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Here’s what scientists say about whistleblower claims that Pentagon has evidence of alien crashes


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nteresting. Frustrating. Potentially even “credible.”

But nothing that science can work on in its current form.

That was how physicists and astronomers interviewed by The Hill described recent allegations that the U.S. government has been hiding evidence of multiple alien crash sites.

To take those claims beyond buzzy conjecture, the country needs a plan to acquire more hard data, scientists said.

On Wednesday, the House Oversight Committee will hold controversial hearings about “unidentified aerial phenomena,” or UAP.

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