Friday, 18 September 2020

UFO News Article (Blog):
“Rolling the bones, upping the ante”

By Billy Cox, 28 August 2020

(De Void, Sarasota Herald-Tribune, Florida)

Billy Cox writes about the latest UFO developments within the U.S. Department of Defense. In addition, he writes about season two of  “Unidentified: Inside America’s UFO Investigation.” 

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The Pentagon (2008), Arlington, Virginia

( photo)

(Image: History/

UFO Article:
“AATIP’s 6th UFO Observable: Biological
Effects and Injuries from The Phenomenon”

11 August 2020

(Silva Record, U.S.A.)

Quote from the article:

“AATIP’s five observables have been a main focal point for TTSA to educate and describe what is witnessed and occurring regarding UFOs.

Thanks to an interview with Tom DeLonge and Luis Elizondo published by and written by Matt Farwell, we now know there are in fact at least six observables. The sixth being a sensitive subject to say the least.”

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 (Image: Silva Record)

UFO Article (Blog):
“The seventh ‘observable’ ”

By Keith Basterfield, 4 September 2020

(UFOs – scientific research, Campbelltown,

New South Wales, Australia)

Quote from the article:

The five ‘observables’

On a number of occasions, Luis Elizondo has mentioned that the Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program (AATIP) identified five ‘observables’ concerning Unidentified Aerial Phenomena (UAP.) These are:

1. Sudden and instantaneous acceleration.

2. Hypersonic velocities without signatures.

3. Low observability.

4. Trans media travel.

5. Positive lift.

In a post dated 11 August 2020, US researcher Danny Silva, spoke about a sixth AATIP ‘observable,’ namely, biological effects on humans. I would like to add a seventh ‘observable,’ i.e. the effects that UAP have on our own technology.”

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The front page of the 5 November 1957 issue of Alamogordo Daily News, New Mexico/Photo: James Stokes tells U.S. Air Force officers of his UFO experience (stalled car) on Highway 54, south of Orogrande,New Mexico 

(Alamogordo Daily News/ image)