In a blog post on Medium, self-proclaimed UFO researcher Ryan Sprague announced that UAPx, an organization responsible for UFO research, or UAP (Unidentified Aerial Phenomena – as the govt refers them), will soon be posting new data on said UFOs.
“When they allow legally, UAPX will provide to world, our reviewed & analyzed data as well as all raw data once we identify & protect the storage and server-adequate to task. This is the opinion of the UAPX that the data of our team collected, processed & analyzed constitute the most significant collection of scientific data relating to UFO / UAP phenomena. UAPx has adhered to a rigorous scientific methodology in data collection, allowing for expert analysis & favoring peer review for potential publication in one or more scientific journals, ”said a press release for UAPx according to Sprague .
This data includes over 600 hours of infrared video from many FLIR® cameras; a combined total of 3 TB of visual images across multiple camera platforms. Sprague added that analysis of this data reveals a significant number of anomalous objects & phenomena still under study before their public release. He further stated that the nature & type of information acquired could imply definitive proof of the presence of UFOs / PANs.
Government agencies have been taking UFOs / PANs seriously for some time now. In June 2021, members of the House Intelligence Committee received a confidential briefing with FBI & U.S Navy officials to discuss UFO / UAP that some lawmakers have dubbed a threat to national security. Additionally, the same month, the US government released its very first UFO / UAP report.
In November 2021, Deptt. of Defense founded a new task force to locate & identify UFOs / UAPs flying in restricted airspace. However, nothing has yet provided definitive proof of alien extraterrestrial existence. Could UAPx data be the proof we’ve all been waiting for?