A look at the Pentagon’s preliminary UFO report
AUSTIN, Texas – Are we alone in the universe? This is a question many people recently asked after the publication of a flurry of videos and authenticated documents detailing UFOs or UAPs.
Last year’s convention demanded the creation of the report delivered on Friday. Although its lack of conclusions has already been made public, the report still represents an important step in the study of the matter.
The report cited 144 PAN sightings, 80 of which had been detected by multiple sensors, according to the DNI office. Additionally, “a handful” of the documented UAP “appear to demonstrate advanced technology,” according to the report.
“In 18 incidents, described in 21 reports, observers reported unusual movement patterns or flight characteristics of UAPs. Some UAPs appeared to remain stationary in high winds, moving upwind, maneuvering abruptly, or shifting. at considerable speed, with no discernible means of propulsion, “the report says.
“In a small number of cases, military aircraft systems have processed radio frequency (RF) energy associated with PSU observations. The UAPTF has a small amount of data that appears to show the PSU demonstrating acceleration or degree of signature management, ”the report continues.
Ufologist Jane Kyle joins Rebecca Thomas to delve into the Pentagon’s preliminary UFO report.
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