And the hashtag #AliensExist beats Coronavirus. Emerged in 2017 but filmed between 2004 and 2015, the three videos show strange aircraft moving in the sky. Nevada Senator Harry Reid: “This is only part of the research and documentation available”
The Pentagon has officially published three UFO videos. The US military actually calls them “unidentified air phenomena” and the three footage had already been seen in 2017. Aircraft are seen moving rapidly in front of the lens of an infrared camera. Too quickly, as also emerges from the reactions of the pilots who feel in the background. The truthfulness of the videos had already been confirmed in September 2019 but now they are published on an official level “to clarify any misconceptions from the public about whether the videos were real or not, or whether there is something else in the videos”, he Pentagon spokeswoman Sue Gough said, “After careful review, the department has determined that the authorized publication of these unclassified videos does not reveal any sensitive capabilities or systems.”
The three movies
Recorded between 2004 and 2015 during military exercises, in the three videos, entitled Flir1, Gimbal and GoFast, you notice a spherical object performing a strange rotation and performing very rapid maneuvers before disappearing from view. “As I got closer … he quickly accelerated south and disappeared in less than two seconds,” said David Fravor, one of the pilots who met the mysterious objects in 2004, “It had been extremely abrupt, like a ping ball pong that bounces on a wall: it hits it and then goes somewhere else ». It is still not clear what the objects are, but the US department invites them not to call them “UFOs”, a science fiction and misleading definition that triggers confused reactions among people. Indeed that word stands for “unidentified flying object” and although in many of us trigger Martian fantasies, in reality it is a label for military aircraft that are unknown, because they are classified or from other states, but could be simple drones, balloons experimental aerostats or aircraft being tested.
Aliens beat the Coronavirus
And indeed there was a reaction. On Twitter the hashtag #AliensExist, aliens exist, has come to overcome even the mantra of these days, the coronavirus, to which has been added a post by ex-senator Harry Reid. “I’m happy that the Pentagon is finally publishing these images,” he wrote, “even if it only scratches the surface of the research and documentation available.” Words that become much heavier if we consider that Reid was a senator from Nevada, the cradle of Area 51 which has always been at the center of any conspiracy debate.
The publication and Blink 182
However, the mystery of the videos also adds to the mystery of their discovery. The first publications of the recordings, in 2017, were attributed to the New York Times and the Academy of Arts and Science, an organization born with the aim of involving people to “investigate beyond the borders of science and apply unconventional reasoning »And founded by Blink 182 singer and guitarist Tom DeLonge. The US then admitted that it had funded a multi-million dollar secret research program between 2007 and 2012 to investigate these phenomena. It had been opened by Senator Reid and later closed because there were other priorities, as the Pentagon had pointed out.
A weapon of mass distraction
Many online are wondering if this publication is not really a mass distraction weapon to cover the growing fear of Coronavirus. On the other hand, however, many US politicians are interested in the matter but not in the sense that one might believe: “It doesn’t matter if they are probe balls, green men or something completely different: we cannot ask our pilots to risk their lives unnecessarily” he had Virginia Senator spokesman Mark Warner declared in 2019. However, to cool the spirits, there is a consideration to make. With this official endorsement, the Pentagon does not admit the existence of UFOs but simply affirms the veracity of the videos. The rest is science fiction.