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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.

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.

Maybe NASA’s UFO investigation is all about propulsion, not ET

So, regarding NASA’s announcement that it will seriously investigate UFOs, perhaps it’s all about propulsion, not space aliens.

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/world-news/2022/06/13/head-nasa-taking-ufos-seriously/

In other words, maybe the big brains at NASA don’t think it’s ET. Maybe they are just recognizing, FINALLY, that someone on planet Earth has achieved an astounding propulsion breakthrough.

And, oh, by the way, wouldn’t it be advantageous for the world’s premier space agency to get its hands on such a technology? A serious scientific study of UFOs could reveal clues about how this propulsion system works.

You know my take. I think the Tic Tac and other similar craft are above-top-secret U.S. military hardware. In other words, the Pentagon is the entity that has achieved said propulsion breakthrough. Of course, if such a breakthrough existed, you wouldn’t expect the Pentagon to share it with ANYONE, and that includes NASA. No one would have a “need to know,” not even Congress or the president.

But that’s just my weird, paranoid mind …

Pentagon has super-advanced propulsion tech, says retired AF general

According to the War Zone, retired Lt. Gen. Steven L. Kwast has just dropped this bombshell: The Pentagon has a super-advanced technology capable of traveling anywhere in the world within one hour.

The article is here: https://www.thedrive.com/the-war-zone/31445/recently-retired-usaf-general-makes-eyebrow-raising-claims-about-advanced-space-technology

The War Zone article also mentions that, taken together with other cryptic comments from military officials recently, we may be on the verge of something.

Is it finally time to unveil the flying saucers?