UFO NEWS TODAY: There are things between heaven and earth that cannot be explained: extraterrestrials, UFOs, unknown celestial phenomena. But that doesn't mean that they don't exist. They get to the bottom of them at the University of Wurzburg.
At the latest when the Pentagon submitted its own UFO report to the US Senate, the videos of American fighter pilots went around the world. Infrared video clips show white missiles in the sky, which triggered a UFO Sighting hype not only in the USA but worldwide.
A task force in the Pentagon calls the unidentified aerial phenomena "Unidentified Aerial Phenomena" (UAP). But while established scientists in other countries have been taking UAP seriously for years, it looked bad at German universities for a long time: the trade press and science wanted nothing to do with it. A professorship at the University of Wurzburg has wanted to change that for some time by declaring research on UAP to be one of its focus areas in the field of space technology. The University of Wurzburg is testing intelligent sensors to research UAP
Hakan Kayal is a professor of space technology and an expert in the search for extraterrestrial intelligence. For years he has been researching UAP and thus all phenomena in the sky for which there is no explanation. This is remarkable, said Kayal in an interview with the BR, "because there is no institutional research on UAP in all of Germany and I don't know of any other university in which this is an active focus."
In order to be able to explain these unknown celestial phenomena, the University of Wurzburg is developing and testing intelligent sensors. In about 97 percent of cases, the phenomena are easy to explain if enough data is available. However, in around three percent of the observations, objects are in play, some of which show intelligent behavior, explains Kayal: "Things that seem to accelerate very quickly from a standing start, make abrupt changes in direction or float on the spot without making any noise. " If several of these things come together, it is difficult to find out the cause.
Confirmation of extraterrestrial life in ten years?
Indeed, the professor considers it possible to actually encounter extraterrestrial intelligence in the distant future. At the moment, however, the researchers would be happy to find life at all. And, according to the professor, that could happen in the next ten, 20, or 30 years.
Until then, the Wurzburg chair wants to reduce the number of false-positive detection and first understand the as yet unknown weather phenomena. Kayal calls for U.A.Ps to be examined across Germany in a scientific environment with greater openness and without stigmatization. credit Stig Agermose