Monday, January 24, 2022

Is 2022 A Turning Point In The Study Of UFOs?

An unidentified flying object captured on video by a U.S. Navy jet. (Image credit: DOD/U.S. Navy) 2022 could be a turning point in the study of UFOs 

Interest in UFOs continues to grow, both among scientists and government officials. 

In 2021, there was an upsurge in peculiar sightings reported, thanks to people with smartphones or other video gear that captured these strange glimmers in the sky. 

Could these unidentified aerial phenomena (UAP) be satellites, technology deployed by foreign governments, falling space junk or maybe even floating specialty balloons or purposely faked unidentified flying objects (UFOs)? 

Or could they be, well, aliens? 

What if Earth has been on the receiving end of extraterrestrials speeding in from Alpha Centauri who found themselves lacking brake fluid and crashed into New Mexico?  

Read more ....  

WNU Editor: For what it is worth. There is a new office and money to investigate these sightings .... Disclosure or deception? New UFO Pentagon office divides believers (NBC).


Unknown said...

I personally don't think you can go faster than light. Their is a interesting book once before time by alan canary on Amazon has some new concepts on traveling the cosmos. And outher idea worth checking out

Adam said...

Pretty sure you can't but one *may be able to get around it by folding/warping or bending space. I highly doubt we'll have even close to a working theory in my lifetime.