It will expire soon This is the 180-day deadlineWhich was given by President Donald Trump to US agencies to publish official reports on UFOs, that is, UFOs. The archive will open on June 1, and the unencrypted files need to be made available to those involved so that anyone can access them. Fans clearly hope the accounts will confirm their assumptions about the existence of extraterrestrials. At the same time, it does not seem very likely that documents and reports submitted to the public can provide any clear conclusion about the origin of most of the objects or phenomena discovered.
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With permission from a former intelligence chief, he is trying to calm expectations in the future. In his words, official materials will usually contain situations for which there is no clear explanation. John Ratcliffe, the former head of the National Intelligence Directorate for Joint Intelligence, told Maria Bartheromo, according to a Fox News report.
There have been a number of cases where we do not have a clear explanation for the things we have seen. Although when the information is decoded, I will be able to put it more precisely. Usually, this stuff appears on several (different) sensors at the same time … we have a lot more recordings than has actually been made public.
Ratcliffe also added that the reports, due in June, will provide more information.
There were similar perceptions around the world. And when I say sightings, I’m not just talking about pilot reports or satellite recordings. As I mentioned, it was also captured by complex sensors.
The former director also added that the unpublished recordings show a myriad of events that are difficult or impossible to explain with our current knowledge. These include unexpected rapid changes in speed and direction, and crossing the sound barrier without an acoustic explosion.
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