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I followed this UFO for 100 miles before I realized it was a "dropping" on my windshield. 

Weather Balloon

Unidentified Flying Objects (UFOs) -- or as they are called today -- Unidentified Aerial Phenomen

a (UAPs) are no joking matter. Or perhaps they are.

In any event, UFOs have been a topic of fascination for many years and are making headlines once again. People have reported sightings of strange objects in the sky that they can’t explain, leading to a variety of theories and speculation about what these objects could be.

The term "UFO" was first coined in the 1950s, when reports of sightings began to increase. At that time, the US Air Force investigated many of the sightings, and developed the Project Blue Book to collect and analyze data. However, many of the sightings remained unexplained, and the government eventually closed the project in 1969. Since then, there have been many more sightings reported, but no government agency has taken on the responsibility of investigating them.

The US government adopted the more "neutral" term UAP in 2020, when the Pentagon released a report on UAPs that were encountered by military pilots. The report acknowledged that some of the sightings could not be explained, and called for further investigation and analysis.

One of the most famous incidents involving UFOs is the Roswell incident of 1947. A UFO reportedly crashed in Roswell, New Mexico, and the US military was involved in the cleanup and investigation. The incident has been the subject of much speculation and conspiracy theories, but the government has maintained that the object was a weather balloon. Sound familiar?

There have also been many other reported sightings of UFOs, both in the US and around the world. Some people believe that these objects could be alien spacecraft, while others think they could be experimental military aircraft or natural phenomena. The lack of concrete evidence and the secrecy surrounding government investigations has only added to the mystery and intrigue surrounding UFOs and UAPs.

In conclusion, the mystery of UFOs and UAPs continues to fascinate people around the world. While there have been many reported sightings and incidents, there is still no definitive answer as to what these objects are or where they come from. Until there is more concrete evidence and transparency from government agencies, the debate and speculation will continue.

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