Last week, it was reported that Unidentified Anomalous Phenomena (UAP) were observed at India’s Kudankulam Nuclear Power Plant. According to Senior Science reporter Matthew Phelan, Indian Police Service investigator Syed Abdul Kader witnessed “odd aerial lights above” the nuclear facility “more than 10 times last summer.” Concerned, Kader urged the Indian government to take UAP “sightings near its nuclear facilities more seriously.”

Indeed, reported UAP activity around nuclear facilities is concerning and should be taken more seriously. But such activity is not particularly new. No, UAP activity related to nuclear assets dates back to the dawn of the Atomic Age. However, more troubling than even this are the accounts of UAP fiddling around with the atomic warfare assets of global superpowers.

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