I think the transition from aliens/UFO to UAP/NHI marked an important distinction

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Words mean things. Language creates an emotion in the listener. What they convey can create a sense of amusing playfulness or serious undertones. Take for example, a contrast between some widely used British words and American English “wheelybin” vs “trash can”, “lollipop lady/man” vs “crossing GUARD”. Which is more menacing? Serious?

Recently the terms UAP/NHI are becoming more common and is now the acceptable definition. Does “ET” sound as threatening as “NHI”? ET sounds like a playful little green guy but NHI (non-human intelligence) sounds like they’re talking about a fucking protomolecule sentient construct.

Anyway, my point is the language changed and that is important to note.

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