UFOs have been a conspiracy theorist’s bread and butter for decades at this point and it turns out that they might not have been completely wrong. A recent report from the United States Congress has now, in a roundabout way, confirmed that not all UFOs (or Unidentified Aerial Phenomenons [UAPs]) are man-made.
So, aliens are real? Let’s look at what was said.
In a follow-up report to the Intelligence Authorisation Act for Fiscal Year 2023, two claims are made that have both conspiracy theorists and the media in a frenzy.
First, is that they state “cross-domain transmedium threats to the United States national security are expanding exponentially.”
“Cross-domain transmedium threats” are vehicles that, according to lawmakers, “transition between space and the atmosphere, or between the atmosphere and bodies of water” in ways we don’t understand or are able to replicate.
The second statement is that the U.S. government wants to begin “distinguishing between man-made UAPs and ones that aren’t man-made.”
Taking these statements in isolation suggests that there are possible threats from foreign objects, and they “are expanding exponentially.” The Pentagon in response has opened an office specifically aimed at assessing any potential safety risks from these objects. This office is called the All-domain Anomaly Resolution Office (AARO). The real question is why bother to create a new office if non man-made UFOs don’t actually exist?
Why has the U.S. government done this after years of denial? We can’t be sure. However, Marik von Rennenkampff, a Department of Defence official during the Obama administration wrote in The Hill:
It should be noted that no one has actually said that these are aliens, but nobody has really denied it either.
Even NASA administrator, Bill Nelson, suggested that UFOs encountered by military aircrews recently have otherworldly origins. NASA itself is even undergoing a unprecedented scientific study of UFOs.
Weirdly enough, UFOs are no longer a joke, and there are significant government resources going into researching the phenomenon, which is why people have begun to question why the government would bother if they weren’t real or at least suspected to be real?
What do you think?
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