Government report on UFOs: no evidence of extraterrestrials, but most objects unexplained
FORT MYERS, Fla .– At Paradise Hobbies in Fort Myers, you could say that owner Mick Davis is an expert on identified flying objects.
“We sell electric planes, nitro planes, some of them are downsized from the Cessna 172. Up to the Cherokee,” Davis said.
“These are toys for kids ages 2 to 90,” he joked.
Davis is also trying his hand at drones and said that due to recent advancements in drones there are more objects in the sky than ever before.
But what if you started talking about UFOs and the possibility of aliens?
” Oh no. I’m not buying this, ”Davis said. “Are they real? You’re going to have to prove that to me, and obviously, it’s going to be hard to prove.
Weird sightings in the sky over the years – some explained, some not – have long since left people wondering: what is there?
The US government also wants to know what exists. The Defense Department has investigated these unusual and unidentified flying objects captured on video by the military over the past two decades.
However, a long-awaited intelligence report recently offered few answers. The government said it could not explain 143 of the 144 cases reported by military planes.
To read the report, click HERE.
“The majority of us in this area expected things to come out exactly the way they did: not saying much,” Denise Stoner said of the report.
Stoner is part of the Florida branch of the Mutual UFO Network – or “MUFON” – which investigates, among other things, unusual sightings. She is skeptical of the government’s report.
“I think what they post is what they think the public can comfortably accept,” Stoner explained in an interview via Zoom.
In the report, the government blamed the lack of data for its lack of answers, saying the objects could be the result of sensor errors. The report makes not mention aliens or even offer that as a possible explanation for the sightings.
“They’re not ready to admit that’s a strong possibility,” Stoner said. “We are not ready to say, ‘We have visitors. And they are not from here.
The government is now working to improve UFO data reporting to get clearer answers. After all, there could be security issues with unknown objects.
Until then, the debate on extraterrestrial life will remain exactly that: a debate.
Those who believe, like Denise Stoner, and those who don’t, like Mick Davis.
“A hovering drone, which uses geofencing, mapping and self-leveling. It can do a full 360 turn, so there you have it – here is your UFO, ”Davis said. “I mean, there’s a lot going on up there now.