Government’s UFO report cannot explain aerial phenomena

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The truth is out there, but it might not be in this report.

The US intelligence community has not found evidence that unexplained aerial phenomena seen by Navy pilots are from outer space, but they can’t rule out the possibility or explain the mysterious vehicles, said officials who viewed a classified version of a report to Congress detailing everything the government knows about UFOs.

The report said most of the more than 120 UFO incidents examined over the past two decades were not the work of the US military or government, officials said, according to The New York Times.

The explanation means that the military eyewitnesses who encountered UFOs on an almost “daily basis,” off the coast of California in 2017, and shot footage that was verified by defense officials, were not seeing programs the US meant to keep secret.

Senior officials told the newspaper that there are few other conclusive finds in the report, an unclassified version of which is expected to be released to Congress by June 25.

Authors of the memo said it was difficult to explain the UFOs ability to accelerate, change direction and travel underwater, according to the Times.

A classified annex in the report is also likely to fuel speculation that the government had secret data about aliens, but officials with knowledge of the findings told the paper that is not the case.

One senior official interviewed for the article said officials had concerns that the sightings could be the work of Chinese or Russian hyperspace experiments.

The report examined video of the Navy’s 2004 encounter with a “Tic Toc UFO” that witnesses said descended at 43,200 mph. Government officials later reportedly confiscated evidence of the vessel that gave off “a kind of a phosphorus glow.”

Lue Elizondo, a former head of the Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program, who spoke to The Post about that sighting, recently accused the government of trying to smear his reputation after he blew the whistle on UFO evidence.

The report, ordered by Former President Trump to be attached in a December COVID-19 relief package, has added to renewed American interest in the supernatural and extraterrestrial.

Former President Obama added to the speculation while appearing on James Corden’s “The Late Late Show” last month.

“But what is true — and I’m actually being serious here — is that there’s footage and records of objects in the skies that we don’t know exactly what they are,” the two-term Democrat said.

“We can’t explain how they moved, their trajectory… they did not have an easily explainable pattern.”

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