'Beyond any technology we know about': Riskin on UFO sightings, new Pentagon report 1

‘Beyond any technology we know about’: Riskin on UFO sightings, new Pentagon report


CTV News' Technology Specialist Dan Riskin breaks down the latest on the report from the U.S. Pentagon on a rising number of UFO sightings.

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  1. {Latest} Pentagon UFO Report June2021; [unusual flight characteristics, signature management, foreign collection program, sophisticated data collection, major technological advancement]. Activity may be attributed to one or more Foreign Adversaries. – Which means: Several Outer Foreigners Civilisations. Thanks to those who speak.

  2. What a couple of idiots making a mockery of the most scientifically prolific thing on the table in our lifetime

    1. We live in an age of drones and ever advancing technology. There is absolutely no reason to believe its aliens, it is most likely secret military technology or spy crafts from foreign countries.

  3. A lot of misleading information in this “report” if you’re well-versed on the specifics behind UAP’s since the 2004 Nimitz encounter…

  4. Nice job bringing up all the same old, lame old jokes and debunking theories while smugly smirking, as if anyone hasn’t heard it all before. Definitely need to make sure not to pay attention to these goofballs again.

  5. Why does every reporter act like a child when they talk about this. Radar lock, best pilots in the world eye witness. Flying in and out of water. Hypersonic speeds. Let’s just giggle and down play it.

    1. I was going to ask the same thing, why is she acting so flippant and giggling like a grade school kid. Way to report the news professionally. If this news is a joke to her, don’t report it. Otherwise report it in a professional manner please.

  6. They need to release the photos and videos that they have of these things! Seeing is believing and I believe that if someone will leak these hd videos we will have our answer

  7. Really? You have to giggle and snicker? You can’t cover this story with even a modicum of professionalism? And what a shallow take on the report. Have you ever considered actually doing some research before blithering like this?

  8. Calling them uap’s now is stupid when UFO never meant aliens either, they just want you to NOT think ”aliens”. Fail.
    Furthermore saying insulting things like “Mulder and Scully “ makes you look very bad because we were always right and you were always wrong. You are now considered deniers just like flat Earthers and you still make fun of those who did they research while you didn’t.

    1. I could be wrong but my understanding is just that UAP is the term the army uses and has always used. Since this report is specifically from the pentagon (military) that is the reason they are using the term and news stations are following suit for accuracy. But yea they don’t need to make a joke of it and all.

    2. “Unidentified aerial phenomena” is a more objective term since “flying object” presumes a physical object.

  9. Enough with the jokey x-files snickering, you’re downplaying the actual point of the report: There are unexplained phenomena that are hugely beyond anything we understand how to build. Whether you want to fixate on aliens or not, this implies a strategic capability that defies our understanding of physics. That’s worth taking seriously, no matter who built it.

  10. But it remains, cameras never take psychology but real things that at times naked eyes can’t see

  11. Someone please tell me where to get a deflating balloon that hovers motionless, In high winds, for long periods of time, and that travels 30 times the speed of sound. Better yet 9 deflating balloons that simulteously surround navy warships while demonstrating descernable intent/intelligence in their maneuverability. Thats one hell of a deflating balloon

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