Eric W. Davis, a renowned astrophysicist who worked as a subcontractor and then a consultant for the Pentagon UFO program since 2007, recently stated that, in some cases, the examination of the material retrieved from some UFOs has, according to the New York times, “failed to determine their source” which has led Davis to conclude that “We couldn’t make it ourselves.” The New York times went on to explain “Davis, who now works for Aerospace Corp, a defense contractor, said he gave a classified briefing to a Defense Department Agency as recently as March about retrievals from “off-world vehicles not made on this Earth.”
How cool would it have been to have been at that briefing? The New York Times is claiming, or was told, that the government could not identify the source, but according to Davis, they clearly know that these materials are not made from Earth.
As a side note, the picture you see at the top of this article comes from NASA/Lockheed senior scientist Norman Bergrun, taken from the Voyager mission in 1980. It’s an unidentified craft that is extremely and unimaginably large. Norman believes these are “extraterrestrial vehicles.” The Voyager mission was tasked with photographing Saturn, its rings and its moons.
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