UFOs - From Curiosity to Concern
Our laws of physics don't seem to apply to UFOs.
By Bob McCray
June 21, 2021
There have been stories about UFOs with little green men buzzing around the earth ever since man first looked up to the sky; in other words, it’s nothing new. It went from stories around a campfire to a concern during World War 2, first with anti-aircraft gun batteries blasting away at the unidentified flying objects. To the “Foo Fighters” as UFOs were labeled by U.S. Army aircrews over Europe. They were more of a distraction that rattled the nerves of a lot of pilots, than a threat. Allied pilots had bigger problems dealing with the new jet fighters being fielded by the NAZIs, than worrying about non-combatant UFOs flying hundreds of mph faster.
The concerns became serious after the advent of the A-Bomb and nuclear weapons testing, which started in 1945. Ever since, there have been multiple reports of UFOs appearing over nuclear missile sites and nuclear weapon storage areas. In some cases they caused missile site shutdowns and going offline; this was beyond unnerving. The Russian USSR reportedly had similar problems, which created a level of confusion that could have triggered a nuclear war.
Such activities and sightings resulted in the creation of Project Blue Book by the U.S. Air Force, to build a record of UFO sightings. Unfortunately, its real purpose was to create a disinformation source, and cover for real research and development of advanced U.S. aircraft undergoing testing. Reporting of UFOs became risky, as people were ridiculed and reputations were destroyed. Reporting dried up, especially after official explanations declared some UFO sightings were “swamp gas.” Project Blue Book had served its purpose and went the way of the Dodo Bird in 1969. One reason countries were so secretive, they did not want to admit there were aircraft operating in their air space and they couldn’t do anything about it.
Fifteen years ago, politicians and military officials grew concerned enough to create a new office, called AATIP (Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program) to deal with UFO sightings. Its existence became known when Dept. head, Intelligence officer Luis Elizondo resigned and went public over the inaction of the Pentagon leadership.
Several videos and reports involving the U.S. Navy have leaked out and were recently declassified and acknowledged, showing UFOs operating at high speed, making maneuvers and turns that defy the laws of physics as we know it. Their capabilities are way beyond anything known on earth, and no one seems to know what they are, where they come from, or what if anything we can do about them. Now there is no stigma to reporting the presence of a UFO; in fact, it is now encouraged.
Over the past few years, many countries have begun sharing their findings. The U.S. Government is supposed to release a report at the end of June 2021, on what is known of the UFOs. Are they going to be upstanding and release real information? Or are they going to make a joke out of it, by redacting everything with a big magic marker? There may be someone who knows what is going on, but they are not talking. For the rest of us, for all we know it's Marvin the Martian and he’s lost in space, looking for Bugs Bunny.