It’s been a year since the Pentagon admitted that UFO sightings are more than just drones and satellites. Unidentified flying objects, or unidentified aerial phenomena as they are now called, have a task force and enlisted people in the government dedicated to tracking these possible alien spaceships.
But as combat veteran Luis Elizondo said 60 minutes, the US government and the public are “moving on”. Now the Department of Defense could openly assess the threat level from other intelligent life in the cosmos. In fact, they’ve been evaluating for years whether UFOs are the start of an alien invasion Men in black style!
Let’s see if the government thinks UFO sightings are something the public should be concerned about.
‘I’m not telling you it doesn’t sound crazy. What I’m telling you is real, ”Luis Elizondo, a 20-year veteran of covert military intelligence operations, says of UFOs. “What is it? What are the intentions? What are the options?” https://t.co/N8Z0JM2tH5 pic.twitter.com/fVUZ3hQaIq
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Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program
Luis Elizondo was a combat veteran serving in Afghanistan when the Pentagon asked him to join a special task force in 2008. That task force was the Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program, and it was what was on the screen: a defense program with the stated mission of assessing if, if, and when UFOs would attack Earth.
Elizondo told me 60 minutes about the purpose of the Threat ID program, simply referred to as A-tip. “A-tip’s mission was quite simple. It was intended to collect and analyze information related to anomalous aircraft. Elizondo went on to explain what John Q Public calls UFOs, the military called UAPs.
Does A-tip still exist?
The US military said they lowered the Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program in 2012, but other reports indicate it could still go ahead. A New York Times 2017 article indicated that the program was merely turned over to the Navy and renamed the Unidentified Aerial Phenomenon Task Force.
The official story for the task force going ahead – and for that, transferring some of our tax dollars – was the existence of some UFO sightings captured on sonar by the Navy. Said UFOs were filmed over the Pacific Ocean and seemed to move as if they were out of this world before flying away.
The Navy claimed that the UFOs could be enemy aircraft, which was their stated reason for continuing their task force UFO sightings. However, senior astronomer Seth Shostak speculated that this “enemy plane” isn’t necessarily from Earth.
Threat from alien invasion
Shostak is not the first astronomer to put forward the theory that UFO sightings could be aliens, let alone aliens are real. Stephen Hawking stated in a Discovery Channel program, “If aliens ever came to visit us, I think the outcome would be much like when Christopher Columbus first landed in America, which didn’t work out very well for the Indians.”
Other astro scientists are sure that alien life is possible, and therefore UFO sightings could be aliens, but they wonder why super intelligent life would be interested in dull little people. “I wonder if we have indeed been observed by aliens and upon close examination of human and human behavior they have concluded that there is no sign of intelligent life on Earth,” explained Neil DeGrasse Tyson. Business insider.
Tyson further explained, “You don’t walk past the worm on the street and say, ‘Gosh, I wonder what he’s thinking.” No, you step on the worm. ” Au!
Scientific postulation aside, a Gallup poll revealed that a majority of Americans claimed they believe the government knows more than they say about aliens, even though only 33% of people said they believe UFO sightings are or could be.
Whether we will confirm our suspicions that UFO sightings are alien invaders – or explorers for an intergalactic superhighway – is still in the air. Do you think UFO sightings are aliens? Let us know in the comments!
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