Japanese scientists presented data confirming the existence of UFOs

Japanese scientists have released evidence that allegedly confirms the existence of UFOs, the Yomiuri Shimbun newspaper writes.

Specialists of the International UFO Lab in Fukushima, presented more than 450 evidence received by them, speaking of the existence of UFOs. According to scientists, at least 125 photographs and 24 videos of UFOs were at their disposal.

The published images show objects resembling flying saucers in shape, which are known to many from films about aliens.

According to the head of the research structure, Takeharu Mikami, all materials were checked for possible falsifications using special computer programs.

The researchers could not say for sure what UFOs are, but judging by the characteristics of how they fly, these vehicles most likely come to us from deep space.

The lab was launched in June 2021 inside the UFO Fureai-kan amusement hall, which was opened in 1992 by the then town government of Iino, now a part of Fukushima City. Takeharu Mikami, the 53-year-old editor-in-chief of monthly occult magazine Mu, serves as the director of the lab.

Interest in UFOs continues around the world, with the U.S. National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) among the entities that has begun research. The International UFO Lab not only hopes to contribute to this field, but also looks to contribute to the revitalization of the community.

Earlier, the general director of Roscosmos, Dmitry Rogozin, said that developed life can exist in the Universe, which surpasses human civilization in terms of its level of development. According to him, specialists from the Russian Academy of Sciences (RAS) also have been studying UFO-related phenomena for a long time.

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