UFOs have always existed since, by definition, any object in the air that you can’t identify is one of them.
As has often been said, even by people who know the most about the phenomenon, most sightings can be explained away. Yet anyone who has done any research knows that a large, stubborn, significant collection of them have always defied easy explanation. Moreover, the paper trail they’ve left in our government files is crystal clear that our representatives actually have tried to understand them from the beginning. They have always suspected them of being exotic technology, particularly because they knew we didn’t make them.
The news is that there are signs that some official change in policy seems to be in the works for reasons that aren’t any more clear than the origin of the UFOs themselves. The most significant development in years, of course, is the release of those three videos from the United States Navy — Gimbal, Go Fast and Flir — first described in the New York Times in December 2017. Then, last year, there’s been the shocking confirmation by the Department of Defense that the videos are legit, and that the images are unexplained and the reactions by pilots are authentic. And this year, no later than June 25, 2021, the intelligence community has been mandated by Congress to turn over a report on UAP to the Senate Intelligence Committee.
As Stephen Stills wrote in his classic song For What It’s Worth, “Something’s happening here. What it is ain’t exactly clear.”
Estimate of the Situation
If you haven’t spent some time reviewing the thousands of high-quality sightings, pilot encounters, police and military witnesses and radar confirmations, you should. It’s beyond the scope of this essay to take this on. What we can say is that there’s definitely a there…