Today, the House held a bi-partisan hearing on UAPs (Unidentified Aerial Phenomena), or, as we little folk like to call them UFOs. Several reputable military personnel testified under oath to events they said they personally had witnessed.
Meanwhile, over in the Senate, Chuck Schumer has come up with legislation to declassify documents on the subject. The cherry on top is that a couple of years ago former President Obama allowed as how “there is something ‘very interesting’ about UFOs,” that there are things “out there” and we don’t know what they are.
Is ET really dipping and dodging and playing footsie with us?
My assumption is that if the high-profile witnesses who testified before Congress today are correct in their assessments, and UAPs are really a thing, then there’s nothing much we can do about it.
I am assuming that any civilization that has the technology to cross the unimaginable distances they would have to traverse just to play games with us, could wipe us out with a flick of whatever passes for their wrists. But they haven’t. Which must mean they don’t want to.
If the men who testified are correct, and “they” are here, I wish we had some way to know it. That would be a big deal. A very big deal. Among other things, it would greatly broaden our understanding of God and His relationship to Creation. Personally, I think anyone who looks up at the nighttime sky has to know that our understanding of the Being Who created everything, everywhere is much greater than our limited knowledge can fathom.
On the other hand, even if we could prove absolutely that “they” are not here, I have no doubt that the stories would continue. It’s all just too much fun and too deeply rooted in our own let’s-go-see-what’s-over-that-hill psyche for it to stop.
In the meantime, and in the words of an old 1950s sci fic movie (cue theramin) “keep watching the skies.”
Testimony in the House today.
Further testimony in the House today.