Are UFO sightings extraterrestrial technology?

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Pentagon denies UFO sightings are extraterrestrial technology.

A Pentagon report on UFOs (Unidentified Flying Objects) noted that United States government investigations since the end of World War II had found no evidence of extraterrestrial technology and concluded that the majority of sightings were, in fact, objects. and common phenomena misidentified.

The report, released this Friday (08/0309), follows a 2022 announcement from the Pentagon that its then-newly formed All-Domain Anomaly Resolution Office (AARO) found no evidence to suggest aliens visited the Earth or landed here.

The National Defense Authorization Act of 2023.

Under the 2023 National Defense Authorization Act, ARRO was required to issue a report to Congress detailing the government’s historical record related to “unidentified anomalous phenomena” (UAP) since 1945.

The first of two volumes was delivered to Congress last week, Pentagon press secretary Maj. Pat Rider said in a statement accompanying the release of the unclassified version.

“AARO found no evidence that any U.S. government investigation, academic-sponsored research, or official review panel confirmed that any UFO sighting represented extraterrestrial technology,” the report’s executive summary said.

“Although many UFO reports remain unsolved or unidentified, AARO assesses that if more and better quality data were available, the majority of these cases could also be identified and resolved as common objects or phenomena,” he said.

What the report said.

The report said that since 1945, the government had funded investigations to determine whether UFOs represented a risk to flight safety, technological advances by competing nations, or evidence of “off-world technology under intelligent control.”

The report said there was a persistent narrative in popular culture that the government, or a secret organization within it, has recovered several “spacecraft and extraterrestrial biological remains” and operates programs to “reverse engineer” the recovered technology.

“AARO recognizes that many people hold versions of these beliefs,” the report states. “The purpose of this report is not to prove or disprove any specific set of beliefs, but rather to use a rigorous analytical and scientific approach to investigate past U.S. government-sponsored UFO investigation efforts.”

Source: CNN

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