International UFO Symposium in Greensboro Looks At Scientific Research Behind Sightings
By Keri Brown
An international conference this weekend in Greensboro will explore UFOs and the scientific search for extraterrestrial life.
The Center for UFO Research is sponsoring a two-day symposium at the War Memorial Auditorium.
Scientists, high ranking military personnel, and government officials from around the world will be in the Triad to talk about research related to UFOs.
“What we are trying to prove is that there are crafts and unidentified aerial phenomenon happening in our skies and we don’t know what they are, and we need to study it seriously and take the taboo out of talking about it, so every time there is a sighting people don’t think you are a crackpot,” says Michael Acosta, who is organizing the event with The Center for UFO Research in Burlington.
Acosta says, “We need to actually look at the data and find out what is going on in our skies. It’s an air safety issue, it’s a technological issue and it is an extremely important question.”
Acosta says about five percent of all crafts that are reported in the air are unidentified.
Some of the guest speakers at the event will include Dr. Richard Haines, former senior scientist for NASA, Jose Lay, International Affairs Director for the Chilean government agency on UAP, and Timothy Good, UK researcher and author. . . .
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