The former Director of National Intelligence, John Ratcliffe, has made some statements on American media that more or less tell us that UFO sightings from military personnel are far more common than what most people would assume. On June 25, 2021, a new law that obliges the Pentagon to report more information around the topic comes into effect. It appears that as we approach that moment, more former officials are open to sharing their experiences, thoughts, and even evidence of UFOs.
Ratcliffe stated that some of the stuff that U.S. Navy and U.S. Air Force pilots see is frankly impossible to explain. Even if someone would suggest that other countries possess secret technology that is way more advanced than what the American officials know or can imagine, there are still things that go beyond our understanding of the laws of physics.
For example, there are multiple sightings of objects that travel at speeds that exceed the sound barrier and yet don’t go through the expected sonic boom. Although there are aircraft designs that are reducing the sonic boom shock, it is practically impossible to completely eliminate it. What the Air Force pilots and even satellite imagery report is something we consider unfeasible and even paradoxical. They’re simply not compatible with our model of physics and scientific knowledge in general.
In summary, these sightings are difficult to explain, but each incident can be confirmed through multiple sensors that are picking the objects up. Maybe disclosing them to the public won’t make much difference in terms of getting any answers, but it’ll be a step towards accepting a new reality that was previously disregarded as a hoax. UFOs are real and their capabilities are certainly outlandish, but getting to know what it is exactly that we’re seeing may still take years, even decades.