The Scientific Coalition for UAP Studies is a think tank of some 70 scientists, researchers and professionals from numerous organizations, governments and industries who are focused on the scientific exploration of UAP. Boasting some 20 PHDs, the organization seeks to scientifically and publicly explore all anomalous phenomena. SCU uses “UAP” to stand for unidentified aerospace phenomena in the broadest sense, including phenomena reported underwater, in the air and in space, as referred to as UAPs, UFOs, USOs and OVNIs. The organization conducts, promotes and encourages the rigorous scientific examination of these phenomena, following scientific principles, methodologies and practices. SCU provides scientific case analysis to support witness cases, other scientific organizations, and government entities seeking reliable facts on this phenomenon. The organization recently published comprehensive papers on flight pattern physics as seen in the USS Nimitz sightings, as well as on the Aguadilla Puerto Rico incident. Specific organization goals include establishing a foundation and resource for credible, objective, scientific, peer-reviewed content on the subject of UAPs; creating partnerships in scientific and technological endeavors related to the UAP phenomenon; establishing partnerships with other scientific organizations, universities, and governments to improve UAP data collection, data dissemination and research, and sponsoring public and networking events to advance communication within the serious research community.
May 9, 2021