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Some more UFO stuff
George Knap's take on the new report.
This is it... the Pentagon's Official Report came out on Friday (25th June) and I -for one, need to see what they've
discovered. Personally, I can't find any explanation for sightings.

Quote:UFO report: US finds no explanation for sightings

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Serious UFO Researchers..

'The US government has said it has no explanation for dozens of unidentified flying objects seen by military pilots.
A Pentagon report released on Friday says of 144 reports made about the phenomena since 2004, all but one
remain unexplained.

It does not rule out the possibility that the objects are extra-terrestrial. Congress demanded the report after the US
military reported numerous instance of objects seen moving erratically in the sky.

The Pentagon then established the Unidentified Aerial Phenomena Task Force last August to look into the reports.
The group's job was to "detect, analyse and catalogue" these events, as well as to "gain insight" into the "nature and
origins" of UFOs, the Pentagon said.

Did the report reveal anything new?
The interim report released on Friday said most of the 144 reported cases of the "unidentified aerial phenomena" (UAP),
came in the last two years, after the US Navy put in place a standardised reporting mechanism.
In 143 of the reported cases, they "lack sufficient information in our dataset to attribute incidents to specific explanations".
Crucially, it said there were "no clear indications that there is any non-terrestrial explanation" for the aircraft, but also did
not rule it out.

UAP "probably lack a single explanation", the report said. Some could be technologies from another nation like China or
Russia, others could be natural atmospheric phenomena like ice crystals that could register on radar systems, while the
report also suggested some could be "attributable to developments and classified programs by US entities".

The one case they could identify "with high confidence" was identified as "a large, deflating balloon", the report said.
It added that the UAP posed "a clear safety of flight issue and may pose a challenge to US national security".
The taskforce is now "looking for novel ways to increase collection" of reports and gather more information, adding that
"additional funding" could "further study of the topics laid out in this report".

What evidence is there?
The US Department of Defense released videos of the UAPs in April 2020. It said they had been filmed by the US Navy.
In a CBS News 60 Minutes episode last month, two former Navy pilots discussed seeing an object in the Pacific Ocean
that appeared to mirror their movements.

One pilot described it as a "little white Tic-Tac-looking object", referring to the white oblong mints.
"And that's exactly what it looked like, except it was travelling very fast and very erratically and we couldn't anticipate which
way it was going to turn or how it was manoeuvring the way that it was, or the propulsion system," witness and former Navy
pilot Alex Dietrich told BBC News.

"It didn't have any apparent smoke trail or propulsion. It didn't have any apparent flight control surfaces to manoeuvre in the
way that it was manoeuvring."...'
tinysure Put the phenomena back in the box of media-hype... maybe next year we can do it again, huh?

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(06-26-2021, 09:53 PM)Mystic Wanderer Wrote:
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A great report.  Forgive me if this has been posted previously. 

Reported UFO sightings: From Area 51 to flashing green pyramids in the sky
(06-26-2021, 11:06 PM)Mystic Wanderer Wrote: A great report.  Forgive me if this has been posted previously. 

Reported UFO sightings: From Area 51 to flashing green pyramids in the sky

(From Mystic's link writing about Roswell)
'The UFO theory disappeared until the 1970s when it was revived by media reports and drew widespread attention...'

Bullsh*t...! Another example of modern eyes looking at something from the past and damaging that history by poor
Journalistic interpretation. (I mean no insult to The Mystic Wanderer, of course!)

'The Roswell Incident' -written by William L. Moore and Charles Berlitz,  was published in 1980 and due to its chosen
narrative, eventually caught the attention of the public. The story was mainly a local tale simply and because of the
global communication of 1947 -such as newspapers, radio and television were the dominant conduits. Little-town
stories were not deemed worthy to be broadcast around the world at a time when WW1 peace treaties were being
signed in France and the Cold War is just getting started!

