Urgent warning to scour oceans for UFOS as mysterious objects could also ‘submerge in the sea’ | Englishheadline


NASA’S long-awaited report into Unidentified Anomalous Phenomena (UAPs) followed hundreds of UFO sightings but people may be looking in the wrong place.

A number of unidentifiable objects have been sighted submerging into water leading experts to advise we look to the oceans as well as the skies.

One expert has recommended that we look to the oceans for alien life following the NASA report


One expert has recommended that we look to the oceans for alien life following the NASA reportCredit: Alamy

In 2021, CNN shared footage leaked by UFO enthusiast Jeremy Cobell allegedly showing a circle-shaped flying object land and disappear into the sea.

The Pentagon confirmed that the footage which was taken from a Navy ship was part of an investigation into UAPs.

While the NASA report failed to conclude that aliens exist, it did not rule out the possibility of “potential unknown alien technology operating in Earth‘s atmosphere.”

It called for increased tracking and scientific understanding of the unexplained sightings and a professor believes we should look to the water.

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Brian Helmuth, Northeaster professor of marine and environmental science spoke to Northeastern Global News about the vast unknown of the oceans.

Helmuth who admitted that UFOs are “way out of my area of expertise” suggested that the oceans are the last frontier on Earth of which much more needs to be discovered.

“If I were investigating an alien planet like Earth, the ocean would definitely be the place to start,” he said.

“Not only does it comprise the vast majority of living space and living organisms on Earth, but it also is comparatively unpopulated by the one species, humans, that seems intent on destroying the planet.”

“It would be a great place from which to observe,” he added.

On the 16-member NASA panel that headed the report on Thursday, was Paula Bontempi who has spent 18 years with the administration and is an oceanographer.

Helmuth said: “She is highly respected in our field and in many ways the ideal person for this committee.”

However, before people start rushing into the water in search of alien life, experts on the panel which is led by astrophysicist David Spergel, have warned against sensationalism.

The panel noted that a scientific approach must be taken when analyzing sightings and other UAP data.

An Unidentified Director of Research has been appointed by officials to lead the way with this scientific approach and further examination of UAPs with AI and machine learning.

The new director will work to “establish a robust database for the evaluation of future [UAP] data, Nicola Fox, the associate administrator for NASA’s Science Mission Directorate, said at Thursday’s press conference.

She added: “UAP are one of our planet’s greatest mysteries.”

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