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    MSM Coverage of Released Navy Videos & Testimonies

    It is nice to see Main Stream Media (MSM) paying attention to UFO reports, for a change.
    Aside from the niche UFO groups, this thread will review presentations by major broadcasting news agencies.
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    Of course the New York Times got the ball rolling with 2017 article and the release of the Tic-Tac, Gimble, and Fast Mover videos.
    Now for the coverage from other media organization.
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    CNN's Anderson Cooper does a nice job interviewing Naval Aviator David Fravor of the USS Nimitz.
    Mr Cooper seems amazed but unlike the old days, ZERO giggle factor.
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    A fascinating interview on Tucker Carlson Tonight - persuasive!

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    ET? Or just a Navy proof of concept for recent patent?

    Opinion: Here’s a believable explanation of those UFO videos released by the Navy
    By Jurica Dujmovic

    Cue “The X-Files” music and put on your tinfoil hats. We’re going for a ride.

    Last month the U.S. Navy confirmed that three videos of unidentified aerial phenomena (UAP) taken by airplane pilots a few years ago are indeed authentic. (Notice we’re not saying “unidentified flying object,” or UFO.) This means the videos went through the U.S. military, so it can be assumed they have not been computer-generated or altered.

    Three clips dubbed “FLIR1,” “Gimbal” and “Go Fast” show two encounters between Navy aircraft and UAP. The object was tracked by the aircraft’s Raytheon RTN, +0.68% AN/ASQ-228 Advanced Targeting Forward-Looking Infrared (ATFLIR) Pod, and in all three videos, it performed maneuvers that cannot be executed using current aviation technology.

    Commander David Fravor, who flew one of the fighters in the video (“Gimbal”), describes the object as “Tic Tac”-shaped, 40-feet long, with no wings, exhaust or discernible propulsion. After some maneuvering, the object ended up hovering above the water. Moments later, it rapidly ascended to 12,000 feet and finally accelerated away at a speed the commander suggested was “well above supersonic.”
    Unsustainable G-forces

    When asked if a human pilot could survive such an acceleration in a modern aircraft, Fravor responded with a resounding “no.” Acceleration of that magnitude would wreak havoc on the human body: broken bones, shifting of organs, burst blood vessels and even death would occur as the body was crushed with G-forces it could not withstand.

    But let’s consider for a second that the mysterious object in question was manned by a human pilot. In that case, the vehicle would have to be equipped with the technology capable of reducing the inertial mass of the object by generating gravity waves to reduce G-forces during acceleration.
    Navy patent

    Perhaps this could be achieved if the outer shell of the craft were turned into a cavity wall filled with gas, which would vibrate thanks to microwave emitters. This description was taken from a patent the U.S. Navy applied for in 2016, which says such a peculiar craft could move with great ease through air, space or water by being enclosed in a vacuum plasma bubble or sheath.

    That could be the UAP that Fravor saw during his documented flight. Gravity manipulating tech at play could explain how the craft was able to effortlessly perform certain maneuvers such as suddenly turning sideways without losing altitude (aka knife-edge flight) in the FLIR1 video, or rapidly changing in-flight direction without visible inertia.

    While the patent for the mysterious craft was approved last year...
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    If they were our vehicles then that certainly would explain the part about the Navy saying the videos should "never have been released".
    My inner Mulder wants to believe, but my inner Scully remains skeptical.

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