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Hot off the presses! I look over the just-published unclassified report made for Congress about the current state of the military UAP investigations. I found it very enlightening, and encouraging. But don't take my word for it - take a look for yourself..
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8 thoughts on “It’s Official: The Report!”
  1. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Beano N Daddy says:

    In my humble opinion, the UAP's could be China's advanced technology. China seems to be having almost limitless economic, human capital and couldn't be removed from equation. A interstellar craft traveling light years from another star system, will have to break every law of thermodynamics to move faster than light or even reach light speed. It may even require time manipulation Tech to offset the Paradox that arise from light speed travel or faster than light speed. To me it's more plausible the UAP's have an earthly origin such as China, which is an obvious tech giant anyway. The Chinese are also a nation on the rise in comparison to the United States which at the moment after the withdrawal from Afghanistan seems to be a power in decline.

    But I still keep an open mind this could be aliens who have advanced to the point, their understanding of mathematics and physics is beyond anything we can comprehend, thus can either travel vast distances via wormhole, dimensional jumps or faster than light engines.

  2. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Gunni1972 says:

    So, we have them "not confirm or deny" since Broom lake base. (Area 51) Allowing rumours about "mysterious" Airplanes and other flying objects tested there, spread since 70 years. Then they get video footage from a testing and flight training area taken from targeting pods or by Pilot. (one looks like a missile or railgun test, the other one like an IR picture, that could be taken from a wingman position aft of leader. ) But the pilots themselves cannot explain, how they LOST the signals. Did these Objects (the report calls them Phenomenons) accellerate so fast, radar couldn't track? Where was the sonic boom then? the effing vacuum, they would leave for a wake at such speeds? Do we have satellite pics or secondary camera positions? Or do we have experienced Army/Navy/Airforce personnel pranking some rookies?

  3. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Joanne Lowery says:

    Gatwick Airport had 'highly qualified' staff outright state they saw drones over the airport property.
    In the subsequent 3 days, while multiple interested parties used a variety of recording tools, no further UAV were detected, apart from known police multirotors. No video, no radio tracing, no recorded track.

    Despite the lack of recorded data there were more "highly qualified" visual recorded drone intrusions.
    It seems people see what they want to see, even in the face of recorded (or lack there of) evidence.

    That might be considered amusing, were it not for the police arresting a family and detaining them for more than 24 hours, while publicly identifying them. Thousands of passengers were given cause to disparage the couple while passenger flights were disrupted.

    In the end there was zero evidence of drone intrusion.
    But how convenient for Gatwick who happened to have computer issues during the same time frame. Imagine the opprobrium heaped on Gatwick if their computers crashed during the same time frame? How lucky someone saw a drone, and closed down all flights for the next three days!

  4. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Real Hunter says:

    There is only one way this is ever going to be settled once and for all and it is not going to be by making better cameras, radar, coming out with unclassified Pentagon documents or whatever.
    We have every right in the world to do what we would do if a Russian, Chinese, Iranian or any country were invading out airspace. SHOOT THE DAM THINGS DOWN. Use light explosives or no explosives but shoot it down.
    It is a question if we can even do so. But remember we do have pretty powerful laser guns, some already installed on ships. Let's just install them on our planes. Lasers would reach the target at the speed of light instantaneously. They could not outrun them.
    We need to stop all this nonsense and take at least one of them down. You said that they are probably alien drones anyway so let's just shoot it down and stop wasting time.
    Given the power, I would give the order to do so in two seconds with the stipulation that the UFO be hit in such a way that we can recover as much of the craft as possible.
    They are not bothering to communicate with us though they have had years and plenty of opportunity to do so.
    I say strongly that we need to take it to the next step and get serious about taking one down.

  5. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Blue Fish says:

    "The US Navy knows the difference between a bird and something else". Well actually, the report says the opposite! It say that some of the UAPs will likely be categorised as airborne clutter (birds, ballons, etc.). Same for the other items. They are not saying they know the difference; they are saying that in some cases they can't tell the difference! You are reading into the report what you want to hear, rather than what is actually there.

  6. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Anthony X says:

    Another point to consider: over several decades there have been a few waves of interest in UFOs and "official" responses. On a similar cadence (but somewhat offset) there have been reveals of "game changer" military aircraft – the SR-71/YF12A/etc, and the stealth fighter. One might imagine that the current spate and "official" response might be nothing more than a convenient distraction to avert premature disclosure of the US' latest "game changer" warplane.

  7. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Stu N says:

    The report is a classic for what it actually does not say…like what intel came from the US Navy Battle Group Submarines – that for one reason or another, has seen no one (retired or otherwise) has come forward to provide info, on what happened, what what tracked, what was heard etc from the submerged UAP's (as with those who did from surface vessels), and you will note if you read it closely, the report in its text calls for additional funding no fewer that 5 times, one of those calls being 'Congressional'… the other interesting items are the mentions of 'heads' of certain departments that have yet to be recognised as official government agencies…!! perhaps they are not, and at present are set more in the (deniable) realm of private industry…

  8. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Sasha S says:

    Fran it seems the gov are playing wordgames with the word "unidentified" which to them means only those objects they can't identify but doesn't include ET's they know about. The report limits it's scope to only these unidentified objects. This is why the report doesn't include any disclosure of all they know about ET civilisations and their craft which do NOT fall into the category of "unknown" or "unidentified" (from their POV). The original mandate required them to disclose all they know about "unidentified" aerial objects (not those objects they can identify as those originating from ET's they know about). You see? We need an order for them to disclose everything they may know about ET's as opposed to merely objects they know nothing or next to nothing about.

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