Airbus Adds UAPs Into Simulators To Analyse Pilots Due to Air Safety Concerns
 Alien Life & UFO/UAPs
Thursday 20th, June 2024
Unidentified Aerial Phenomena (UAPs) have been introduced into Airbus simulators to analyse pilots' reactions, with a model that forecasts over 80% of the variance in UAP sightings. This research aims to understand how pilots' decisions regarding UAPs could pose risks to aviation safety by examining causal illusions, a cognitive error where individuals perceive non-existent connections between events.

The U.S. Congress acknowledged the recording of 144 Unidentified Flying Objects (UFOs) between 2004 and 2021, as reported by BBC News. The same news network noted that Congress continues to investigate UFOs due to public concern about their potential dangers to society and air safety.

Scientific advancements in astrobiology and space science have significantly progressed in recent decades, reinforcing the hypothesis of intelligent life beyond Earth. For instance, Wright (2021) and McMahon et al. (2018) suggest the possibility of finding fossilised bacteria on Mars. However, societal and cultural associations often link UFO sightings with extraterrestrial origins, creating irrational beliefs and conspiracy theories.

"This relationship is an epistemically unsubstantiated causal attribution and represents an irrational belief or an illusion of causality", explains Matute et al (2015). To differentiate scientific studies from magical beliefs, the term Unidentified Aerial Phenomena (UAPs) is preferred over UFOs.

Airline pilots, considered "professional sky watchers", are particularly vulnerable to UAP sightings. Measuring pilots' causal illusions and perceptual disturbances is crucial for understanding and preventing aircraft accidents. As Bourgeois-Bougrine (2020) notes, "a causal illusion is an inference error, and poor perceptual decisions during the piloting of an aircraft can have catastrophic consequences".

This is just the latest public move by an industry to acknowledge that UAPs are a real threat in their related industry.
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