Do Tic Tac UFO’s Exist?
Declassified military recordings circulated by the Pentagon were made available to "clear up any public confusion about whether or not the extraterrestrials flying objects circulating was real.
To "clear up any misconceptions by the public on whether or not the film that has been circulating was legitimate," according to a Pentagon statement released late on Monday, the recordings were declassified late. Video and audio of Navy pilots expressing amazement and awe accompany the footage of unexplained objects soaring through the Earth's atmosphere.
For decades, the United States military, extraterrestrial craft are not responsible for any sightings or footage of odd flying objects or lights in the sky. They have categorically dismissed this notion on numerous occasions.
UFO sightings by military pilots and others are prompting NASA to take action. Bill Nelson, the new administrator of NASA, said the agency is taking the sightings seriously and studying them since they defy explanation at this moment.
To explain the sightings, people have given everything from weather balloons to optical illusions generated by natural processes as entirely legitimate reasons for them.
"Denial, denial, denial" was the official military position.
Three short films filmed by U.S. Navy pilots in 2017, published by The New York Times, showed evidence of planes behaving in ways that defied accepted physics and reasoning in the domains of aerodynamics.
Following the publication of three videos by U.S. Navy pilots showing evidence of aircraft defying established aerodynamic principles, the world was forever changed by the findings of the New York Times in 2017.