Strange Brain Damage Found In UFO Witnesses by Scientists
In the past ten years, Harry Nolan, a pathology professor at Stanford University with over 300 scientific papers to his credit and 40 patents, has studied brain damage in UFO witnesses.
The New York Post claims that those who have seen UFOs regularly have mysterious brain damage.
Professor Nolan was approached by representatives of the Central Intelligence Agency and other American organizations, who asked him to participate in the analysis of biological samples taken from pilots who had UFO sightings.
The Americans wanted to learn more about how pilots’ minds are affected when they see strange aircraft occurrences.
According to Harry Nolan, those who have witnessed UFOs show signs of multiple sclerosis in their brain’s white matter.
“These are the scars that an MRI may show.” According to Nolan, “These are essentially patches of dead tissue that appear when the immune system attacks the brain matter.”
Around 100 patients, many of whom worked for defense and state companies on top-secret government initiatives, had their MRI images analyzed by the professor.
In addition, several of them claimed to have been in close proximity to items that made them ill. “A substantial number of them claimed to have seen UAPs,” Nolan continued.
The cause of the anomalies seen in their thinking organs is unknown.