Unidentified flying objects (UFOs) in videos being investigated by the United States do not seem to respond to physics according to a new study
Harvard astronomer Avi Loeb is the lead author of a paper claiming that UFOs being investigated by the Pentagon are behaving strangely.
The director of the Pentagon’s Office of All Domains Anomaly Resolution, Sean Kirpatrick, also worked on the study.
According to the expert, the film material still needs to be reviewed by other scientists, but it has some surprising points. UFOs are referred to as Unidentified Aerial Phenomena (formerly UFOs now UAPs) throughout the study.
It is a term that was adopted more by scientists who think that the term UFO has a stigma attached to it. Kirpatrick and Loeb investigated the friction they expected to see in the UAP clips.
A fast-moving object and the air or water around it must move in a certain way, according to the laws of physics agreed upon by scientists.
However, Kirpatrick and Loeb noted that, from the way the UFOs were moving, “it was expected that they would generate a bright optical fireball.”
“It is not clear why objects do not behave as they should. It could be due to something as simple as bad measurement tools,” they explained.
The researchers wrote: “The lack of all these signatures could implicate inaccurate distance measurements (and thus derived velocity) for single-site sensors without a range gate capability.”
Loeb wrote an even report. Scientific America. detailing his theory: “If some UAPs turn out to be alien technology, they could be launching sensors for a subsequent spacecraft to tune into,” he stated.