This week, we examine law enforcement encounters with UAP and their significance to the history of the phenomenon on The Micah Hanks Program.
Despite U.S. warnings, global allies appear unconcerned by the implications of adversarial airborne surveillance or unidentified aerial phenomena.
Harvard astronomer Avi Loeb joins us to discuss a recent paper he and AARO director Sean Kirkpatrick authored on the physics of UAP.
In a new paper, Harvard astronomer Avi Loeb and AARO director Sean Kirkpatrick say that evaluations of UAP must rely on known physics.
Incidents involving several objects downed over North America have renewed debate over excessive secrecy and unidentified flying objects.
The Pentagon says it has no plans to release images of a series of unidentified objects recently shot down over the U.S. and Canada.
Searching for artificial objects of non-human origin in our skies could provide a promising new route forward in SETI research.
Former Navy fighter pilot Ryan Graves joins Chrissy Newton to discuss pilot safety and action based solutions on how to change UAP reporting issues.
Retired U.S. Navy fighter pilot Alex Dietrich shares her thoughts on the power of cooperation in solving unidentified aerial phenomena.
MJ Banias and guest co-host Micah Hanks discuss the U.S.'s recent war against balloons, a memory-enhancing new medicine, and more.
This week's Intelligence Brief looks at a recent classified briefing on the three objects recently shot down over North America, and what U.S. Senators had to say about it.
Micah Hanks looks at the recent shoot-down of several objects over North America, along with a discussion with journalist Leslie Kean.
Several objects shot down over the United States and Canada within the last week remain unidentified, according to U.S. officials.
A U.F.O. shot down over Alaska on orders from President Biden raises concerns over possible surveillance efforts by adversaries like China.
This week's Intelligence Brief newsletter examines the recent Chinese spy balloon controversy, and the current intelligence U.S. officials have gathered on it.
This week on The Micah Hanks Program, we dive into the Chinese spy balloon controversy and examine one of the most unusual diplomatic crises in recent memory.
Writer, producer, co-host of the podcast Need To Know and former CNN correspondent Bryce Zabel joins Chrissy Newton to discuss how Hollywood has played a major role in propelling cultural feedback loops within pop culture surrounding the UAP topic.
Computer scientist Jacques Vallée shares his views on bringing the unique challenge UAP represents "out of the shadows and into the light of day."
Harvard astronomer Avi Loeb offers his views on the recent release of the 2022 ODNI report on unidentified anomalous phenomena.
A new government report details the latest findings in the DOD's ongoing investigations into unidentified anomalous phenomena (UAP).
A major barrier to our understanding of Unidentified Anomalous Phenomena (UAP) is not just government secrecy: it’s stigma.
Like prehistoric cave paintings, finding interstellar extraterrestrial devices might indicate that the quest for immortality is universal to all sentient beings past and present throughout the Milky Way galaxy.
President Joe Biden has signed the National Defense Authorization Act for fiscal year 2023 into law, which includes provisions related to unidentified anomalous phenomena (UAP).
This week we analyze a recent DOD media roundtable on the efforts of the All-domain Anomaly Resolution Office (AARO) and its UAP studies.
The International Symposium on UAP Research, a virtual event organized by the company Vertical Project Media, was held on October 16th, 2022.
For over a decade Russia has been talking about developing "weapons based on new physical principles." An idea that apparently has its origins in the belief of UFOs.
This week, a compromise has been reached between the House and Senate Armed Services Committees regarding the National Defense Authorization Act for 2023.
They may not have been called “Foo Fighters” at the time, but Royal Air Force crews saw and reported strange lights at least two years before American night-fighter crews.
Several recent pilot UFO sightings may have been explained, but ongoing incidents involving unidentified aerial phenomena point to safety issues and other challenges for aviators.
Nature established two distinct pathways for reflecting upon itself, one based on natural intelligence and the second based on artificial intelligence.
In this Thanksgiving installment of the Intelligence Brief Newsletter, we look at the latest status of a "missing" UAP report scheduled to be delivered to Congress last month.
Future interstellar travel could reveal that the "State of the Universe" is far more significant than our present concerns over worldly political matters at home.
At its new home in New Mexico, the National UFO Historical Records Center is set to become the largest archive of historical records on UAP ever assembled.
The suite of instruments assembled by the Galileo Project will seek the evidence needed to properly swipe the extraterrestrial interpretation of UAP to the left or to the right.
Researchers from around the world recently gathered in France to discuss the best data and technical analyses involving unidentified aerial phenomena (UAP).
With NASA's UAP study now underway, in recent days we learned who the space agency has selected to collect and study data related to the phenomenon.
Astronomer Avi Loeb shares his thoughts following a recent meeting in Washington with members of the forthcoming NASA UAP Study.
Pilots and crews from more than 15 commercial aircraft say they have recently encountered unusual "Racetrack" UAP in American airspace.
The 83-year-old scientist tells The Debrief what more than six decades of studying aerial mysteries have taught him about UAP phenomena and the scientific process.
A Ukrainian UAP study claiming to have captured images of unknown aerial objects has been taken to task by astronomers with the country's National Academy of Sciences.
In today’s popularity contests, it is important to remember reality is whatever it is, irrespective of how many “likes” it gets on Twitter.We don't get whatever version of reality we desire "on demand."
On September 3, 2022, the 79th Venice Film Festival hosted a session titled “Meeting with `Oumuamua” at the Excelsior Hotel in Venice.
“Where is everybody?” quipped Enrico Fermi, progenitor of the Fermi paradox. Now, Christopher Mellon examines an updated, similar concept he calls the “UAP paradox."
Canadian UFO researcher Chris Rutkowski says his UFO journey began when he intercepted a call to his univerity's astronomy department.
The DoD says the All-domain Anomaly Resolution Office (AARO), the newest iteration of its UAP investigations, will continue the efforts of the UAP Task Force.
The new telescopes of the Galileo Project provide a unique observatory with innovative capabilities. What will they help us learn about UAP?
New language proposed for inclusion in the 2023 NDAA aims to ensure transparency about information the Pentagon collects on UAP.
A recent Brazilian Senate hearing was organized to address the country's history of military involvement with unusual aerial objects.
Evidence of non-terrestrial objects of intelligent origin could turn up in a place many wouldn't expect: images of the sky that predate the dawn of the Space Race.
If some UAPs represent extraterrestrial AI systems, perhaps their appearance in recent government data was triggered by us being on the verge of developing sentient AI systems.