UFO today: what is happening?
Content in a flash
1. The universe just got smaller – Despite a historical dismissive approach by most towards the existence of aliens, it is impossible to ignore the latest US military’s sightings of UFOs;
2. Nimitz Video and Tic tac UAP – We report the complete event that led to the encounter in mid flight between US air force pilots and an unidentified flying vessel;
3. FLIR, GIMBAL and GOFAST – Three videos released recently by the Pentagon indicate the shape and movement of vessels that are unnatural and unknown to human beings.
1. The universe just got smaller
The words of Professor Corrado Malanga – a future recurring voice in our eXtraHuman adventure – in the incipit quote turned out to be prophetic. Apparently the universe is coming upon us, literally.
But let us start from what has already happened, which is absolutely incredible and yet true: what has happened is that now UFOs are real.
Only the name has changed; since the acronym “UFO” (Unidentified Flying Objects) was excessively linked to the pop UFO culture which is currently considered inflated and obsolete, experts in the field came up with a new restyled acronym, UAP: Unidentified Aerial Phenomena.
Skeptics have been fighting off this possibility for over 75 years devising improbable explanations worthy of a Vasilij Kandinski painting and more paradoxical than the idea of UFOs themselves.
Their stubborn rhetoric aimed at blindly denying UFOs has been predictable, constant and close-minded. In the end, they will enjoy their well-deserved rest as hidden evidence comes to light.
Those who used to laugh with naïve euphoria at the mere mention of the UFO topic, no longer laugh nowadays and cling to the last faint hope that those objects are not really aliens.
This news, which potentially ranks among the most important news of the whole (known) history of humanity, seems to have gone almost totally unnoticed for now. Although briefly and in the bottom part, the news reached the front pages of a number of main newspapers worldwide. Disappointingly and to our absolute bewilderment, the reaction of society as a whole has been minimal and the news was treated with absolute indifference, in the same way as a technological curiosity in the “Sciences” section would be; a truly incomprehensible attitude.
Let us highlight that reality often surpasses imagination. With that in mind, reality has now taken us full circle: it got us back to what those objects have always been named: UFOs.
In fact, heresy became reality when on December 16, 2017, the New York Times officially confirmed the authenticity of some videos released by the US Navy, showing the aerial acrobatics of some unidentified flying objects. Admissions of their actual existence also came afterwards from other official sources such as the United States Navy itself in February 2020 and the Pentagon later.
UFOs have been spotted, recorded and divulged by top organizations of our planet. Let us jointly review some of these main sightings to get to the bottom of the latest evidence of UFOs and our journey towards full disclosure, acceptance and understanding.
2. Nimitz Video and Tic tac UAP
The “Nimitz video” are a selection of video recordings of some of the United States Navy fighter planes’ radar based on the USS Nimitz and USS Theodore Roosevelt aircraft carriers of 2004, 2014 and 2015.
The videos, called “Nimitz video”, were widely described as official UFO (UAP) evidence and were subject of extensive media coverage in 2017. The Pentagon officially released them in 2020.
Let’s try to put the events in order and start from the beginning. On November 14th 2004, the Carrier Strike Group Eleven, serving at the USS Nimitz nuclear aircraft carrier, was getting ready for training exercises. Two F/A-18F Super Hornets took off from the Nimitz directed to an area 80–150 miles south west of San Diego, California.
Both aircrafts, “FastEagle01” and “FastEagle02”, had a pilot onboard and a WSO (Weapons System Operator. )
The training exercise was postponed and the two Super Hornets were sent to intercept a UAP initially detected at 60 miles offshore and at an altitude of 20,000 feet.
From data analysis following those events it will emerge however
A new fighter team took off from Nimitz, including that of Lieutenant Commander Chad Underwood, to investigate what was going on.
Unlike Fravor, Underwood’s plane was equipped with a FLIR system
While they were observing the ocean anomaly
The UAP was estimated to be about the size of an F-18, about 40–50 feet in length and 10–15 feet wide, but had no flight surfaces or any mean of thrust, and its movement had no effect whatsoever on the ocean surface as one would expect
Fravor started to go down to investigate the ocean disturbance while his wingman kept high cover. As Fravor circled and descended, the UAP
As he did so, the Tic-Tac UAP accelerated across Fravor’s nose heading south and disappeared. Fravor said that the UAP was gone within a blink of an eye. As a comparison, Fravor noted that even a jet at Mach 3 takes 10 to 15 seconds to disappear from sight while the UAP accelerated as if it was
With the Tic-Tac gone, the pilots turned their attention toward the large object in the water, but the disturbance was not there anymore. The two FastEagles returned to the Nimitz. On their way back, they were informed from the Princeton that the Tic-Tac UAP was waiting precisely at their CAP point.
Elizondo resigned from the Pentagon in October 2017 to protest against the government’s obstructive policy on the UFO
To be continued…
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