For starters, fewer and fewer people—or at least those who want to be taken seriously—talk about UFOs, or unidentified flying objects, anymore; there’s too much of a Big Foot, Loch Ness Monster, moon-landings-were-faked feel to the label. The preferred term now is UAP, for unidentified anomalous (or, variously, aerial) phenomenon. And NASA didn’t use the label czar either—another too-loose term for work that the space agency wants to keep solemn and serious. Instead, the full name for the new job is director of UAP research, and the man tapped to do the work is Mark McInernay, a former Pentagon liaison for NASA, who, for the better part of 25 years, has been on the government science beat, serving in multiple positions at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center; the National Hurricane Center; and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
Moscow (Sputnik) – According to Vice News, the town of Iino in Japan’s Fukushima Prefecture with a population of about 6,500 people has become famous among UFOlogists and those interested in searching for intelligent extraterrestrial life forms. .Residents of Iino, located on Japan’s sacred mountain Senganmori, told reporters why their town is considered an ” anomalous ” area. According to them, the anomalous magnetic field here allows aliens to use rocks as fuel or other useful resources. According to the report’s authors, the compass did not work a few meters from this mountain.Local residents set up a museum containing evidence of “alien” activity.
They optimistically talk about the possibility of contact with aliens. “We will become their friends. I really hope that they will revive life in our city” – Mr. Yuichi Aso, one of the residents in Iino town, confirmed to reporters.