If it looks like a duck, and it quacks like a duck, guess what?
It’s probably a duck.
We can sit here and sift through the ridiculous claims that these are foreign drones, balloons, swamp gas, or secret U.S. black projects, but none of those explanations seem to hold up.
Here’s something that comes as a bit of a shocker: according to The Pentagon’s recent report on UFO’s, pretty much every single sighting defies explanation.
They could only identify one sighting out of over 140 reports.
Let that sink in for a second….
Now I’m not going to sit here and tell you that I am 100% certain these things come from another world, but I am 90% certain they do.
The likelihood that we or someone else has been making these secret craft, and really putting them to no good use for 70 years is crazy.
We spend billions if not trillions on defense and aerospace contracts every year, and those contracts include things like the F-35—a conventional fighter jet.
China spends a great deal of its time trying to steal that tech from us.
You really think that we, or anyone else has craft that defy the laws of physics, and we choose instead to preoccupy ourselves with making, and in the case of foreign adversaries stealing conventional jet technology?
Like I said, if it looks like a duck, and it quacks like a duck it’s probably a duck.
Here are the latest reports:
NPR revealed some of the findings of the report:
A U.S. government report on UFOs says it found no evidence of aliens but acknowledged 143 reports of “unidentified aerial phenomena” since 2004 that could not be explained.
The report was released Friday by the Office of the Director of National Intelligence with substantial input from the military. The study is part of the most significant public effort so far to deal with decades of speculation, rumor and unhinged conspiracy theories about UFOs.
Some of the most intriguing cases come from Navy pilots who reported seeing UFOs — and filming some of them — off the East Coast of the U.S. over a period of months in 2014 and 2015.
The pilots, including some who have spoken publicly, say the mystery objects moved with exceptional speed, agility and acceleration that they had never seen before. And in some incidents, the pilots said the objects went underwater.
"Are we alone? Personally, I don't think we are."
NASA Administrator Bill Nelson says he has read the classified version of the US intelligence report on the series of UFO sightings by Navy pilots and others. https://t.co/ixa68pVUjE pic.twitter.com/b7feDlz3Y1
— CNN (@CNN) June 29, 2021
Retired Navy Lieutenant Commander Alex Dietrich was among several aviators from aircraft carrier USS Nimitz involved in a 2004 encounter with an unknown aircraft. As the U.S. government prepares to issue a report on UFOs, Dietrich recalls her experience https://t.co/pINcdXMFsh pic.twitter.com/19IQpgcpNB
— Reuters (@Reuters) June 25, 2021
The Epoch Times also added this:
The report was issued by the Office of the Director of National Intelligence (DNI) in conjunction with a U.S. Navy-led UAP task force, and cited the 11 “documented instances in which pilots reported near misses with a UAP” as examples of current “ongoing airspace concerns.” Aviators are required to report such concerns upon encountering safety hazards, it notes.
“UAP pose a hazard to safety of flight and could pose a broader danger if some instances represent sophisticated collection against U.S. military activities by a foreign government or demonstrate a breakthrough aerospace technology by a potential adversary,” the report reads.
It added, however, that defense and intelligence analysts lack sufficient data to determine the nature of UAP observed by military pilots, outlining that they could belong to explanatory categories such as foreign adversary systems, natural atmospheric phenomena, or “other,” amid the public speculations of extraterrestrial technology as a possible explanation in some cases.