Are UAPs that are trans medium at impossible speeds evidence of unknown science?

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    michael17
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    Are UAPs that are trans medium at impossible speeds evidence of unknown science or preternatural phenomena.

    https://thedebrief.org/pentagon-confirms-leaked-video-showing-transmedium-ufo-is-authentic/

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    RichRaelian
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    Hi! That is a good question to ask and I wish I had concrete scientific evidence from behind the scenes to satisfy your curousity in this manner that would make this unknown science real to you.

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    Unseen
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    As usual, what passes for “evidence” is basically something someone or some agency says with at best blurry photos on offer. We live in an age with excellent photo resources. Satellites, we are told, can read license plates, for example, yet I have yet to see an image that is both convincing and shows a craft with any degree of detail. Sometimes they seem round and sometimes maybe triangular.

    As for your question, the answer is possibly yes, in a sense, with “unknown science” understood to mean “stuff we don’t know yet.” So, a) the “evidence” isn’t evidence and b) science isn’t done yet.

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    michael17
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    As usual, what passes for “evidence” is basically something someone or some agency says with at best blurry photos on offer. We live in an age with excellent photo resources. Satellites, we are told, can read license plates, for example, yet I have yet to see an image that is both convincing and shows a craft with any degree of detail. Sometimes they seem round and sometimes maybe triangular. As for your question, the answer is possibly yes, in a sense, with “unknown science” understood to mean “stuff we don’t know yet.” So, a) the “evidence” isn’t evidence and b) science isn’t done yet.

    Congress moved to fund the investigation and to have all armed forces to report incidence, not just the Navy.

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    Unseen
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    Congress moved to fund the investigation and to have all armed forces to report incidence, not just the Navy.

    I said “someone or some agency” tells us, but without any convincing evidence. We get testimony, much of it second-hand and blurry inconclusive images that anyone who isn’t skeptical can read whatever they want into.

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