Here we have The Telegraph implying that 'the world' knew of the Roswell (Corona) crash, when in reality, most of the
world had never even heard of the State -never mind the actual location of the ranch where William 'Mac' Brazel used to
manage his sheep-grazing. To call it a ranch was a stretch too, it actually belonged to someone called J.B. Foster and
had none of the amenities we take for granted today.

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Some of the crash debris was stored in this structure.
(The property was recently transferred to the ownership of the Dinwiddie Cattle Co.
owned by Thomas Dinwiddie in late November of 2019.)

The tempting narrative of the book evolved over the years, but the sloppy Journalism when reviewing such publications
tends to omit simple factors that could dissolve the MSM's tendency to poo-poo such occurrences. The legacy media didn't
reopen the Roswell incident in the seventies, the story was mainly only found in the dubious UFO magazines that circulated
at that time.

But something very unusual did happen did occur on that piece of scrubland and a lot of serious people were involved
in telling the public that Brazel couldn't tell the difference between an everyday downed chunk of equipment (that may
have had a reward attached in finding it) and a specialised vehicle from another planet.

I offer a link to a Rogue Nation thread from 2020 for a reader to look at the elementary 'facts' of the incident and my
own possible explanations. Mac Brazel & The Debris:

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UFO's are real and they know that.
They don't like the fact that questions are being asked and people are seeing UFOs nearly every day or night and most people (With A Brain) believe in Aliens and that we were NOT created by One Being but by a Race of Beings and that others are out there watching us.
Sorry, just my humble opinion  tinybigeyes
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Quote:UFOs exist that appear to display technology the United States does not possess and lacks the ability to defend against,
according to a former intelligence chief.

John Ratcliffe, who served as former President Donald Trump’s final director of national intelligence and oversaw the nation’s 18 spy
agencies, made the observation while offering insight into a declassified report on “unidentified aerial phenomena,” which was released
by the Office of the Director of National Intelligence on Friday.

The long-anticipated but very brief document discussed 144 reports of UFOs originating from U.S. government sources between 2004
and 2021. Eighty were observed with multiple different sensors, and most reports described the UFOs as objects that interrupted
preplanned military training or other military operations.

The ODNI report said “a handful” of the UFOs “appear to demonstrate advanced technology” and “in 18 incidents, described in 21
reports, observers reported unusual UAP movement patterns or flight characteristics.” Parts of the assessment also remain classified.

In giving his first public reaction to the unclassified ODNI report since its release, Ratcliffe told Fox News host Dan Bongino for a
Saturday episode of Unfiltered that UFOs are a matter of national security and stressed that the real number of UFOs that have
been observed remains unknown to the public.

“That report started while I was the DNI. I was hoping to get it out, or some version of it out, before I left. Getting that information
out to a declassified public level was difficult, but I’m actually glad that there’s a report out there,” Ratcliffe said.
“Look, the bottom line is, unidentified aerial phenomena — many, many cases we’re able to explain it away for reasons like visual
disturbances, or weather phenomenon, or foreign adversaries and their technologies, or even our own experimental technologies
with certain aircraft and vehicles, but what this report really underscores … is that there are a number of instances — and the specific
number remains classified — but a number of instances where we’ve ruled all of that out.”

Ratcliffe added: “And there are technologies that we don’t have and frankly that we are not capable of defending against — based
on those things that we’ve seen, multiple sensors, in other words, where not just people visually see it but where it’s picked up on
radar, where it’s seen on satellites.

And so, you know, it’s an issue of national security, and as the person who was informing policymakers about national security threats,
it’s not good to say, ‘Gosh, we don’t have good answers.’ And so, we have to have a larger discussion to try and figure out specifically
what this is all about.”


The ODNI report, which was labeled as an unclassified "preliminary assessment," came after the Defense Department announced in
August it had approved the creation of an Unidentified Aerial Phenomena Task Force. The Senate Intelligence Committee wrote up
a 180-day directive for such a disclosure that was included in the $2.3 trillion coronavirus relief and government funding bill that
Trump signed into law in December.

