Observed UFOs violate the laws of physics, experts say

(ORDO NEWS) — Astrophysicist Avi Loeb of Harvard and Dr. Sean Kirkpatrick of the Pentagon have co-authored a new paper on the subject.

The paper, currently undergoing peer review, is titled “Physical Limits to Unidentified Aerial Phenomena” and looks at the alleged movements and capabilities of unexplained objects seen by US Navy pilots off the US coast.

The pair of scientists are certainly not new to the field of UFO research.

Avi Loeb is an astrophysicist who has been active in the search for signs of extraterrestrial intelligence, and Dr. Kirkpatrick is the director of the Pentagon’s Office of Anomaly Resolution (AARO).

In a new article, experts claim that the supposed capabilities of these “highly maneuverable” objects are so great that, due to strong friction, they should have turned into a bright fireball.

In addition, they should have appeared on the radars of the corresponding radio signal.

The fact that these effects were not present at the time of the observations suggests that either these objects violated the laws of physics in some way, or the data on such encounters may not be entirely accurate.

“We derive physical constraints on the interpretation of ‘highly maneuverable’ unidentified aerial phenomena (UAPs) based on standard physics and known forms of matter and radiation,” they wrote.

“Specifically, we show that UAP friction with ambient air or water is expected to produce a bright optical fireball, ionization sheath, and tail, implying radio signals.”

“The absence of all of these signatures could mean inaccurate distance measurements (and therefore derived speeds) for single location sensors with no range control capability.”

Earlier, Harvard astrophysicist Avi Loeb hypothesized that the asteroid Oumuamua, which flew through the solar system, collected data from unmanned vehicles that alien civilizations send into the Earth‘s atmosphere.


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