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Home & Garden
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Aliens and UFOs
Scientists Want You to Say 'UAPs', Not 'UFOs'
UFOs and UAPs both refer to unidentified objects in the sky, but scientists prefer the term UAP. And that's because when we hear UFO, we automatically assume aliens.