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The US Congress has ordered the intelligence agencies to reveal all that they know about UFO activities. Congress's directive has given less than 180 days for the Office of Naval Intelligence the Unidentified Ariel Phenomena Task Force and the FBI to give detailed analyses of UFO data that they hold.
The report should also reveal possible UFO security threats from considered enemies of the US. Last year, the Pentagon released three videos, one from 2004 and two from 2015, featuring "unclassified Ariel phenomena" that were confirmed as real. The report should be unclassified but can have a classified annexe.
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Well now, Brian, I await developments with an open mind. Maybe it will make a change from lunatic fringe TV. Thanks for posting this snippet, Bob
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That should be "Aerial phenomena" not "Ariel phenomena". The latter is an entirely different kettle of fish.
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Ariel might be the American ( Webster's ) spelling. In the "Tempest", Ariel is a spirit of the air.
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I've checked in Webster's Stella and they use the same "Aerial" as in the same context as the English dictionary. As you know, some Americanisms are spelt differently, but not in this instance. Yes, I know what an Ariel is here. :wink:
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"Lunatic Fringe" :D

Didn't Majestic 12 assasinate President Kennedy for threatening to release this sort of information? :shock:
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Perhaps it should be the lunatic fridge at the moment Brian.
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brian livesey wrote: Thu Jan 14, 2021 6:10 pm I've checked in Webster's Stella and they use the same "Aerial" as in the English dictionary. As you know, some Americanisms are spelt differently. Yes, I know what an Ariel is here.
Its also a name in the Little Mermaid :roll:
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Ariel gives the UFOs beautifully laundered freshness and fine smelling aliens.

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