Silicon Valley Is Searching UFOs Off the California Coast and Mexico

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Silicon Valley Is Searching UFOs Off the California Coast and Mexico

So, A LOT has happened since we first wrote about Guadalupe Island and UFO’s back in June of this year. It’s not like since 2000 we haven’t been seeing, “odd things” in the night skies about Guadalupe Island, that’s a given, when you are 210 miles away from anywhere in the deep blue Pacific.

What’s changed is US Navy coming forward to all but tacitly agree that their multiple Tic Tac UFO encounters are…the real deal. Actual UFO’s, like the not-of-this-planet variety.

Next Steps UFO Exploration Silicon Valley Style

UAP eXpeditions is a non-profit group based in Oregon that will “field a top-notch group of uber-experienced professionals providing the public service of field testing new UAP related technologies.” With some of the Silicon Valley UFO Hunters, UAP eXpeditions will pioneer the ability to predict, find, observe, and document UAP for study and analysis. They will use “classical observation techniques, by trained observers and scientists, while using the latest experimental technologies—in the right places and the right times,” Kevin Day, the group’s founder and CEO, wrote in a Facebook post viewed by Motherboard.

Leading the team of scientists is Dr. Kevin Knuth, a former scientist with NASA’s Ames Research Center, now an associate professor of physics at the University of Albany. Knuth specializes in machine learning and the study of exoplanets. While the organization and the project is still in its infancy, Knuth told Motherboard that “the goal of the expedition is to give us some ground truth. We aim to try to observe these objects directly, and record them using multiple imaging modalities.”

The second step, which is slated for November 2020, is to basically park a large boat off the coast of California loaded with various cameras and sensors to detect and record anomalous aerial activity. The team has already begun negotiations to charter the MV Horizon, a small research vessel based in San Diego, California with extensive Pacific ocean research support and experience with unknown lights at Guadalupe Island since 1991.

Silicon Valley tech entrepreneur and MIT technologist Rizwan Virk and the Toronto-based CEO of the quantum computing company, ReactiveQ, Deep Prasad have both signed on to help with securing investment for the project.