This is likely to heat up the UFO debate again: The New York Times quotes more than 120 notable phenomena that US Navy pilots have observed in the past 20 years that are not caused by the US military or US government technology. An intelligence report has been released. Can foreigners visit us regularly?
According to officials citing the report, the results mean that the government cannot categorically rule out that the phenomena observed by military pilots are extraterrestrial spacecraft. However, there is also no evidence that extraterrestrials have actually been observed.
Even Barack Obama raised the suspicion of a UFO
An unclassified version of the report is due to be submitted to the US Congress on June 25. Recently, even former President Barack Obama ignited a long-running fascination in the United States with UFOs (short for “unidentified flying object”).
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“What is true, and I’m serious here, is that there are pictures and records of objects in the sky that we don’t know what exactly,” he said on a talk show. (DPA/Mary)