“Some UAP appeared to remain stationary in winds aloft, move against the wind, maneuver abruptly, or move at considerable speed,
without discernable means of propulsion. In a small number of cases, military aircraft systems processed radio frequency energy
associated with UAP sightings.

The UAPTF holds a small amount of data that appear to show UAP demonstrating acceleration or a degree of signature management,"
the intelligence community said on Friday.
“We were able to identify one reported UAP with high confidence,” but “the others remain unexplained," the assessment also said.
The ODNI declined to draw firm conclusions on the UFOs themselves.

"There are probably multiple types of UAP requiring different explanations based on the range of appearances and behaviors described
in the available reporting," the intelligence community assessment contended. "Our analysis of the data supports the construct that if
and when individual UAP incidents are resolved they will fall into one of five potential explanatory categories: airborne clutter, natural atmospheric phenomena, U.S. government or U.S. industry developmental programs, foreign adversary systems, and a catchall 'other'

The intelligence community warned that “some UAP may be technologies deployed by China, Russia, another nation, or a
non-governmental entity.” And when discussing its “other” category, the ODNI stated: “We would group such objects in
this category pending scientific advances that allowed us to better understand them.
The UAPTF intends to focus additional analysis on the small number of cases where a UAP appeared to display unusual flight
characteristics or signature management.”

UFOs “would also represent a national security challenge if they are foreign adversary collection platforms or provide evidence
a potential adversary has developed either a breakthrough or disruptive technology," the ODNI said.

"UAPTF concentrated its review on reports that occurred between 2004 and 2021 … Most of the UAP reported probably do represent
physical objects given that a majority of UAP were registered across multiple sensors, to include radar, infrared, electro-optical, weapon
seekers, and visual observation," the report added.

Former Obama CIA Director John Brennan said on a podcast in December that "some of the phenomena we’re going to be seeing continues
to be unexplained and might, in fact, be some type of phenomenon that is the result of something that we don’t yet understand and that
could involve some type of activity that some might say constitutes a different form of life."
The possibility of the UFOs being of extraterrestrial origin was not mentioned in the ODNI report.


Sen. Marco Rubio, a Florida Republican who chaired the Senate Intelligence Committee when it requested the ODNI report on UFOs,
said on Friday that “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.”

Last year, videos from the Navy were released through the Freedom of Information Act that showed UFOs appearing to move at
incredible speeds and performing impressive aerial maneuvers. Since then, the Pentagon confirmed the authenticity of numerous
other videos that it said it was investigating, though it had not said what conclusions it had reached about them.
Great video and yes I remember watching it. So, I'll watch it again as soon as I get time today.
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Some more eye witnesses and even some the LA Marzulli website where he has just released a new film for free
Richard Dolan's take on the report with some interesting comments.
Yes Mr. Dolan, everyone was expecting a little more.
This report is nothing, it is a report of the video from the US Navy encounters and some old sightings of citizens.
They gave us nothing except what most of us already new.
The report I thought was Plain and Pointless.

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(07-02-2021, 04:41 PM)guohua Wrote: Yes Mr. Dolan, everyone was expecting a little more.
This report is nothing, it is a report of the video from the US Navy encounters and some old sightings of citizens.
They gave us nothing except what most of us already new.
The report I thought was Plain and Pointless.


Yeah, people be like... "Honey, did you see the UFO report?"

"Yes, Dear."

"Ahhh.  Honey, have you seen my shoes? I need to mow the lawn."  

A Big Nothing Burger!
Very interesting video, that one military person said he say them everyday for two years out in the Atlantic Ocean and the other mention all records of an encounter in 2004 was deleted.
There has to be definitely deep sea and ocean bases. 
They are here and they are staying and I don't see them as a Threat, but then I also believe they assist us with our Secret Space Program and we are also out there with them.
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