Investigated UFOs For Flying Safety

Safety is a concern of everybody who flies or considers it.

No other form of transport is as scrutinized, inspected and supervised as commercial aviation. All of us, trust our lives to the skill and expertise of the pilots, who are perhaps the people with the most experience of what is and isn’t a normal activity in the skies. Consequently, skeptics and true UFO believer’s battle it out over the origin of this latest unexplained object, they are engaging in an unresolved decade-old debate: Can unexplained UFOs become a safety issue for the commercial airline industry?

Who better to explain it than Nick Pope? For those who do not know him, Nick Pope is an amazing journalist and individual that worked as the Ministry of Defense in Britain. He was allocated in 1991 to a section of the Secretariat known as Sec 2a, where his duties included investigating reports of UFO sightings, to see if they had any defense significance. Nick Pope has written several articles and features for newspapers, on a variety of subjects including the unexplained, plot theories, fringe science, sci-fi, planetary, defense, and intelligence.

“UFOs are real, and it’s time we start taking them seriously,”

said Nick Pope on Tucker Carlson Show on Fox News. Furthermore, UFO sightings had been investigated by the United States Air Force (USAF) since 1947, in what later became known as Project Blue Book. Of around 12,000 sightings that the program inspected, approximately 5% remained unsolved. Sightings categorized as “unidentified” represent technological developments or principles beyond the range of present-day scientific knowledge, and there has been no evidence indicating that sightings categorized as “unidentified” are extraterrestrial vehicles. The fact is that numerous of these encounters, still a very small proportion of the total, defy predictable explanation.
“It’s beyond disputed that airline personnel see them and see them a lot,” said professional pilot David McDonald, who runs a school for pilots and aircraft dispatchers and owns charter company Flamingo Air in Cincinnati. “However, to the best of all of our knowledge, there has never been an incident where an airplane ran into one or was attacked by one.” Despite these unexplained cases, we remained skeptical about extraterrestrials and how it can interfere with flying safety.

As a result of commercial pilots began sharing their UFO experiences, it was created the National Aviation Reporting Center on Anomalous Phenomena. A special organization that offers a confidential reporting venue for pilots, crews, and air traffic controllers hesitant to make UFO reports. Among the anomalies the program studied, no evidence exists to suggest that the phenomena seen are hostile or under any type of control, other than that of natural physical forces.

UFOs encounters are neither manageable nor repeatable, which makes their study extremely challenging. It also represents tremendously advanced technology. Therefore, Pope predicts governments all around the world to investigate and research the phenomenon in our skies. Additionally, this would present a great occasion for mankind, capable to expand and advance our knowledge and technology, as well as rewriting our understanding of our place in the universe.

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