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Government Releases New UFO Report—Read It Here

The government has just released its October 2023 report on UFOs, and the report contains some interesting bits of information.

Does this mean the government has stopped obfuscating on the issue? Of course not.

According to the latest report from the All-Domain Anomaly Resolution Office, the three most commonly sighted types of UFOs are metallic spheres or orbs, followed by oval shapes, and then completely irregular shapes, in that order.

The report also goes on to say that a majority of UAP reports can be explained by conventional phenomena, but, of course, we are not concerned with most cases.

Americans want to know about the truly unusual cases—the 5% or so of reports that are truly anomalous, like the infamous Phoenix Lights incident or the Hudson Valley UFO.

The Hill’s Rising broke down the recent report in one of their latest videos:

According to News Nation Now’s analysis of the report:

Most reported sightings of UAPs continue to center around military bases and restricted airspace, a phenomenon the report attributes to a “collection bias.”

Here are the more interesting parts of the AARO’s latest report on UFOs. Take note of the last page with all the terms on it, why would they need such terms unless they’re receiving reports that use such terms?

ABC News reports:

The number of accounts of unidentified anomalous phenomena, or UAPs — which is the official name now used for what were known as UFOs — has grown to 801, with an increase of 291 additional reports from Aug. 31,2022, to April 30 of this year, according to the new government review.


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