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Pentagon's UFO office will not investigate 'man-made' UFOs

By T.K. Randall
August 23, 2022 · Comment icon 25 comments

Is there an assumption that these objects are not man-made ? Image Credit: US Navy
The US government's UFO office only seems to be interested in investigating objects of potentially extraterrestrial origin.
Back in July, the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence approved a new draft bill which essentially redefined the term UFO (unidentified flying object) to mean "unidentified aerospace-undersea phenomena" - thus expanding (and simultaneously refining) its definition to better represent the types of objects reported by US Navy pilots off the coast of the United States over the last few years.

What's interesting, however, is what this new definition could mean for the US government's new UFO office.

The term "aerospace-undersea phenomena" refers to what are otherwise known as "transmedium" objects which are defined, according to lawmakers, as objects which "transition between space and the atmosphere, or between the atmosphere and bodies of water."
Such objects would seem exotic by their very nature, but according to reports, this definition also seems to explicitly exclude reports of objects known to be man-made, which - according to the directive - should be "passed to appropriate [DoD] offices."

In other words, the UFO office doesn't seem to be interested in looking into anything thought to have been built by humans.

The implications of this, if true, are striking, as they imply that government officials are operating under the assumption that these "transmedium objects" are likely to be extraterrestrial in nature.

Given their alleged capabilities, it's certainly not outside the realms of possibility that this is indeed the case.

Source: The Hill | Comments (25)

Recent comments on this story
Comment icon #16 Posted by ThereWeAreThen 7 months ago
Well good on you for not saying you know it as a fact. I appreciate that dude!† It's a cool story but I honestly think it's just a story. Would be cool if you're right but sorry I highly doubt it.
Comment icon #17 Posted by Vox 7 months ago
I'll be right, alright ;)
Comment icon #18 Posted by Gumball 7 months ago
You sound like you might know no?
Comment icon #19 Posted by Portre 7 months ago
I can neither confirm nor deny.
Comment icon #20 Posted by Gumball 7 months ago
Then let the word be mum.
Comment icon #21 Posted by MissJatti 7 months ago
If its indentifiable then how do they know its man made?†
Comment icon #22 Posted by Trelane 7 months ago
Well, you just answered that. In this scenario they determined it to be terrestrial, investigation over.
Comment icon #23 Posted by MissJatti 7 months ago
Of course my typo I ment unindentifiable
Comment icon #24 Posted by Zebra3 7 months ago
"In other words, the UFO office doesn't seem to be interested in looking into anything thought to have been built by humans." Wow, thanks for that clearing that up. I fully expected them to be dissecting those tactic air drones that crash land in parks.
Comment icon #25 Posted by Golden Duck 6 months ago
aren't all aquatic animals extra terrestrial?†

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