no medical doctors on the panel, or studying climate without meteorologists on the panel.

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