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As we near its historic unveiling, is the B-21 bomber a flying saucer?

Well, unless you’ve been living in a cave, you know by now that the much-anticipated rollout of the B-21 bomber is scheduled for Dec. 2. It is the most significant new military program in thirty years.

With the unveiling fast approaching, I thought it might be worth asking: Is the B-21 a flying saucer?

Answer: Hell yeah, the B-21 bomber’s a flying saucer, if not literally, then metaphorically. In other words, it’s not merely some iterative evolution of the B-2, as the official artist “interpretations” would have us believe.

It’s something different. In its recent twitter posting to announce the unveiling date, Northrop Grumman claims, “This changes everything.”

It’s probably just an exercise in corporate hyper-marketing, but if not, how does the B-21 change everything?  

For example, might it be capable of vertical takeoff and landing or hovering over a single location for hours at a time? Does the bomber possess radical new technology, possibly related to propulsion? Might it be capable of low-earth orbit?

There’s been a lot of talk about the B-21’s advanced prototyping, which has been a key factor in allowing Northrop Grumman to develop the bomber on time and on budget. In essence, components in the platform had already been designed, built and tested. Yet, the bomber was based on a “clean-sheet” design, meaning it is not an adaptation of the B-2 stealth bomber or other existing aircraft. Officials have also said the bomber is based on a “very mature” technology, yet not necessarily known to the public.

These two things seem contradictory: The bomber has largely been developed already, yet its design is not an extension of the B-2 or other aircraft. The technology is mature, yet unknown to the public.

What does it all mean?

Perhaps it means they’ve been flying this thing, in one form or another, for some time, existing entirely in the black. I would imagine there’s a whole grab bag of toys hidden under the cover of blackness waiting to be seeded into the white world. But I’m not telling you anything you don’t already know. It’s all in Flying Saucers.

Thanks, Wall Street Journal! People, and the media, are finally figuring it out: The UFOs aren’t ET.

Love this UFO opinion piece from the Wall Street Journal. It would appear that people — and the media — are finally figuring out that the UFOs aren’t piloted by space aliens. People are also starting to cast suspicion on the Pentagon for its apparent complicity in clouding the whole UFO issue and for its tacit support of the ET hypothesis. Why would this be? To confuse the public and protect secrets, silly.    

https://www.wsj.com/articles/ufo-uap-pentagon-nasa-sightings-classified-intelligence-media-bias-military-equipment-airspace-drone-11666978035

But I’m not telling you anything you don’t already know. It’s all in Flying Saucers!

Navy pilot to Joe Rogan: The UFOs were probably classified U.S. military program

Interesting interview on Joe Rogan podcast:

https://www.newsweek.com/ufo-navy-pilot-joe-rogan-podcast-experience-ryan-graves-black-cube-latest-1753132

My big takeaway is this:

“Graves admitted that the mystery surrounding the UFOs did not mean that aliens, or something supernatural, were involved.

” ‘The high-probability answer was this was some type of classified program, of our own making, that had started operating in an area they were not supposed to, for whatever reason,’ Graves said.”

Chalk one up for the terrestrial hypothesis. The UFOs are designed, built and operated by an extremely advanced species: Homo sapiens.

People are starting to figure it out.

NASA is returning to the Moon, but has the Pentagon’s secret space program already gone interstellar?

Some five decades after planting an American flag on the lunar surface, NASA is returning to the Moon, and with much anticipation. Space.com explains:  

https://www.space.com/artemis-1-moon-mission-nasa-zero-hour-preview

But has the Pentagon’s shadow space program already reached Alpha Centauri and beyond, in an unprecedented military conspiracy spanning decades?

Let’s consider the following:

