Harry Nolan, a pathology professor at Stanford University who has published over 300 scientific publications and possesses four dozen patents, has spent the last 10 years examining brain injury in UFO witnesses.
According to the New York Post, persons who have encountered UFOs frequently suffer from inexplicable brain damage.
Representatives of the Central Intelligence Agency and other American organizations approached Professor Nolan and requested him to join in the study of biological samples from pilots who had encounters with UFOs.
The Americans sought to investigate how an encounter with unfamiliar aircraft phenomena impacts the minds of pilots.
According to Harry Nolan, UFO witnesses exhibit white matter of the brain characteristics similar to those with multiple sclerosis.
“These are the kinds of scars that an MRI may identify.” “These are basically patches of dead tissue that emerge when the immune system assaults the brain matter,” explains Nolan.
The professor reviewed the MRI scans of around 100 patients, many of whom worked for defense and state firms on secret government programs.
“A reasonable fraction of them claimed to have seen UAPs, and some claimed to have been in close proximity to things that made them sick,” Nolan added.
It is uncertain what explains the aberrations discovered in their thinking organs.