The U.S. government report confirms the existence of UFOs and still leaves five doubts | UFO | Alien | UFO

[Epoch Times, June 27, 2021](Epoch Times reporter Xia Yu’s comprehensive report) On Friday (June 25) afternoon, the US government issued a highly anticipated report on UAP (commonly known as UFO) phenomenon report. Although the report confirms that the UFO phenomenon is real, there are still five unknown issues.

The U.S. Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI) stated in a report to Congress that out of 144 UFO sightings, only one can be explained, while the others remain a mystery.

The report failed to provide clear explanations for some highly anticipated questions, such as whether UFOs pose a threat to national security or whether UFOs provide evidence of extraterrestrial life.

This report, prepared by senior intelligence and military officials, was commissioned by Congress after the Pentagon released three short videos describing unidentified aerial phenomena in April 2020. Congress is paying more and more attention to these sightings.

Senior government officials told reporters on Friday that the government intends to inform Congress within 90 days of its efforts to develop improved collection strategies, as well as the technology roadmap the officials said, to develop technologies to better observe this phenomenon. Officials said that, in addition, they will regularly provide legislators with the latest information.

The nine-page report basically refused to draw conclusions, announcing that the existing report was “essentially inconclusive,” and pointed out that limited and inconsistent data pose a challenge to assessing UFO phenomena.

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The following are five unanswered questions left over from the report.

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1. Has the UFO confirmed alien life?

The report said that there is no evidence that UFOs belong to alien life. But the report did not cite evidence to rule out this possibility.

Since 2004, U.S. government sources have received 143 unexplained UFO reports, of which 18 incidents (outlined in 21 reports) described unusual movement patterns or flight characteristics of UFOs.

These sightings of UFOs demonstrated technological capabilities unknown to the United States: objects that move without observable propulsion or rapid acceleration; these technologies are also considered to exceed the technological capabilities of China, Russia or other countries. However, the report says that more rigorous analysis of these events is needed.

The report also said that the sightings “tend to happen” around the training and testing sites of the US military, but they believe this may be because people are paying more attention to these areas.

2. Does the existence of UFO threaten national security?

The report determined that UFOs pose a threat to flight safety, but their threat to national security is unclear.

According to the report, the task force recorded 11 pilot reports “nearly missed” collisions with unknown aerial objects.

A senior government official said that there is no indication that these unexplainable objects involved in the incident were part of a foreign intelligence collection plan or were a major technological advancement by a potential adversary.

Officials said they were also unable to confirm that any of these incidents were part of the US government or defense industry plans.

Nevertheless, the report does not completely rule out Russian or Chinese Communist planes or U.S. classified plans.

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3. How many UFO sighting reports have not been deleted?

The report stated that until March 2019, the U.S. Navy established a standardized method for reporting UFOs, and the Air Force adopted this method in November 2020.

The report states that UAPTF (Unidentified Aerial Phenomenon Working Group) often hears some stories, but these witnesses have never recorded observations of these stories in formal or informal reports.

4. How did we study these phenomena in the past?

According to the report, there are many obstacles in collecting information about UAP, such as social discrimination and cultural stigma, and sensor restrictions.

According to the report, according to the narratives of fighter pilots, military and IC (intelligence community) analysts, they have encountered derogatory language for unidentified flying phenomena.

The sensor also has some limitations. It may not be positioned well enough to distinguish between unknown and known objects.

In addition, the report said that due to the lack of cohesive data, it is not clear how UFOs have been studied in the past.

5. What is the next step in filling these gaps?

The report details the changes that need to be made to effectively explain the unknown objects, but the specific changes are still unclear.

The report lists three key changes needed to better research UFOs: standardized reports, integrated data, and deepened analysis; expanded data collection; and increased R&D investment.

According to the report, the UAP working group is already developing a cross-agency “analysis and processing workflow” to ensure informed and coordinated collection and analysis of data.

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