UF-No: The Evidence for Alien Spaceships Is Not Holding Up

David Axe Security, Some encounters, though, remain unexplained — and could be revolutionary for human civilization. Key Point: From 2007 to 2012, a small team of military investigators looked into sightings of unidentified flying objects—yes, UFOs—from an office deep inside the Pentagon. The Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program, championed by former U.S. senator Harry Reid, paid contractors to analyze close encounters between military pilots and mysterious airborne objects. Some of those close encounters probably involved secret military prototype front-line pilots didn’t know exist. Others, however, remain unexplained — and could be revolutionary for human civilization. “Just because something’s unexplained doesn’t mean that it’s extraterrestrial, of course, but I never say never,”  Nick Pope, who ran the British military’s own UFO investigative unit in the early 1990s, told me via email. “Extraterrestrial visitation might be unlikely, but if a single case turned out to be true, it would be a game-changer.” Recommended: 1.2 Million Casualties: If North Korea Attacked Los Angeles with a Nuclear Weapon Recommended: Uzi: The Israeli Machine Gun That Conquered the World Recommended: The M4: The Gun U.S. Army Loves to Go to War With One 2004 incident, in particular, has befuddled skeptics. Two U.S. Navy fighter pilots flying…

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UF-No: The Evidence for Alien Spaceships Is Not Holding Up

Updated: July 28, 2021 — 10:27 am