This article raises many questions … (#UFOs #USNavy #TicTacUFOs)
First of all, what do they mean by “cognizant authorities”? Does this mean there are authorities who have knowledge of these UFOs and specifically who is operating them, whether they are above-top-secret U.S. hardware or from other Earthly or alien sources?
Secondly, who in Congress was briefed and what was the nature of this briefing? Was it simply a rehash of the media coverage that began with the New York Times article in December 2017?
This sentence makes it sound like just another routine air-traffic issue: “For safety and security concerns, the Navy and the [U.S. Air Force] takes these reports very seriously and investigates each and every report.”
Huh?! “… safety and security concerns …”
Since, presumably, ET’s arrival would not represent just another safety or security concern, is this the Pentagon basically admitting these things are not operated by space aliens?
Thirdly, WTF is going on?!?!?!?!?!?
If anyone else has concerns or insights, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
The US Navy secretly designed a super-fast futuristic aircraft resembling a UFO, documents reveal
Well, obviously, we’ve been flying the thing, or something like it, for many years.
Why would I ask such a silly question?
Hell yeah, the B-21 Bomber’s a flying saucer, if not literally, then metaphorically.
In other words, it’s not merely some incremental evolution of the B-2, as the Air Force’s artistic rendering would have us believe.
It’s something different.
One intriguing factor in the whole B-21 story is the language used by military authorities. For example, they have repeatedly said the bomber is based on a “very mature” technology. Yet, they also have said that even though the underlying technology is mature, that doesn’t mean it’s known to the public.
Very mature, not known to the public.
Translation: They’ve been flying this thing, in one form or another, for 70 years or so.
But I’m not telling you anything you don’t already know. It’s all in Flying Saucers!
U.S. Sen. Mike Rounds spoke cryptically about the B-21 Bomber on KOTA TV in South Dakota.
Rounds told KOTA , “When the time is right and folks actually get the opportunity to see what this new platform is, I don’t think there will be anybody that will not be impressed.”
So, it seems evident that Rounds has seen the bomber. If true, does that mean there is a full-scale prototype? His comment also suggests the new bomber is fundamentally different from the B-2 stealth bomber, although an official Air Force artistic rendering closely resembles the B-2.
Maybe the B-21 is way different.
Just saw this article about John Lennon’s flying saucer drawing. (#JohnLennon #flyingsaucers)
Lennon drew his flying saucer because he saw one hovering outside his New York apartment. I propose he was being surveilled electronically by U.S. authorities, and that the flying saucer was just one of ours … an above-top-secret technology we’ve had for 70 years …
As to why the authorities would want to spy on Lennon, our history is rife with examples of federal surveillance of prominent people, from Martin Luther King to Frank Sinatra.
Oh, and, by the way, flying saucers are ideal for stealth and airborne surveillance.
But, then, I’m not telling you anything you don’t already know.
It’s all in Flying Saucers!
Interesting ruminations about the U.S. military’s role regarding a hypothetical ET invasion.
The article discusses President Trump’s plans to form a Space Force (#SpaceForce) and spells out which military branches would defend against ET.
Anyway, in my opinion, the author nails it here.
From the article: “The ‘UFOs’ people are seeing could even be top secret U.S. government craft. The aliens could be us. In the end, maybe it doesn’t matter if the Pentagon has a plan to fight aliens after all.”
Posted on Feb. 4, 2019
Noticed this Popular Mechanics article, where Air Force Chief of Staff Dave Goldfein suggests a future tanker will operate in low-Earth orbit. Perhaps this is because the new B-21 bomber will operate there?
From the article: Then again, money might be less of a consideration than we think. In his interview with AvWeek, Goldfein remarked that his next generation tanker could “operate at low-Earth orbit” and that while it might sound “a little bit odd” for him to discuss a future tanker with Air Force Space Command, it makes “perfect sense.” What he means is anyone’s guess, but here’s a stab at something that could operate along those lines: a tanker that could stay in orbit for months or even years at a time, much like the X-37B spaceplane, and then descend down into airspace to deliver fuel to friendly aircraft before accelerating back up into the relative safety of orbit again. Whatever the case, it sounds exciting…and expensive.
Good Blue Book article, but the New York Times makes the same mistake, again. We don’t know that the UFOs represented “an apparently technological phenomenon that was beyond human control” … as the article asserts.
I wish ufology would stop making this assumption. It’s pretty telling that many sightings happened near U.S. military bases.
Let’s start considering the terrestrial hypothesis.
Namely, that the UFOs are a product of an above-top-secret U.S. military program going all the way back to World War II and that only a certain, elite segment of the military establishment is aware of this.
This seems like such a no-brainer …
I commend the former Senator from Nevada for his outstanding efforts in this arena.
From the article: “But Reid said that the Pentagon has not done enough since then.
‘Frankly, I think the federal government has done almost nothing to help us with this,’ ” Reid said.
Perhaps this is because UFOs represent no threat to the United States? Perhaps because they are virtually all above-top-secret Pentagon platforms, some of which were developed 70 years ago?
Perhaps because it isn’t about ET, it was never about ET?
I can’t pretend to know this, but I’m just throwing it out there.
This Popular Mechanics article updating us on the progress of the B-21 bomber doesn’t really say anything new. However, given the paucity of any news about the B-21, I thought it worthwhile to mention it.
Here’s my biggest takeaway from the article: “… B-21’s ‘proposed funding and deployment schedule implied that considerable development had been accomplished prior to contract award. … both competing designs were at an unusually high level of detail and development for a system in which the prime contractor had not been selected.’ ”
So, the basic platform’s already been developed?
This would suggest it’s been flying in one form or another for years. Obviously, not as a bomber, but as something …