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The Aircraft that was shot down over Northern Alaska earlier today was said to have “Exploded into Tiny Pieces” when it hit the Water which has confused some Defense and Intelligence Officials who expected it to remain relatively intact similar to the Chinese High-Altitude Surveillance Balloon that was shot down off the Coast of South Carolina last week.
10:28 PM · Feb 10, 2023·

And another third shootdown, last 2 of 3 being cylinders:


US jet shoots down ‘unidentified object’ over northern Canada

​The object was “cylindrical” and smaller than the suspected Chinese balloon shot down last weekend, Canadian Defense Minister Anita Anand said on Saturday evening.


F-35 fighter jets were sent up to investigate after the object was first detected on Thursday, according to a US official. Kirby told reporters that the first fly-by of US fighter aircraft happened Thursday night, and the second happened Friday morning. Both brought back “limited” information about the object.

But the pilots later gave differing reports of what they observed, the source briefed on the intelligence said.

Some pilots said the object “interfered with their sensors” on the planes, but not all pilots reported experiencing that.

That bit was from the 2nd shootdown but is interesting in that UAPs often are reported to interfere with sensors.
Some pilots said the object “interfered with their sensors” on the planes, but not all pilots reported experiencing that.
That bit was from the 2nd shootdown but is interesting in that UAPs often are reported to interfere with sensors.

That seems to go back to my speculation that a lot of UAP sensor detections of them doing incredible things could be a foreign power learning how to create "phantoms" that trick our detections and aren't really there, which is a terrifying thought really.
Ya they might be testing new EW tech on cheap expendable platforms. These dont seem to be the well know tic tacs as they dont seem to manoeuver at all.


The US has shot down another unidentified flying object, this time over Lake Huron near the Canadian border, in what is the fourth such incident this month.

It was downed by Air Force and National Guard pilots on Sunday, Michigan Congresswoman Elissa Slotkin said.

Hmm... one a day at this rate. Hope the 'aliens' take this shit in stride...
And another one of a different form factor.. .octagonal?


The object was octagonal in structure, unmanned and traveling at about 20,000 feet, the official said. There is no indication of surveillance capabilities, but the administration cannot rule that out.
"In light of the People's Republic of China balloon that we took down last Saturday, we have been more closely scrutinizing our airspace at these altitudes, including enhancing our radar, which may at least partly explain the increase in objects that we've detected over the past week," Melissa Dalton, assistant secretary of defense for Homeland Defense and Hemispheric Affairs, said during a Pentagon press briefing Sunday night.

Because they "have not been able to definitively assess what these recent objects are, the president wanted to act out of an abundance of caution to protect our security and our interests," she continued. "We will remain vigilant."

"The most recent objects do not pose a kinetic military threat, but their paths in proximity to sensitive DOD sites and the altitudes that they were flying could be a hazard to civilian aviation and thus raised concerns," Dalton added.

  • NORAD changed its radar filters to help spot smaller, slower objects after a Chinese spy balloon drifted over the US.
A US Air Force general overseeing a bilateral command tasked with defending US and Canadian airspace explained that's there's a reason mysterious flying objects seem to suddenly be popping up all over the place. The command has changed the way it looks for them and is now finding more of these objects.
Gen. Glen VanHerck, the commander of North American Aerospace Defense Command and US Northern Command, said that NORAD started searching for much smaller, slower-moving flying objects, while also making adjustments to filtration based on altitude. Typically, NORAD's radar detection is searching for fighter jets or bombers, which move at high speeds.

"What we're seeing is very, very small objects that produce a very, very low radar cross-section," VanHerck said. "These are very, very slow objects in the space, if you will, going at the speed of the wind essentially."
Looking for balloons or drones basically, not larger fast moving UAPs that many want to believe are.....you know.
Jeremy Corbell claiming this in a recent interview
- We have full intact craft
- Trying to reverse engineer them
- These craft are not from here (NHI)
- We've communicated with the NHI​​

Like Eric Weinstein and Sam Harris claims that come from reliable gov sources itd be nice if for once we knew what those sources were.


Eric Weinstein claims that he was told there is a disclosure plan and was promised access to some evidence. Says it's been 3 years and still no evidence. - Talked to Eric Davis - Sam Harris is done with UFOs - Reports of craft coming from space

The videoclip at the link is well worth checking out.

The scientist’s approach to UFOs

Dr. Garry Nolan is the director of the Stanford NHLBI Proteomics Center and professor of microbiology and immunology at the Stanford University School of Medicine with more than 300 research articles, including more than 120 peer-reviewed papers, to his credit. He holds 40 U.S. patents and has been honored as one of the top 25 inventors at Stanford University. Nolan, who has been with his husband Timothy for 20 years, is considered by many to be among the world’s foremost immunologists, and this year he has been nominated for a Nobel Prize.

But it is his work and outspoken position on UAPs — Unidentified Anomalous Phenomena, better known as UFOs — that has put him in the spotlight recently with all the talk of “Chinese balloons” and unknown objects being shot down by the U.S. military. His work on UAPs has also secured the ears of many in Congress and the intelligence community, with whom he has worked since 2012.

I recently spoke with Nolan regarding his work and insights into UAP/UFO phenomena as well as his status as an openly gay scientist and LGBTQ rights advocate.

Any final thoughts? I think things are going in the right direction, but expect the unexpected. Certainly with the whistleblowers now coming forward with protections afforded to them by the National Defense Authorization Act recently signed into law, they have extraordinary stories to tell. I consider myself knowledgeable, but some of the things I’ve heard, I’ve thought to myself, “How are people going to deal with this?” But at the same time, if it isn’t going to take food from your table, enjoy the ride.

Let’s just understand this is part of nature, and if we are to understand our role in nature, this is simply a part of it. And for those over many decades who faced ridicule and mockery for what they experienced, this has got to be incredibly validating for them, and we should be happy for them in this regard. But there’s much, much more to come. Stay tuned.