While most of the geek world is waiting to see what other new announcements come out of this year’s Comic-Con @ Home, the rest of the world woke up to news that the US Government may have evidence of extraterrestrial life.
According to the new report from the New York Times, The Pentagon is about to start making some of their findings on unidentified areal vehicles (UFOs) every six months. Why not release it all at once? Who knows.
While much of the focus of military investigations of UFOs have to do with the concern over other countries’ weapons programs, former Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid hopes the Pentagon will also look harder into evidence of UFOs.
New hearings and public releases follow a recent trend of the government releasing videos from fighter pilots who have encountered unidentified objects during flights. The question is now, have any of these objects fallen to earth, and who has them?
Erik W. Davis, an Astrophysicist who consulted for the Pentagon, told the NYT that some of the materials that he said were found on discovered vehicles had led him to feel that “we couldn’t make it ourselves.” IN March of 2020, Davis said he gave classified briefings to a Defence Department agency on “off-world vehicles not made on this earth.”
It looks like we might have our next entry into the weirdness of 2020.