These objects are out there, but we still don't know exactly what they are. Image Credit: US Navy
Officials briefed on the US government's UFO report have revealed details of what we can expect to see.
Back at the end of last year, an obscure 'committee comment' attached to the intelligence authorization act required the secretary of defence and director of national intelligence to file a detailed report on what the US knows about the subject of UFOs with a particular emphasis on sightings of unidentified objects by US Navy pilots during exercises off the east coast.
While a public version of the report isn't due until later this month, officials who have been briefed on its contents have already revealed what they know.
According to the report, an analysis of 120 incidents involving UAPs (unidentified aerial phenomena) over the past decade has revealed that these were not cases of secretive United States military (or other agency) technologies that have been mistaken for UFOs.
The report also seems to conflict itself by claiming that there is no evidence that these objects are extraterrestrial in nature, yet concludes that, at things stand, they remain completely unexplained.
We may be able to find out a bit more once the public version of the report is released, but in the meantime it seems that at the very least, there is no denying that these objects are real and even government officials seem to have little clue as to what they actually are.
The fact of the matter however is that they must be coming from somewhere.
Could these objects be evidence of foreign powers operating technologically advanced vehicles ? If so, should the US government not be taking them more seriously ?
As for the claim that there is no evidence that they are extraterrestrial in nature - it would certainly be interesting to see on what basis such a conclusion was reached.
How do you even rule out such a possibility, especially if the objects are unexplained ?
The unclassified version of the report is expected to be released on June 25th.
Source: The Independent | Comments (281)
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