Editor's note: Unidentified flying objects, or more recently referred to as Unidentified Flying Objects, have recently received significant media attention. Depending on how far you want to go through the rabbit hole, this could all be part of a revealing project planned to slowly transform people into a reality of extraterrestrial intelligence. Or maybe the government, they claim, isn't really proof. Could it be that what some have mentioned are beings from another dimension or humans from the future? Like I said, the rabbit hole is very deep.
Most Americans believe that intelligent life is beyond the reach of our home planet.
According to a recent Pew Research Center poll, 65% of American adults said they're doing their best, and believe there is intelligent life on other planets. In addition, more than half of those surveyed - 51 percent - said that UFO reports on military personnel were "certainly" or "possibly" evidence of extraterrestrial life.
The Pew Center also found that 51% of respondents feel that unknown phenomena (UAP) are a threat to national security.
Pew polled a total of 10,417 US adults between June 14 and June 24, shortly before the Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI) released its initial unclassified report. Post about UAP. The report didn't expect many UFO enthusiasts to smoke, but it paints a very interesting picture of what the government claims to know about the phenomenon.
When asked for a job evaluation for the job, the federal government is working to report UFO sightings. The response was highly divided, with 45% saying they felt the government was 'following' a 'very good job' or 'fairly good job' and 49% of officials thinking it was a 'fairly bad job' or 'very bad job'.
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Most Americans believe that there is intelligent life on the other side of the earth, but it does not pose a threat to national security
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