Government UFO report finds no evidence objects are alien but does not rule out possibility

A government sanctioned report did not find evidence that UFOs, witnessed in recent years by Navy pilots, are alien spacecrafts. However, it did not rule out the possibility.

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The Pentagon’s highly anticipated government sanctioned report, which will give some information on the unidentified flying objects, did not find any concrete evidence that the unexplained flying phenomena known as “UFOS” are alien space crafts. But the report also does not definitively say they aren’t, The New York Times and CNN reported.

For the first time in American History, the US government is preparing to issue an unclassified report detailing what it knows about unidentified flying objects (UFOs).

The report admits that much about the observed flying phenomena remains difficult to fathom, including their acceleration and ability to change direction.

The possible explanation that these isolated incidents could simply be weather balloons or research balloons does not hold up in all cases because of changes in wind speed at the times of some of the interactions , officials said.

“What is true, and I’m actually being serious here is that there is footage and records of objects in the skies that we don’t know exactly what they are,” former President Barak Obama said.

The forthcoming report is expected to conclude that the objects are not secret American technology, but cannot prove that it’s human aircraft either.

More than 120 incidents examined in the report are from Navy personnel, officials said. The report also studied incidents involving foreign militaries over the last twenty years and intelligence officials believe at least some of the aerial UFOs could have been experimental technology from a rival power, like Russia or China.

The full, extensive report, with a classified annex, is slated for release later this month and will be thoroughly documented by The New York Times.

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