Harvard’s Avi Loeb and Dr. Sean Kirkpatrick, director of the Pentagon’s All-domain Anomaly Resolution Office (AARO) co-authored and shared a draft of a scientific paper still undergoing peer review. The paper attempts to use physics to rule out a number of UAP sightings that appear to be “highly maneuverable” objects.
In a nutshell, Loeb and Kirkpatrick find that if some of the UAP really were moving in the seemingly impossible directions and speeds that they appear to be, the friction involved should generate a visible fireball and a corresponding radio signature visible via radar.
Guess they just not putting enough time in the field to see the streaks and flashes take offs from stand still and the disappear reappear so easily distinguishable from satellites
Also fun to observe military planes chase to the scene, sorry y’all five minutes late to the party! Don’t do that for other they getting on radar it only briefly
Optical illusions 😂 catch orbs by accident talking outside filming trees see them with reg eyesight shadow figures and lots more these guys