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Prepare for clear pictures of UFOs

One thing that both UFO believers and UFO skeptics have in common, besides liking one of the two stars of “The X-Files,” is that they both dislike blurry photos. This is a trait that fans of Bigfoot and other cryptids have in common, but it is most obvious in those who want to see proof and identify strange aerial phenomena. Well, folks, your prayers, burnt offerings, magic lamp wishes, and animal sacrifices have all been answered. Abraham “Avi” Loeb, a brilliant Harvard astrophysicist who believes in UFOs and is everyone’s favorite, has promised to show clear photos and videos of UFOs very soon, maybe even this summer.


I thought it was YOUR phone.

“I really want the next generation to be able to talk about it and for it to be a normal topic of conversation. My hope is that if we get a high-resolution picture of something strange or find proof of it, which could happen in the next year or two, we can change it.”

In an interview with The Guardian, Loeb compared himself to a fisherman on the beach who can’t see any fish because he isn’t casting a net. Loeb has two ways to catch UFOs. The first is data from the Planet Labs mini-satellite network, which will take a picture of the whole Earth’s surface from space once a day. On the ground, Loeb and his Galileo Project are setting up a worldwide network of telescopes that are controlled by AI to look for UFOs. As they go, they learn to get rid of birds, planes, bugs, clouds, and other things that can be explained. Loeb thinks that by taking pictures from above and below, a clear picture of one or more UFOs will be made. And this is good for both sides of the argument.

“I really want the next generation to be able to talk about it and for it to be a normal topic of conversation. My hope is that if we get a high-resolution picture of something strange or find proof of it, which could happen in the next year or two, we can change it.”

Loeb’s search with Planet Labs and the Galileo Project is not the only one going on. Professor of Space Technology at Julius-Maximilians-Universitat Würzburg (JMU) in Germany, Hakan Kayal, said last week that he has already set up a dual AI-controlled SkyCAM-5 camera system on a university building that has been looking for UFOs since December 2021. Kayal may be ahead of Loeb when it comes to scans from the ground, but he doesn’t use satellite images. Maybe they should work together. It would set a good example for the next generation and bring the search for ETI even closer to the mainstream.


We need pictures like this… only true.

Avi Loeb has always been open about his strong beliefs in UFOs and extraterrestrials. He led the team that thought the ‘Oumuamua interstellar comet could be an ET spacecraft exploring our solar system. Big discoveries can’t happen without big ideas, even if some of them turn out to be big mistakes.

Let’s hope that Avi Loeb finds the UFOs and takes pictures of them before someone (or something) stops him.