Scientific Observations and Physical Hypotheses, Danger Evaluation for Aviation and Future Observational Plans: By Massimo Teodorani, Ph.D.
Spherical unidentified anomalous phenomena (UAP), of both plasma and solid-like
kinds, have been often observed in the world. Several monitoring campaigns have
permitted us to know some structural properties and the time behavior of such objects. On the basis of what has been observed so far, of the deduced constants characterizing the phenomenon, and of the consequent physical working hypotheses that resulted, possible dangers to aviation are examined from several point of view of physical science by taking into account both a natural and an artificial nature of this kind of UAP. A systematic instrumented observational plan is proposed, involving both recurrence areas and time flaps of the phenomenon itself.