U.S. government, publishes dossier on U.F.O. Out of 144 cases, 143 are without explanation! Original article by Alessandro Brizzi.

The U.S. government can’t explain 143 of 144 cases of unidentified flying objects reported by military aircraft, according to a highly anticipated intelligence report released Friday, June 25, 2021. That report, released by the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, was intended to shed light on the mystery of these dozens of flying objects sighted from 2004 to 2021, but instead said it lacked adequate data to place all but one in a category.

That UFO, now renamed UAP – short for “unidentified aerial phenomena” – was a large deflated balloon, the report said. “The others remain unexplained,” added the report, which was requested by Congress. Although the report explicitly states that “unusual” activity has been reported on several occasions, it does not rule out that these incidents are the result of errors or “spoofing.”

“In a limited number of incidents, the UAP reportedly appeared to exhibit unusual flight characteristics. These observations may be the result of sensor error, falsification, or observer misperception and require further rigorous analysis,” the report states. The report does not mention aliens or vaguely suggest an extraterrestrial explanation for the reported sightings, but it does make clear that many of the phenomena, may be beyond the government’s existing means of identifying such objects. A senior U.S. government official said before the report’s release Friday that “we don’t have clear indications that there are non-terrestrial explanations for them, but we’ll go where the data takes us.”

The official added, “We have no data to indicate that any of these unidentified aerial phenomena are part of a program to collect unknown, Alien cases, nor do we have data to indicate a major technological advance by a potential adversary.” Last month, speaking about the upcoming report, officials told NBC News that the government has not ruled out the possibility that the flying objects seen by U.S. military aircraft were highly advanced aircraft developed by other nations. These officials also said that the objects do not appear to be evidence of secret U.S. technology, but they are not definitively ruling it out.

However, the report – the result of a provision in the $2.3 trillion Coronavirus endowment and relief bill that former President Donald Trump signed last year – states that these “unidentified aerial phenomena” have posed problems for flight safety and possible operational security issues. Portions of the report remained classified. “There is a very wide range of phenomena that we observe that ultimately fall into the UAP category. There’s no single explanation for UAP, it’s a range of things,” the senior U.S. official said Friday. The Defense Department created the Task Force on Unidentified Aerial Phenomena in August to investigate and “gather information” on the “nature and origins” of unidentified flying objects. Earlier that year, the Defense Department released three videos made by Navy pilots – one from 2004 and two from 2015 – that showed mysterious objects flying at high speeds in the sky.

U.S. government, publishes dossier on U.F.O. Out of 144 cases, 143 are without explanation!

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U.S. government, publishes dossier on U.F.O. Out of 144 cases, 143 are without explanation!

U.S. government, publishes dossier on U.F.O. Out of 144 cases, 143 are without explanation!