Do aliens exist? That’s the question experts authorized by the U.S. intelligence community have been studying. They will submit their report to Congress at the end of the month. Parts of this document will remain classified as defense. But according to government officials quoted in the U.S. media, the U.S. intelligence community’s conclusions are rather convoluted and incoherent. Some of the new phenomena of amazing flights through the air are even linked to tests of hypersonic projects rumored to be under development by China or Russia.
Are there really aliens? That’s what experts affiliated with the U.S. intelligence community have been studying. They will submit their report to Congress at the end of this month.
According to our correspondent in Washington, there is no evidence of the existence of aliens, but many phenomena remain unexplained: this is basically the conclusion reached by experts who have studied more than a hundred strange events recorded in the skies over the past two decades.
The only thing certain in the U.S. report is that the vast majority of the phenomena cited do not come from the advanced technology of the U.S. government. Footage of the sudden disappearance of unidentified aircraft was recently shown on a U.S. television program. They were filmed by pilots of military aircraft and reignited the debate in the United States about the existence of UFOs.
They could be tests of hypersonic projects being developed by China or Russia, according to experts authorized by the U.S. Congress. The Pentagon is urging U.S. pilots to continue filming and reporting any interactions with “unidentified aerial phenomena.