Pentagon Says No Aliens

A just-released report says Pentagon officials responsible for investigating and analyzing reports of unidentified aerial phenomena (UAP) claim they found no evidence of any confirmed sighting of extraterrestrial technology. The All-Domain Anomaly Resolution Office’s (AARO) Historical Record review encompasses all UAP investigations conducted by the U.S. government since 1945, including materials from classified and unclassified archives and interviews.

The AARO also claims there’s no evidence that the US government or private companies have access to extraterrestrial technology, stating most UAP sightings are ordinary objects that are misidentified.

Any alleged UAP reverse-engineering programs either do not exist, are misidentified national security programs unrelated to extraterrestrial technology exploitation, or resolve to a disestablished program. Of the unsolved reports, AARO believes that most of these cases could be identified and resolved as ordinary objects if better data were available.

In 2023, the DOD said it would serve as a “a one-stop shop for all publicly available information” on the topic. Yet reports still come in… and not from individuals who live near lava plugs. For example, a recent report in February 2024 is from an American Airlines pilot who reported a sighting on his flight to Phoenix. See coverage here.

I’m not claiming there are or aren’t… just that maybe the topic, if it was true, might be uncomfortable for the government, while citizens aren’t sure the denials since 1945 are necessarily fact. What do you believe?

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