  1. It should be obvious by now that someone has achieved a propulsion breakthrough. U.S. Navy pilots have witnessed aviation platforms capable of astonishing performance, and commercial pilots also have reported encounters. These objects have been directly observed on U.S. military training ranges and also tracked by radar. There is no doubt that they do exist.
  2. It could be space aliens, or it could be earthlings. Up to this point, the ET hypothesis has dominated the conversation about UFOs. Just for the sake of argument, however, let’s consider the terrestrial hypothesis: that UFOs are super advanced technology developed right here on planet earth, brought to you by the same species that created things like nuclear weapons, microelectronics, nanoelectronics, lasers, fiberoptics, quantum computers, etc., etc.
  3. Then, following this line of reasoning, the nation most likely to have achieved this propulsion breakthrough over the past fifty years is the United States, given the unparalleled resources pumped year after year into military technology during the postwar period.
  4. Also, let us acknowledge that it is highly unlikely that the U.S. military would cede the conquest of space to the nation’s largely civilian space agency, NASA, especially when you consider that space represents the most profoundly important future military theater. Rather, if the Pentagon did possess an advanced propulsion system unlike anything else on the planet, it would secretly continue to exploit this fantastic strategic advantage, pushing farther into space while it enjoyed this temporary dominance over its adversaries.
  5. The Pentagon does not share information about its secret weapons with anyone, certainly not a secret of this magnitude. It would be a military conspiracy rivaled in modern history only by the Manhattan Project. Congress would simply not have a “need to know,” even in the face of the current investigations into UFOs. Knowledge of this new propulsion system would be strictly off limits to the public. Period.

So, this leaves us with a highly dysfunctional system in which commercial access and benefit to the general public are severely hampered by extreme secrecy. A system where NASA is struggling to return astronauts to the Moon half a century after achieving that feat, yet, unbeknownst to Congress and the executive branch, the military has made a quantum leap in space travel. A system in which the Pentagon has been charged by Congress to investigate UFOs, while this very same Congress is unaware that the UFOs are top secret U.S. weapons. The Pentagon can’t explain to Congress that the UFOs are secret U.S. weapons systems because then they would no longer be secret.

This scenario presents several absurdities. First, how can the Pentagon investigate UFOs when the UFOs are top secret U.S. military platforms? Second, you have two parallel space programs, one saddled with the severe limitations of chemical propulsion. The other, already operating vehicles capable of astonishing performance that can travel with equal proficiency in the atmosphere, under the oceans and in outer space.

Let’s assume the conspiracy began in the aftermath of World War II. That’s when the initial propulsion breakthrough becomes evident, with several key sightings: Kenneth Arnold’s encounter in 1947 and the 1952 UFO flap in Washington, D.C.

That means the conspiracy would be 75 years running!

Astronomers in Ukraine Detect, Measure UFOs in Broad Daylight over Kyiv

Ok, let’s just say it. This story is insane!

https://www.livescience.com/ukraine-ufo-uap-report

You have astronomers in the Ukraine detecting UFOs using specialized equipment intended for the study of meteors. The astronomers have not only categorized different types of UFOs, but also calculated their speeds.

The results are bonkers: UFOs, some traveling solo, others in “squadrons” and moving at speeds of 33,000 mph!

So, one of my big takeaways is that these observations were performed in broad daylight. This means the objects are traveling so fast the human eye and ordinary photographic equipment will not capture them. Doesn’t this also mean such UFOs could be flying all over the place, right over our heads, and we wouldn’t see them?

One would assume NASA, in connection with its own UFO study currently underway, would be peer-reviewing this work?

Well, whoever peer-reviews it, is should be interesting to see whether these findings are confirmed or supported by other experts.

U.S. Navy: UFO transparency would harm national security

Ok, so the U.S. Navy finally said the quiet part out loud, as evidenced in this bombshell report stemming from a rejected Freedom of Information Act request:

https://www.livescience.com/navy-ufo-videos-national-security-threat

Here’s my takeaway from the article:

” ‘The release of this information will harm national security as it may provide adversaries valuable information regarding Department of Defense/Navy operations, vulnerabilities, and/or capabilities,’ Gregory Cason, deputy director of the Navy’s FOIA office, wrote in a response letter.”

He also dropped this fascinating admission: “Cason added that the Navy was able to declassify the three UAP videos released in April 2020 only because the videos had been previously leaked to the media and had already been ‘discussed extensively in the public domain.’ The Navy deemed it possible to officially release the footage ‘without further damage to national security,’ Cason wrote.

This should be a wakeup call, not only for the media and the public, but for Congress, which finds itself stymied in attempts to learn the truth about UFOs buzzing U.S. Navy pilots.

Isn’t it time for a reality check? Here’s my offering:

The Pentagon was never going to share any UFO information with the public and only grudgingly released those three now-famous videos of encounters with Navy pilots in which objects performed astonishing feats; instantaneous acceleration, reaching hypersonic speeds, and apparently traveling in the atmosphere and underwater with equal ease.

