I have a short breakdown of the NASA press conference and report, both of which are linked here:
Press Conference: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zjwrzHJA3PI
[NOTE 11/21/23: The NASA UAP Report was initially downloadable as a PDF at a certain location but that link is broken. I assume it remains available somewhere)
There was lots on methodology, transparency, data collection, and science. That’s all good. We want good data. But I noticed in the report as well as from at least two of the presenters that the big problem with UAP is a lack of good data. I just roll my eyes. Yes, the phenomenon is elusive, absolutely. It’s difficult, agreed. But no good data? Seriously?
Just now I tweeted “NASA dismisses decades of data on UFO phenomena, advocating for a fresh start. 80 years of records from government, military, and contractors overlooked. It’s as if they’re saying ‘nothing to see here’. “
And that summarizes my attitude at the moment. You can see the entire history of this phenomenon, 80 years, just being pushed aside. I am not blaming NASA for this, not really. It’s just the structure of the entire study, the entire way this is being done. No need to ask the Pentagon or CIA or DOE for answers. Who needs to spoil the party?