I don't believe that the U.S. has in its possession, any type of "alien" machinery.
Firstly, where would we have recovered this from? I find any allegations that a UFO crash could occur, and go unnoticed by the general public to be
dubious at best.
It's obvious to me that the UFO phenomenon is still occurring, but yet there are almost ZERO reports of crashes. So, either the military has gotten
better at recovering downed discs, or the UFO occupants have honed their flying skills over the last 65 years...
I'm also trying to determine how traveling through interstellar/dimensional space, moving at light speed, etc. can be achieved successfully, but a
simple lightning strike or "radar dish" can bring a craft down.
I'm sorry, but it all stinks to high heaven.
I've seen UFOs on two very distinct separate occasions, lest anyone call me a naysayer; however, that being said, I have seen little in the way of
evidence that would suggest that the US Government is in possession of technology from "somewhere else".
A lot of the testimonies are contradictory, and the shady characters involved cast an even darker shadow on the whole affair.
Let's argue that the US *does* have operational alien hardware at its disposal, what's the point of the secrecy? Why not break out some Flying Saucers
and take over the planet? We didn't waste so much as a minute, going from experimental (Trinity) to operational (Hiroshima), and, pardon me for being
smug, but I find nuclear weaponry a more dangerous technological development than a fast-moving aircraft.
The US already outspends its competition by magnitudes militarily, so what's the point of sitting on advanced aeronautical designs for over a
half-century? If we were deep into the research, and had produced functional designs, short of enemy recovery and reverse-engineering, we'd have a 65
year head start. I find it more likely that we have conventional aircraft, albeit of a sufficiently advanced nature, that, say China or Russia could
rip off rather easily, if enough information was divulged.
If we'd been undergoing over a half-century's worth of research into some sort of advanced propulsion system, snatched up from little green men,
shouldn't there be some sort of demonstrable hardware to show for it? Either that, or in 65 years we have gotten absolutely NOWHERE in the research,
so there was no choice but to keep it hidden.
I'm not attempting to be "Debbie Downer", but I haven't seen anything that could fully convince me that the US has recovered alien hardware in its
arsenal. I'm not saying it isn't possible, but there ain't no smoking gun, as far as I'm concerned.
edit on 12-12-2012 by AllenBishop because: Typing on a smartphone is not easy.