I contend that the leakers thought these objects represented ET technology but that they actually, unwittingly, exposed above-top-secret U.S. weapons. Otherwise, we would be seeing the same epidemic of strange encounters happening with pilots of foreign branches: the UK, France, the NATO countries. We aren’t. Whatever is happening across the pond is nothing compared to what’s happening here. That’s because the UFOs are ours. We are training personnel in the use of these weapons on the same ranges where we train our other military personnel.

Meanwhile, members of Congress, unaware of these weapons because no one in Congress has a need to know, are freaking out because they think it’s ET. And the kicker is that the Pentagon can’t tell Congress what’s going on because then these weapons would no longer be, well, secret. It’s a vicious cycle of deception.

Congress is concerned about those ‘transmedium’ UFOs, but the Pentagon is not

There has been a lot of chatter lately about how Congress is concerned about the slow pace of investigations into those transmedium UFOs, so named because they can traverse the oceans, the atmosphere and space with equal ease. Popular Science lays out the disconnect between the nation’s civilian leadership and the military.

I would respectfully submit to the conversation the simple observation that there can be only one logical reason for the Pentagon to be unconcerned about the alleged threat these UFOs pose: The DoD knows these aren’t ET, they aren’t from other nations or the private sector. They are above-top-secret U.S. military weapons known only to a small, extremely compartmentalized group within the Pentagon.

Following this line of reasoning, this would mean even other parts of the military establishment are unaware of this secret program. Congress doesn’t have a need to know, the public doesn’t have a need to know, and even our largely civilian space program, NASA, doesn’t have a need to know.

Is there something the government isn’t telling us about UFOs?

Now they’re finally asking the right question! Not, are we alone … ?

Here’s what all those UFO sightings might be — and what the military may know

They’re starting to finally ask: Are we being deceived?

I have the answer: Hell, yeah, there’s something the government isn’t telling us about UFOs!

Primarily, the government isn’t telling us that the UFOs are ours. But I suspect the real story is far more complicated, a seventy-five-year-long conspiracy that will likely never be fully understood by the public.

Someone please tell the U.S. Senate that all the UFOs are created by earthlings, already!

Sheezuss … this is beyond ridiculous at this point!

https://www.thedrive.com/the-war-zone/senate-intel-committee-wants-uap-investigators-to-focus-on-ones-that-are-not-man-made

Would someone please tell the U.S. Senate that all the UFOs, including the Tic-Tacs, are fashioned by earthlings, already?!

That’s why the Pentagon is mum about these encounters. THEY ARE OURS!

What do these people need, an effing roadmap?!

Is there a UFO conspiracy aimed at convincing people that it’s space aliens?

As this editorial in Cracked correctly observes, “there is a bit of a conspiracy to promote” the ET hypothesis.

https://www.cracked.com/article_34642_all-this-ufo-alien-talk-comes-from-one-tiny-self-interested-group.html

Yeah, I agree! The entire conversation about UFOs has been dominated by people who are biased toward the ET hypothesis.

It’s time to give the terrestrial hypothesis some ink. There are various flavors if the terrestrial hypothesis, but the main tenet is this: UFOs are not piloted by space aliens but are of earthly construction.

The version of the terrestrial hypothesis that I subscribe to is that the Tic Tacs and other seemingly otherworldly UFOs encountered by U.S. Navy pilots are above-top-secret U.S. weapons platforms. The conspiracy goes all the way back to the 1940s, when there was an initial propulsion breakthrough. The Pentagon has managed to maintain this secret all the way to the present, with the initial propulsion breakthrough evolving into platforms that have astonishing performance capabilities.

The reason the Navy pilots are encountering these platforms is because they are also in training. After all, the sightings have occurred during Navy training missions and in waters reserved specifically for U.S. military training.

So, this particular version of the terrestrial hypothesis posits that it’s not ET. It was never ET.

That means Kenneth Arnold in 1947 saw U.S. military aircraft. The saucers over Washington, D.C., in 1952 were likely demonstrations ordered by President Harry Truman to verify superiority over state-of-the-art fighter jets. Truman had ordered a similar demonstration of the flying wing earlier in his career. I propose that the reason there were two UFO episodes over the White House in 1952 — one week apart — was that Truman wasn’t satisfied after the first demonstration. He wanted to see a more direct interaction with fighter interceptors.

The ET hypothesis is perfectly valid. I’m just saying that we need to consider an alternative. Certainly, the public isn’t being well-served when you have a group of people who are fully ensconced in the ET hypothesis running the show.