Corbell to NASA: Answer The Public’s Questions on UAP

JCRenowned investigative filmmaker Jeremy Corbell, who has been at the forefront of recent UAP disclosures, has publicly challenged NASA on its role, or perceived lack thereof, in ongoing discussions surrounding Unidentified Aerial Phenomena (UAP).

Corbell’s tweet references an earlier CNN segment where NASA representatives expressed a commitment to openness and a call for scientific investigation into the UAP issue. He seized this opportunity to urge NASA to address the prevailing stigma and to step up their engagement.

Corbell has put forward a series of detailed questions to NASA, all oriented around the agency’s professed dedication to transparency and its research into UAPs. He queried whether concerns over reputation or potential financial implications led NASA to avoid participation in recent UAP hearings. He suggests that such engagement could enhance NASA’s standing with the public, a substantial number of whom financially support the organization’s missions.

Moreover, Corbell questioned whether NASA was utilizing AI-assisted sensor platforms to procure high-resolution imagery of UAPs, and if such initiatives were in place, he sought specifics about their operations and results.

Corbell’s queries extended to the handling of any acquired data, questioning its classification, accessibility to the public, and the reach of NASA’s own scientific review board. He also touched upon the potential involvement of other defense systems, seeking to understand their ability to corroborate Anomalous Aerial Vehicles (AAVs) or UAP sightings.

One focal point was NASA’s promised report on UAP, as indicated on their mission page. This report, pledged for public release in mid-2023, aligns with NASA’s principles of transparency, openness, and scientific integrity. Corbell queried when this report would be made available.

Concluding his comprehensive tweet, Corbell called on NASA to take a page from Mary Poppins – to temper the UAP reality with a spoonful of sugar, but still uphold their commitment to transparency – and encouraged NASA to be a “UAP transparency honey badger”.

As the world awaits NASA’s response, the conversation around UAPs is escalating. Many are keen to see how NASA will react to Corbell’s probing questions.

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