Posted on April 28, 2021 4:43 pm
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What if the things pestering US Naval warships and crews in July of 2019 originated from Earthly postal codes? Zachary Kallenborn offers a hugely unsettling piece that is reasoned, monitory, and one might suspect, unfortunately prophetic. On the 18th we reviewed Tyler Rogoway’s Adversary Drones Are Spying On The U.S. And The Pentagon Acts Like They’re UFOs. It’s worth revisiting what may become regarded as a classic article along these lines. Jazz Shaw responds to that Rogoway piece in Were Those UAP Just “Drones and Balloons?” We think Shaw could be misreading Rogoway about “balloons” in the July encounters, save perhaps for a spherical (not “pyramid-shaped”) object that apparently dropped into the ocean and submerged. Rogoway also entertained the possibility that “A lowly freighter would be an effective delivery platform, and a far more accessible one” than a submarine for the “drones” in the July encounters. “There has been plenty of talk of UFOs” due to recent revelations, says David Axe, and dusts off Did Iran Find Aliens or Just a Secret, Super Fast American Spy Drone?–and back in 2013? If indeed the US had stuff back then like what’s described by Axe, might adversary interests have engineered something similar in the meantime? (WM)

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