NASA administrator and American politician Bill Nelson said: “It is in our DNA to explore and ask questions about why something is the way it is.” He participated in the press conference in which the UFO report was presented. According to the report, many reliable sources reported the presence of flying objects that could not be immediately identified.
NASA itself does not talk about UFOs, but rather about UAPs – unspecified “anomalous” phenomena – because the word UFO would create a negative association due to conspiracy theories. “We found no evidence that UAP originated from extraterrestrial locations,” Nelson said.
However, NASA continues to investigate these UFOs. The universe “doesn’t stop at the edge of the solar system,” Nelson said. He believes that there is other life in the universe anyway, given the number of stars (galaxies).
Nelson also said NASA hopes that thanks to NASA’s involvement, the UFO debate will no longer be about sensationalism, but about science.
To properly continue UFO research, NASA states that artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning are essential. Machine learning is a form of artificial intelligence that uses processed data to improve performance. According to NASA, the current techniques and devices used to investigate UFOs are not sufficient to draw correct conclusions. However, existing monitoring technologies, such as satellites, must also be used.
NASA’s Nicola Fox said at the press conference that UFOs are “one of the greatest mysteries on Earth.” According to Fox, this is partly due to poor data quality. For example, eyewitness accounts are often not detailed or consistent.
Two years ago, NASA also published a report on UFOs. Until then, no evidence of the existence of aliens had been found.
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