The sky above us may hold more secrets than we think. And next week, we might be one step closer to the truth. Or simply a new episode of the "UFO psychodrama" which has been on the air for two years in the USA. The next to enter the scene after the Pentagon, the Senate and NASA they are the boys of the Navy.
Testimonials to come
Republican congressman Tim Burchett announced that the United States House Oversight Committee will host a testimony on unidentified aerial phenomena, better known as UAP. And who better than David Braver, former commander of the Navy, e ryan graves, former Navy pilot, to share their direct experiences?
They won't be the only ones. Next to them there will also be David Grusch, the "whistleblower" that has recently supported that the US government possesses vehicles of alien origin.
No, don't expect little green men from the US Navy hearing. It's all politics.
"We're not going to show you a flying saucer or a little green man," Burchett says. "That won't be the focus of the discussion." But he also added, rather cryptically, that "The American people deserve to know. And you should be wary of a government that doesn't trust its citizens."
Deserves to know what? It's been two years since let's follow the whole rigmarole. Burchett has expressed frustration with what he says are constant denials and cover-ups.
"They continually tell us they don't exist, but they block our every opportunity to access information proving their existence," he exclaimed. And she concluded in a determined tone: "We'll get to the heart of the matter, whatever the truth. We're done with the cover-ups."
But then, do aliens exist?
Sure: we are. Joking aside and despite the expectations chasing each other, I urge everyone to keep their feet on the ground. Yes, there have been many reports of UAPs. And yes, institutions like NASA are trying to be more transparent about these phenomena.
But, as NASA al Guardian in June: "Despite our priority in the search for life elsewhere in the universe, we have not yet found any credible evidence of extraterrestrial life". Maybe the Navy will come to the same conclusion, right?
And now, some speculation (why not?)
Whether it's shocking truths or hoaxes, one thing is certain: our curiosity knows no bounds. And waiting for the "revelations" of the US Navy expected for July 26, we can only dream, speculate and, why not, laugh a little at the idea of being "observed".
Imagine a world where we are not alone. Where the stars above us are not just distant spheres of gas, but places inhabited by other forms of life. Perhaps, in a remote corner of the galaxy, there is another "Near Future" writing about us as potential aliens.
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