Three Days Until Official UAP/UFO Report

The US government UAPs task force’s unclassified assessment is not expected until June 25 but the New York Times provided a preview of its contents in an article on June 3.

U.S. Finds No Evidence of Alien Technology in Flying Objects, but Can’t Rule It Out, Either… A new report concedes that much about the observed phenomena remains difficult to explain, including their acceleration, as well as ability to change direction and submerge.

Citing anonymous senior officials familiar with the report’s contents, the NY Times story said that the assessment has come up short of explaining what UAP are and that it provides no evidence to link them with any putative alien visitation—despite reviewing more than 120 incidents from the past 20 years.

Harvard University astrophysicist Avi Loeb says the significance of the UAP Task Force report will depend on the evidence it discloses, which at the moment remains mostly unknown. …“It would be prudent to progress forward with our finest instruments rather than examine past reports. Instead of focusing on documents that reflect decades-old technologies used by witnesses with no scientific expertise, it would be far better to deploy state-of-the-art recording devices, such as cameras or audio sensors, at the sites where the reports came from and search for unusual signals.”

Loeb goes a step further, saying he is willing to sign up to help unravel the UAP/UFO saga.

William Hartmann was a photography consultant and a co-author of the University of Colorado UFO Project’s report Scientific Study of Unidentified Flying Objects. Funded by the U.S. Air Force from 1966 to 1968, that investigative effort was led by physicist Edward Condon, and it had dismal effects on subsequent scientific investigations. The extensive study of UFOs, Condon and his co-authors concluded, is simply not a fruitful field in which to seek major discoveries. None of the photographic evidence Harmann examined could establish anything extraordinary about the observed phenomena and there were a lot of fake photos.

Harmann wants to see multiple, clear photos or detections by witnesses who don’t know each other, from multiple cities, viewing from multiple directions, before getting very excited.

There may also be electromagnetic phenomena in the atmosphere that we still don’t understand.

SOURCES – Scientific American, NY Times
Written by Brian Wang,

6 thoughts on “Three Days Until Official UAP/UFO Report”

  1. "…as far as we know…"

    If the military refuse to tell you what they know, then they might very well have substantial evidence. The fact that they are keeping what they know secret is a fairly strong indication that they actually know something, and their decades-long commitment to secrecy suggests that it is something substantial.

    The credibility of the two interview subjects in the above two interviews pretty much seals the deal.

  2. Small prediction. It’ll be a ‘more of the same thing and yet nothing’ report, echoing the phrase, ‘we still don’t know what they are’.

  3. Well, they are not going to say "it's Aliens", because they have no evidence for that as far as we know, but I want to see some better sensor data that they surely must have and make my own mind up. I do not know why they keep bringing up the electromagnetic phenomena in the atmosphere that we still don’t understand theory as the (many) military witness accounts seem to point to some sort of powered objects. It is easy to make the argument from personal incredulity, but that is not an argument. I want to see evidence that it cannot be swamp gas or whatever other natural phenomena you can think of. Or evidence to the contrary.

  4. Holmes and Watson were on a safari. They stopped and camped for the night. In the middle of the night, Holmes asked Watson: When you look up and see the stars, what does it mean to you? Watson sez: We are either alone, or we are not. Either way, it is astonishing! Holmes sez: True, but it also means someone has stolen our tent.

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