No one has been able to explain more than half of the UFO encounters in the last year. And in 2021 and 2022 there have been an increasing number of UFO sightings. This is one of the surprising facts outlined in the Senate Intel report done by the Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI) and submitted to Congress.
The U.S. is acknowledging more than ever that UFOs, now known as Unidentified Aerial Phenomena, need to be investigated.
NASA recently pulled 16 space scientists together for an expanded study of UFOs. We know that “they” are out there. We just don’t know what “they” are.
Senate Intel Report describes classified UFOs
The 22-page report details 366 cases of UFO encounters in 2021. And alleges that more than 150 of them remain unexplained.
In an interview, Daily Mail reporter Josh Boswell explains that “The sources that I have been telling me they just don’t know what these things are. You know, there’s a proportion of these cases, 366 in this classified report, that’s going to Congress probably tomorrow that are explained, that are Chinese drones, for example.”
“The unexplained ones just have no clue, because these things are moving in ways that we just don’t understand. At hypersonic speeds, and then they just turn on a dime. I mean, it’s incredible,” Boswell said.
Due to the prevalence of the stigma and retaliation against those who report encounters with extraterrestrial objects, it is becoming harder to do so, with an increased frequency.
The Department of Defense (DoD) has acknowledged the importance of addressing the issue of UFOs and aviation safety.
For decades, commercial pilots did not report UFO sightings for fear of retaliation. Those who did report were often penalized on the job or at the very least stigmatized for their encounters with UAPs. NOTE: The above image is real but from an Australian case file.
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