By Duncan Smith
If there were some intergalactic civilization capable of traveling until hundreds or thousands of light-years to Earth with intent to harm us, nothing else we are currently dealing with would matter much, would it?
Of course not.
Well, after a long-awaited congressionally mandated report on said intergalactic civilization, we’re not any closer to finding out whether one exists and whether it has sent ‘craft’ to our planet to scope us out.
Even though everyone appears to know that’s likely the case.
The Hill reports:
The U.S. government has encountered more than 140 of what it calls unidentified aerial phenomena (UAP), more commonly known as UFOs, according to an unclassified intelligence report released Friday.
Of the 144 such encounters since 2004, just one was identified with high confidence while the others remain a mystery, the Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI) said in a report sent to Congress.
The report offered several possible explanations for the sightings, including airborne clutter, natural atmospheric phenomena, top secret U.S. government programs and foreign adversary systems. But it also left open the door to 'other' explanations.
'There are probably multiple types of UAP requiring different explanations based on the range of appearances and behaviors described in the available reporting,' the report said.
'Although most of the UAP described in our dataset probably remain unidentified due to limited data or challenges to collection processing or analysis, we may require additional scientific knowledge to successfully collect on, analyze and characterize some of them,' it added.
'For years, the men and women we trust to defend our country reported encounters with unidentified aircraft that had superior capabilities, and for years their concerns were often ignored and ridiculed,' Senate Intelligence Committee vice chair Marco Rubio (R-Fla.), who championed the reporting requirement, said in a statement Friday.
'This report is an important first step in cataloging these incidents, but it is just a first step,' he added. 'The Defense Department and Intelligence Community have a lot of work to do before we can actually understand whether these aerial threats present a serious national security concern.'
In a word, bullshit.
There is no way these craft are from our planet. They are too fast, too agile, and able to move above and below water in ways that defy all of our known laws of physics.
Here’s more from the guy who knows the most about this, Luis Elizondo, who ran the Pentagon’s years-long program that investigated these phenomenon.
And oh, by the way, Elizondo says the U.S. isn’t the only country seeing these things.
And this — where Elizondo says he ‘believes’ the U.S. government is in possession of ‘exotic’ materials from one or more of these craft:
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