Dr. Jensine Andresen, an expert in religious studies and anthropology, highlights concerns about the UFO narrative’s exploitation for financial gain in her new book, “Hyperconflation.” Andresen examines the roles of various start-up corporations, their board members, and funding entities in the pursuit of UAP (Unidentified Aerial Phenomena) investigation. Key individuals are identified, including Kirsten Bartok Touw, a “Special Government Employee” at the Office of Strategic Capital, who has conflicting interests across tech companies, military contractors, and other significant roles. Andresen’s research raises ethical concerns about conflicts of interest, lack of transparency, and the utilization of artificial intelligence for data collection and analysis in UAP investigation. A recent update on Crunchbase also sparked questions over the funding of Enigma Labs, with inconsistencies and corrections noted.

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