[ExI] NASA begins official study of UFO

Stuart LaForge avant at sollegro.com
Sat Jun 11 19:23:31 UTC 2022

Quoting Stuart LaForge <avant at sollegro.com>:

> Recently NASA has started taking the UAP/UFO phenomena seriously.
> https://phys.org/news/2022-06-nasa-ufos.html

> This response by NASA is probably because Congress, the Department  
> of Defense, and Intelligence communities are taking UAP so seriously.
> https://www.reddit.com/r/UFOB/comments/ucyvkk/4_intelligence_directors/
> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pPDeuy_YSs0&t=83s
> And honestly, IMO multiple sensor detections are pretty compelling  
> evidence that SOMETHING is going on.
> https://the5observables.com/
> So the burning question of the decade is how to reconcile UAP with  
> the Fermi Paradox? Assuming that UAP represent real advanced  
> technology AND we can not observe any signals or signs of  
> intelligent life from outer space, then what are the UAP and where  
> are they coming from? Bayesian minds want to know what hypotheses  
> can't be ruled out by these two observations with loads of evidence  
> backing them up?

And being true to form, Robin Hanson gave his answer to my question on  
Lex Friedman's podcast the day before yesterday. LOL. The short  
version: ET is here to passively-aggressively intimidate us from  
becoming an expansionist space-faring species. Freidman's answer was  
that it was a post-biological species wanting to study the evolution  
of AI on earth.


Stuart LaForge

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