Department:Researcher a/o Scientist,Speaker,Special Guest
Passionate about Innovation and the Future MICHALE VAILLANT is a consultant specializing in the investigation of Unidentified Aerospace Phenomena (AOP). He has worked for the last 15 years at GEIPAN, the French Group of Expertise and Information on Unidentified Aerospace Phenomena, a unit of the French National Space Center. Within this service, he participated in the launch of the world's first governmental website providing official testimonies on UAPs.
Over the following years, he worked with six scientists and created a unique software with the mission of aiding in the investigation and analysis of UAPs. This software tool incorporates a methodology to reduce subjectivity and psychological biases, helping investigators to better qualify and evaluate the information collected.
Passionate about understanding the nature of these phenomena, Michael always keeps this question in mind: "How can we advance our knowledge on this subject and help science?" To contribute to this question, he worked on the sidelines of GEIPAN with researchers on studies aimed at better understanding the nature and origin of UAPs. The groups' objective was to formulate hypotheses on the behavior of these phenomena by examining a large number of cases and the analysis of statistical data.
The data draws an ecological and "ecosystemic" vision, where the phenomenon appears correlated with environmental risks, going beyond the mere correlation with nuclear activities often cited. This is the first effective and objective mathematical measurement of such correlation factors, whether for nuclear power or polluted sites (https://arxiv.org/abs/1509.00571). He also worked on the waves of UFO sightings and proposed an interpretation of these within the framework of a spaced learning law, a power law of 2.
In 2023, he launches a new kind of website allowing the public to carry out online an immediate verification of the nature of phenomena observed in the sky : www.uapcheck.com
How to Gain Insight into the Nature and Origin of Unidentified Phenomena
Michael will present the research strategy that he carried out over the past 15 years in order to get a better understanding of Unexplained Aerospace Phenomena.
Using both spatial and temporal data, these analyses allowed new hypotheses to emerge about the nature of UAP. The most symbolic of them - and certainly the most debatable - is the possibility of an Extra-Terrestrial contact around 2035.