The official US intelligence document on Unidentified Flying Objects (UFOs) or Unidentified Aerial Phenomena (UAP) is in the pipeline: it should be delivered to Congress on 25 June. The New York Times has published an anticipation of it, which essentially ratifies what has already been expressed, but adding elements that do not close the story.
The report, as reported by the NYT, establishes in fact that “there is no proof” that the aerial phenomena that have military air and sea personnel as witnesses are attributable to “alien spaceships”. But, always evaluating the testimonies, “it is not even possible to exclude it”. And he points out that “this is not American technology”. A key element because according to the direct testimonies of military personnel, UAPs display behavior that is unreproducible from known military and civil aircraft. The report also examines incidents involving foreign military, and intelligence believes that “at least some of the aerial phenomena could be experimental technology from a rival power, most likely Russia or China.” Countries that have hypersonic speed technology, recorded in a series of 120 “accidents” of which, given the other characteristics, the explanations remain elusive. But according to the report, however, they have nothing to do with US technology. And with that of hypothetical aliens? There is no evidence. But not even proof that this is not the case.
In short, an intricate scenario, especially for national security. Considering that the behavior of UAP appears as something impossible to known aircraft, with sudden vertical and horizontal accelerations, speeds significantly higher than those of military fighters, time spent in the air unattainable for drones, even phenomena of sudden disappearance and reappearance in different areas of the airspace according to what the pilots tell. An indecipherable phenomenon beyond military control, something that appears much closer to science fiction than to technology. And of which US intelligence admits it knows nothing, just as former President Obama recently said on TV: “There are films and recordings of objects in the skies that we don’t know exactly what they are.”
The official report on UFOs is therefore a replica of what has already been experienced by the American Defense at the same time as the release of the videos arrived from the Omaha ship and filmed off San Diego. The Ufo (or Uap) phenomenon exists, it is real, but it does not (yet) have an explanation. A persistent ambiguity that does not allow to define an origin of the phenomenon or even an explanation for the aerial activities (and also maritime activities, in the case of transmedia objects) recorded by the military. A mystery that Congress will likely have to make decisions about after the report. t.t.