NASA Administrator Who’s Seen Classified Version of UFO Report Doesn’t Think We’re Alone in Universe

Late last week, it finally happened: A long-teased intelligence report on UAPs, complete with firsthand accounts of Navy pilots, was released. And for those who have been following this issue for a long time, the report—though inaccurately downplayed in a number of ensuing news updates—was about as inconclusive (on the surface) as it was expected to be.

The good news, of course, is that the report exists at all. Furthermore, the main takeaway—i.e. the fact that the overwhelming majority of UAP (more commonly referred to as UFO) sightings of this type remain entirely unexplained—should stand as merely the latest sign that it’s long been time to take this issue seriously.

In fact, as NASA Administrator Bill Nelson explained earlier this week, the report should indeed mark the beginning of a deeper search.

“I’ve seen the classified report,” Nelson told CNN’s Pamela Brown in an interview that aired Monday. “It says basically what we thought. We don’t know the answer to what those Navy pilots saw. Now, they know that they saw something. They tracked it. They locked their radar onto it. They followed it. It would suddenly move quickly from one location to another. And what the report does tell us that is public is that there have been over 140 of these sightings, So, naturally, what I ask our scientists to do is to see if there’s any kind of explanation from a scientific point of view and I’m awaiting their report.”

Asked if he had a “strong feeling” about who could possibly be responsible for the objects seen in the widely shared footage that first hit the mainstream discussion thanks in large part to the work of To the Stars Academy of Arts & Science (TTSA), Nelson confirmed that there is currently no consensus with regards to possible explanations.

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