Isn’t this hearing the best proof we currently have?

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https://youtu.be/qYZPfgrmQ4Q?t=138

“This is an example of one that I showed at the hearing recently this is a spherical orb, metallic in the Middle East, 2022 by an MQ-9 (and we’ll come back to the sensor question that David raised here in a moment).

This is a typical example of the thing that we see most of, we see these all over the world, and we see these making very interesting apparent manoeuvres.”

Sean M. Kirkpatrick is a laser and materials physicist and currently director of the All-domain Anomaly Resolution Office at the United States Department of Defense.[1] Kirkpatrick is also an adjunct assistant professor of physics at the University of Georgia.[2] — Wiki

It’s worth noting in the same segment Sean does state:

I also emphasised to Congress that the only a very small percentage of UAP reports displays signatures that could reasonably be described as anomalous, the majority of unidentified objects reported to AARO, and in our Holdings demonstrate mundane characteristics of readily explainable sources.

I’d degrees “small” is still larger than non-existent.

For context on the hearing:

https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2023/6/1/nasa-ufo-team-holds-first-public-meeting-on-unexplained-sightings

The NASA study is separate from a newly formalised Pentagon-based investigation of unidentified aerial phenomena documented in recent years by military aviators and analysed by US defence and intelligence officials.

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