The pilot who put them on the front page of the New York Times told New York Magazine more about his experience with the “Tic Tac” objects.
Describing “erratic” behavior defying the laws of physics, moving from 50,000 feet to a few hundred in seconds which isn’t possible.
Then, shortly after the flight, he received a phone call about what he saw, with an unknown person questioning every detail. In a recent podcast interview (Fighter Pilot Podcast), Fravor disclosed another curious fact… all the radar tapes from the Princeton are missing and can’t be found.”
Adding to the mystery, a Washington Examiner report provides strong evidence connecting modern UFO phenomena to nuclear activities. Carriers, submarines and generators.
Hundreds of U.S. military veterans now openly discuss these ominous incidents and thousands of declassified government documents substantiate their revelations. Even temporarily shutting down nuclear sites.
From cell phone video to the ISS, sightings of unidentified aerial phenomena are on the rise and making headlines
If these objects are real, the origins and intentions are unknown…..for now.
As our orbiting infrastructure expands, the need to ensure satellites and other assets are protected is becoming a priority
NATO Secretary General (Jens Stoltenberg) recognizes space as an “operational domain” similar to air, land, sea and cyber. A reflection of its growing importance to global peace, security and prosperity.
And the race for the fifth domain is happening now, with China planning to be the foremost nation in space by 2045.
Initiatives include – Lunar and asteroid mining by 2034, with a permanent presence by 2036, and industrial scale spaced-based solar power by 2050.
Thus far, China has largely achieved their announced timelines and last year, (2019) the PRC had more orbital launches than the US and Russia.
China’s venture sector is equally aggressive in their efforts to rival SpaceX, Blue Origin and Virgin Galactic with ISpace, (Beijing Interstellar Glory Space Technology Limited), becoming the first private company to successfully launch a rocket into orbit last July.
The United States is also fully committed with billions invested into the Space Force, and growing a decentralized entrepreneurial ferment of thousands of organizations generating many paths to the future.
Whoever commercializes space first will have an incredible strategic advantage that could last for decades, possibly generations.
From weaponizing to investing, nations around the world are ALL IN.
Space is not a place, it’s an enabler. Only space can do quadrillions. If we extend the earths sphere of economic influence you get unimaginable numbers of scale.
Quadrillions need to protected and secured and new alliances are already forming.
the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Australia and New Zealand are coming together as the “Five Eyes” to strengthen deterrence and improve the resilience of space systems on which Five-Eyes militaries rely.
Things are getting very interesting, and this is only the beginning. We’ll have a lot more on this soon.