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Gov report confirms the Americans don’t know what those UFOs are, concedes that they’re not a government project

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Ahead of the release of an anticipated American report that may or may not confirm the existence of UFOs and what goes along with them, some details are already starting to trickle out. According to the New York Times, the Americans have openly conceded that the presence of UFOs are in fact just that UFOs that did not originate from what is believed to be earth.

In the beginning, many had assumed that the UFOs were in fact a top secret government project that accidentally leaked to the public. The issue with that was the fact that had that been the case the government would have had to explain just how they managed to get technology that appears to move that fast and out of sight.

But then there was another rather terrifying reality. In the midst of the reported investigations into their existence, the American government had another problem on its hands. Several years ago, the government reportedly discovered through intelligence briefings that Russia and China were both heavily investing in what are called hypersonics. Hypersonics in essence would be fairly similar to what one may or may not have seen in the sky themselves or in the record videos on sites like Youtube.com.

WHAT IS KNOWN RIGHT NOW: The American government has conceded that the UFOs are in fact not them.

What’s easily probable: The UFOs or UAPs are probably Russia or China meddling in foreign affairs using hypersonic technology that much of mankind does not have access to just yet.

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The darkest possibility: These UFOs or UAPs are in fact alien technology. While the darkest of possibilities it’s worth noting that this should not be taken off the table until definitively proven otherwise. As many on social media have pointed out, if these things in fact are interstellar technologies — we need to know who; what, where, why and when before it is in fact too late.

Kory Karmikle is the Astronomy & Space (and intelligent life/interstellar editor) for Bazaar Daily News.


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