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Monday, December 19, 2022

So far, there has been no evidence of space aliens in the Pentagon's UFO investigation


 

There is currently no evidence to suggest that extraterrestrials have visited Earth or crash-landed here, despite the Pentagon's recent effort to investigate UFO reports.


Senior military leaders stated on Friday that the latest effort by the Pentagon to investigate reports of UFOs has not yet produced any evidence to suggest that aliens have visited Earth or crash landed here.


However, they claim that hundreds of new reports were generated as a result of the Pentagon's efforts to investigate anomalous, unidentified objects, whether they were in space, the air, or even underwater.


However, they have yet to observe anything that suggests intelligent alien life.


Ronald Moultrie, the undersecretary of defense for intelligence and security, stated, "I have not seen anything in those holdings to date that would suggest that there has been an alien visitation, an alien crash, or anything like that."


The Pentagon's newly established All-domain Anomaly Resolution Office (AARO) director, Sean Kirkpatrick, stated that he was taking a scientific approach to the investigation and did not rule out the possibility of extraterrestrial life.


“All I can say is that we are structuring our analysis to be extremely thorough and exacting. We will go through everything," Kirkpatrick expressed, talking at the principal news meeting since AARO was laid out in July.


"And I will follow that data and science wherever it goes because I am a physicist and must adhere to the scientific method."


The mission of AARO is to assist in identifying potential threats to the safety of U.S. military operations and national security by focusing on unexplained activity in close proximity to military installations, restricted airspace, and "other areas of interest."


More than 140 instances of what the U.S. military officially refers to as "unidentified aerial phenomena," or UAPs, have been observed since 2004 as documented in a government report from the previous year.


The report stated that all of the listed sightings, with the exception of one that was attributed to a large, deflating balloon, remain unsolved and will require additional investigation.


The report found that there was insufficient evidence to determine whether the remaining 143 cases were the result of an exotic aerial system developed by a foreign power like China or Russia or by a commercial or government entity in the United States.


The Pentagon's previously released video of mysterious UAPs showed some of them in the 2021 report. These mysterious objects had a speed and maneuverability that were faster than what is known about aviation technology, but they did not have any visible means of propulsion or flight-control surfaces.


According to Kirkpatrick, since then, several hundred additional cases have been documented. A senior Navy official stated in May that the total number of reported cases had already reached 400, but the precise figure will be revealed soon.


In its annual defense policy bill this week, Congress focused on the new Pentagon push. The legislation, which President Joe Biden has not yet signed, requires the Pentagon to prepare a report on the history of the United States government's response to unidentified flying objects (UFOs) dating back to 1945.


Kirkpatrick acknowledged, "That is going to be quite a research project," that Congress wanted AARO to investigate all records, even those that are so highly classified that few people are aware of them.


Project Blue Book, an earlier investigation by the Air Force that ended in 1969, compiled a list of 12,618 sightings, 701 of which involved objects that were officially classified as "unidentified."


The Air Force said in 1994 that it had finished a study to find records about the New Mexico "Roswell incident" of 1947. It stated that the materials found near Roswell were consistent with a balloon that had crashed, which is the military's long-standing explanation, and that there were no records indicating that alien bodies or extraterrestrial materials had been found.

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