As the “New York Times” reported on Thursday, government officials have no explanation for what went unnoticed on the plane, which was seen by the military – and there is no credible evidence that the goods may have come from foreigners.
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There are no explanations for mysterious flying objects
The New York Times wrote that experts could not explain the mysterious movement of objects on the plane, citing senior government officials. In total, the previously placed confidential report has been dedicated to more than 120 UFO sightings over the past two decades. Some of the unidentified objects on the plane attracted attention due to their absurdly high speed and their maneuverability.
UFOs are not a new military technology
According to the report, those items may be dismissed as products of secret US military technology. However, a senior government official told the New York Times that fears were growing that the hypersonic technology could be linked to Chinese or Russian experiments.
The link to the report is confidential
The US intelligence report is due to be submitted to the US Congress by June 25. According to the New York Times, the link to the report is confidential.
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Obama: “Things I Can’t Say Here”
Videos released last year by the Pentagon on three objects on a plane classified as “unidentified” have recently sparked rumors that U.S. intelligence agencies may have information about intelligent extraterrestrial life. Former U.S. President Barack Obama attended a television show in mid-May Jokingly: “There are some things I can’t say here about aliens.” However, the truth is, “there are pictures and recordings of objects in the sky, we do not know what they are, we can not explain how they move”.
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