Sunday, May 23, 2021

UFO's and the Pentagon

With all these videos coming out over the last year, the Pentegon confirming that there are UFO's (or what they call UAP's, aka Unidentified Areal Phenomena), the Pentagon admitting that they are taking them seriously enough to form a task force to investigate them, the mainstream media covering them, and Navy pilots giving personal testimony about them, it's very tempting to think something is going on. These UFO's seem to defy known physics, which means that if they are real, they come from somebody whose technology far surpasses ours. I was starting to believe it myself, which set my mind to speculating about what it could possibly be. Secret government labs? Foreign drones from their secret government labs? A secret underwater civilization more advanced than ours, like maybe Atlantians? Or aliens? If it was aliens, I wondered if maybe they were surveillance drones inspecting our Navies so they would know what they were up against once they got here.

If you've kept up with what has been going on, it's hard not to get caught up in it. I had seen a few of the videos but the one that finally got my attention was the video of what looked like shiny pyramids floating around. That was one of the first videos that didn't seem blurry all the time. There seemed to be a sharp image for a brief moment.

Thankfully, though, I stumbled across the YouTube page of Mick West. Mick West went into a considerable amount of detail debunking these videos and even responding to pilot interviews. The first things I watched were about four videos he did on the flying pyramid video. It was very detailed and convincing, and I am satisfied that nothing extraordinary was going on. It just shows to go you that "the first to present his case seems right until another comes forward and questions him" (Proverbs 18:17). It pays to look at both sides of an issue.

Of course you never know when you've looked at all sides. Maybe somebody else has debunked Mick West who I haven't found. And maybe somebody else has debunked that person. But for now, I find Mick West's conclusions to be entirely persuasive. If you've been caught up on all this UFO stuff, I recommend checking out his channel. He covers a lot of stuff besides UFO's, so you might want to check out his playlists where he organizes his videos according to topic.

The Pentagon claims they have a lot more information than what has leaked to the public so far. They're supposed to release a big report to Congress some time in June. It'll be interesting to see what happens. My suspicion is that it will be more of the same. There'll be more vidoes that will seem remarkable at first until Mick West comes along and shows what's really going on. Maybe for most of them, the Pentagon has already investigated them and determined they are not super technology from a foreign government and there are just a handful of incidents they haven't figured out yet. Who knows what they know? It's bound to keep Mick West busy for a while, though.

I wonder, though, how long it will be before the information is open to the public. Does it automatically become open to the public just because Congress recieves it? I don't know. I just hope it isn't all a written report and that there are some more video clips to look at.

What is your opinion about all this?