Former Pentagon employees have claimed that the department in charge of investigating UFO sightings have found proof of “vehicles not made on this Earth.” Astrophysicist and former Pentagon subcontractor and consultant for the Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Programme Eric W. Davis said that upon investigation, the UFOs contained materials “we couldn’t make ourselves.” Are aliens coming? I think so!
- The program that investigates UFOs apparently disbanded back in 2012. OR DID IT? If you’re a government conspiracy theorist who believes they’re hiding evidence of aliens, you probably don’t believe that at all. And indeed, officials who worked for the department have said that the project did continue, just under a different name. TRUST NO ONE!
- Former senator Harry Reid is one of us. He’s the one who wanted there to be an investigation into UFOs in the first place, and he thinks that alien spaceships have indeed crashed into Earth before and that the Pentagon and other government departments have had the chance to check the UFOs out. “After looking into this, I came to the conclusion that there were reports — some were substantive, some not so substantive — that there were actual materials that the government and the private sector had in their possession,” Reid said. “It is extremely important that information about the discovery of physical materials or retrieved craft come out.”
- The Unidentified Aerial Phenomenon Task Force is ready to make findings public. Not everything, of course, but the department, which is part of the Office of Naval Intelligence, is apparently suddenly cool with telling the general public about some things they’ve found over the years. Generally speaking, all of the findings are classified and employees are strictly forbidden from discussing it, but now they may give public updates every six months. Hmm, sounds like a bit of obfuscation…
- Do you honestly think they’d tell us if there were aliens? Probably not. It does serve the government for there to be a public interest in little green men (even though aliens, if there are any, wouldn’t look humanoid in any way, shape, or form) because it’s a great distraction from real issues actually happening in the country and the world, but if anything of note was actually found and proven, something tells me those findings would stay classified to avoid panic. At the moment, the idea of aliens seems a bit romantic and full of wonder. A full-on alien takeover of earth, however, is a whole other story.