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originally posted by: carewemust
Saturday, April 24, 2021
Much speculation about UFO's has been posted in the ATS UFO forum over the years. It appears the United States Government is about to confirm at least one theory... "They ain't ours, but they're real".
JUNE 2021 will bring some level of "disclosure" from the U.S. Government:
Continued at: www.foxnews.com...
The U.S. government is gearing up to share information about the "reality" of UFOs with the public — and not a moment too soon, says the man who claims to have run the Pentagon’s UFO program for 9 years.
Former President Donald Trump’s $2.3 trillion appropriation bill for 2021 contained a mandate that the Pentagon and spy agencies must file a report about "unidentified aerial phenomena" or UAP. Most of us just call them flying saucers or UFOs.
Whatever the jargon, noted whistleblower Luis Elizondo — former head of the Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program, which operated out of the secretive fifth floor of the Pentagon’s C Ring — told The Post about the resulting blockbuster document, which is reportedly slated for release in June.
I think the report will boil down to admitting that the United States didn't build the craft. But will they go so far as to say known human technology could not have constructed them? That would be confirming the existence of mentally superior (non-human?) beings.
We'll know in a couple of months.
I know of no scientist who claims to know everything.
The laws of physics are clearly wrong, which should cause those "scientists" to also humble up and accept they actually do not know everything nor is anything *ever* settled science
originally posted by: Phage
a reply to: JBurns
1) No. Because the videos do not indicate anything resembling what you are talking about.
2) No. Because the videos do not indicate anything resembling what you are talking about.
3) No. Because the videos do not indicate anything resembling what you are talking about.
4) No. Because the videos do not indicate anything resembling what you are talking about.
The videos display nothing extraordinary. No mysterious power source, no wild maneuvers.