The year 2022 could be a watershed moment in the research of UFOs and continue to pique the interest of scientists and government leaders.
People using smartphones or other camera equipment who captured these unusual glimmers in the sky claimed an increase in UFO sightings in 2021.
Could these unidentified aerial phenomena (UAP) be satellites, foreign government technology, falling space trash, floating speciality balloons, or even intentionally fabricated unidentified flying objects (UFOs)?
A video compilation depicting officials such as former Commander, CIA spy, retired Navy pilot, chief radar operator and experienced commercial pilot suggest directly and indirectly that the UFOs are not from our planet.
What if extraterrestrials were on their way to Earth from Alpha Centauri and crashed into New Mexico?
Eventually, many of these items are identified. Others, on the other hand, remain a mystery.
Experts told Astral Citizens that in 2022, UFO would receive more attention from both the scientific community and the federal government.
A report on UFOs was released by the US military and intelligence community in June 2021. Following that, Congress called for the creation of a formal office to carry out a “coordinated effort” on UFOs data gathering and analysis.
Our national security efforts rely on aerial supremacy, and these phenomena present a challenge to our dominance over the air. Staying ahead of UAP sightings is critical to keeping our strategic edge and keeping our nation safeSen. Kirsten Gillibrand (Dec. 9, 2021)
On Dec. 9, 2021, Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand announced that her UAP amendment had been included in the $768.2 billion National Defense Authorization Act for fiscal year 2022, which was signed into law by President Joe Biden on Dec. 27.
Although the Airborne Object Identification and Management Synchronization Group, a new Pentagon unit, will not be specifically dedicated to the search for alien life, it will be tasked with providing a comprehensive range of intelligence, as well as scientific and technical assessments, on UFOs.
One of the new UFO office’s objectives, according to Gillibrand, will be to create a strategy to “test scientific theories related to UAP characteristics and performances.”
Okay, what’s next?
For starters, there is a determined effort underway to develop UAP-spotting apparatus and determine where it will be deployed. This year could be a watershed moment in UFO research.
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