The US government has been hiding the secrets related to UFOs, it will be exposed soon! Top scientist made a big claim

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UFO i.e. Unidentified Flying Objects are becoming a topic of discussion all over the world. The ongoing investigation and debate about UFOs in America has reached the government ‘door’. For the first time in many years, this year members of the US Congress spoke publicly on it. At the same time, the American Space Agency NASA (Nasa) has also started investigating the cases of UFOs and UAPs in a scientific way. Meanwhile, a top scientist in the world has claimed that governments have been hiding suspected UFO sightings on Earth for decades. Scientist believe that UFOs come and governments are aware of it.

Nobel Prize-nominated Professor Gary Nolan said he “knows” there is an “active cover-up” by the authorities, the Daily Star reported. His gesture is towards hiding the cases related to UFOs. Gary Nolan is an immunologist at the Stanford University School of Medicine. They believe that the extraterrestrial secrets of the US government will be widely exposed in the new public hearings.

Prof Nolan said that he has spoken to people who are about to come out and put forward the UFO related revelations. He has said that there has been an ‘active cover-up’ in such cases. He said that the new legislation currently being proposed would open the way for an open hearing of UFO sightings before the US Congress. In these hearings, witnesses will also get a chance to give evidence. The special thing is that the government body has also demanded non-disclosure agreements. Authorities don’t want people making UFO claims to talk about it publicly.

Significantly, NASA had announced in June this year that it would investigate UFO related cases in a scientific manner. The agency had talked about forming a team, whose focus would be on identifying UFO data, so that they could be used in the future. Recently NASA had said that it is serious about investigating UFO cases. The team of experts will be ready in the next few months.

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