US’S PENTAGON IS GETTING A DELUGE OF MONTHLY UFO SIGHTING REPORTS
I’m not sure what to make of this news, that the Pentagon in the United States is getting an increasing deluge of UFO sighting reports in recent months. And it’s only going to get worse, rather soon. Is it because more people are looking up into the sky? Or is it that there are more weather balloons floating around these days. And let’s consider how many drones are flying around these days. Just ten years ago, there were almost no drones compared to today. But not to make a conspiracy theory statement, it’s worth noting that of the dozens of these reported sightings each month, not all of them are drones or weather balloons.
AS THE PENTAGON MAKES IT EASIER TO SUBMIT UFO SIGHTING REPORTS, THE NUMBERS WILL EXPLODE EVEN MORE
So why will these UFO sighting reports as deluge only grow? Because the Pentagon will open its government employee and public portals for new submissions in the next few months. That means it will be even easier for almost anyone to submit a report that they think they’ve seen a UFO flying around somewhere. That means more errors like drones and weather balloons. And it means frivolous frauds, to some degree. But it might also mean an increase in reported sightings that are actually UFOs. And I don’t mean aliens, necessarily, but unidentified flying objects.
DID YOU HAVE A SIGHTING OF AN ALIEN SHIP, OR WEATHER BALLOON, DRONE, FOREIGN RECON FLYER?
But the government is also aware that some of these sightings may be the result of “foreign activity.” That means stealth planes or weird drones or robotic reconnaissance craft. So far, roughly 2-4% of all UFO sighting reports are actually “anomalous.” That means we have no clue what they are and that the Pentagon needs to investigate. But then again, the US government made public images and videos taken by flying American military pilots of UFOs that seemed to defy gravity and the laws of physics in recent years. And if they investigated those “anomalous” mysteries, they haven’t yet let us know if they were from China, or if the truth is (still) out there.
And it’s worth remembering that the Pentagon doesn’t call UFOs UFOs anymore. Now, they’re UAPs, or unidentified aerial phenomena. It seems there will be a lot more news of them coming soon. But it’s the anomalous ones that matter…