Nassim Haramein Comments on NASA's Independent Study of Unidentified Anomalous Phenomena (UAPs)
NASA has commissioned a study team to examine from a scientific perspective unidentified anomalous phenomena (UAPs), which stands for observations of events in the sky that cannot be identified as aircraft or known natural phenomena.
On May 31, 2023, NASA streamed a public meeting to present final deliberations before the independent study team publishes a report this summer. The report will inform the public on what possible data could be collected in the future to shed light on the nature and origin of UAP.
NASA’s UAP Independent Study Team and their Mission
The UAP independent study team is a counsel of 16 community experts across diverse areas on matters relevant to potential methods of study for UAP. NASA commissioned a nine-month study to examine UAP from a scientific perspective and create a roadmap for how to use data and the tools of science to move understanding of UAP forward.
“Right now, the limited high-quality observations of UAP make it impossible to draw scientific conclusions from the data about the nature of such events,” states NASA. More info on the independent study team, including frequently asked questions, can be explored here.
Nassim Haramein's Support and Encouragement
In response to NASA's independent study team's efforts to examine UAPs from a scientific perspective, Haramein expressed his support and admiration for the panel members and all scientists willing to tackle controversial subjects:
“I would like to congratulate the members of the UAP investigation panel and any other scientists and researchers out there who have the courage to stand in the face of common ridicule and controversy, to investigate, in a scientific and rigorous way, some of the areas commonly stigmatized and discredited. Hopefully this investigation of UAPs by NASA will help more researchers and scientists feel comfortable studying, with the same rigor, areas in physics that commonly undergo similar stigma treatments.”
We invite you to read more on previous UAP hearings in an article by physicist and Haramein’s colleague, Inés Urdaneta.