Quick question: where should a newbie start researching?

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As a newbie in this field, what are some good resources for leaked or declassified data and testimonies?

For instance, I find the 3 videos that Pentagon released very interesting. I see people here also mentioning the tic-tac video, but I wasn’t able to find that one. If there is a news segment, it’s always the three Pentagon videos playing in the backgroud of the interviews. Are there more credible videos?

The Grusch testimony is interesting, but there are so many speculations around it that there are dozens of possible and not-improbable explanations — and only some of them involve aliens or even any kind of exotic technology.

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