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Pentagon Official Co-Authors Paper Suggesting Alien Intelligence Behind UFO Sightings

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Pentagon Official Co-Authors Paper Suggesting Alien Intelligence Behind UFO Sightings

Pentagon Official Co-Authors Paper Suggesting Alien Intelligence Behind UFO Sightings

Pentagon Official , Co-Authors Paper Suggesting , Alien Intelligence Behind UFO Sightings.

Politico reports that a recent academic paper suggests that unidentified aerial phenomenon may actually be alien probes from a mothership sent to study Earth.

Politico reports that a recent academic paper suggests that unidentified aerial phenomenon may actually be alien probes from a mothership sent to study Earth.

A draft paper dated March 7 was co-authored by Sean Kirkpatrick, head of the Pentagon’s All-domain Anomaly Resolution Office (AARO), and Harvard professor Avi Loeb.

A draft paper dated March 7 was co-authored by Sean Kirkpatrick, head of the Pentagon’s All-domain Anomaly Resolution Office (AARO), and Harvard professor Avi Loeb.

Politico reports that over half of the paper is dedicated to the possibility of unexplained objects under investigation by the DoD may relate to the "mothership" scenario.

Experts claim that the academic paper highlights the Pentagon's openness to scientific debate regarding the nature and possible origin of UFOs.

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According to the paper, interstellar objects like the cigar-shaped 'Oumuamua' spotted in 2017, “could potentially be a parent craft that releases many small probes during its close passage to Earth.”.

The paper also reportedly speculates on the possible motivation for aliens to deploy exploratory probes to our planet.

What would be the overarching purpose of the journey?

In analogy with actual dandelion seeds, the probes could propagate the blueprint of their senders, 'Physical Constraints on Unidentified Aerial Phenomena,' via Politico.

As with biological seeds, the raw materials on the planet’s surface could also be used by them as nutrients for self-replication or simply scientific exploration, 'Physical Constraints on Unidentified Aerial Phenomena,' via Politico.

Last year, the Pentagon formed the AARO team to replace an Office of Naval Intelligence task force which was previously investigating the phenomenon of UFOs.

Last year, the Pentagon formed the AARO team to replace an Office of Naval Intelligence task force which was previously investigating the phenomenon of UFOs.

Politico reports that AARO sits at the center of a governmentwide investigation into hundreds of reports of , "unidentified aerial phenomenon."


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