The Pentagon’s declassified report on UFOs may be due to be delivered to Congress later this month, but as to what this presentation might contain—and what it may ultimately affect—has been the subject of speculation: how far down the rabbit hole will the Defense Department’s Unidentified Aerial Phenomena Task Force go while revealing what the various US military and intelligence agencies know about the subject? While no-one appears to be expecting any groundbreaking revelations to be included in the report, a number of experts on the matter were recently asked their thoughts on the upcoming document: what might it include, what it means, and what effect this disclosure might have on the world.
The responses to the New York Daily News’ query were as wide-ranging as the careers of the individuals asked: SETI Institute’s chief astronomer, Dan Wirthimer, thinks UFOs are just secret military test craft; retired Air Force colonel and former chief scientist for the U.S. Air Force Space Command, Dr. J. Douglas Beason, believes UFOs are just government-generated holograms; former director of NASA’s Ames Research Center and director of NASA’s Mars program, G. Scott Hubbard, says that the report is important in terms of legitimizing the subject of UFOs.
Referring to him as “the world’s most famous UFO abductee”, the Daily News also asked Whitley his thoughts on the situation, who pointed out the one important aspect of the UFO phenomenon that is being ignored by the media—an aspect that reinforces the true depth of the UFO mystery.
“Much of the media and the government are acting as if the UFO phenomenon started when the first UAP videos were released in 2017. But it started long before that. In fact, what caused us to notice it in the 1940s was not that it was starting, but that it was increasing. As to what it is, that question has never been addressed properly by science and the academy. It’s time to get started. Hopefully this report will help.”
Strieber plumbs the depths of this issue even further in his latest Journal entry, “What’s the Big Deal? The Pentagon Admitted UFOs were ‘Not of This World’ 74 Years Ago”, discussing the state of how the government is presenting the issue—and what this might mean for the world.
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