UFOs /UAPs a question of national defence? No

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I've been meaning to share this blog post for a while now. It's by our own @Aussie Mike on his The Aspiring Animist blog, from the 22nd of June of this year.

UFOs /UAPs a question of national defence? No

Quote:UAPs have been in the public consciousness since 1947 when Kenneth Arnold introduced the term ‘flying saucer’. The US government has been involved, with some degree of public acknowledgment, in trying to figure out what UAPs are for at least 75 years.

The idea that they represent a possible threat to national security now, and more funding is required to do more research is so absurd it is either not true, or it is grossly incompetent – or a blend of both. I prefer not true.

Quote:It is a fair conclusion that if there was to be a ‘hot war’ between the US military and UAPs it would be short and catastrophic for the US military. This is an important consideration for two reasons:
  1. If UAPs were the product of peer, or near peer, nations like Russia or China, why would they ‘toying’ with the US for years, and not pressing their advantage in an effective geo-political manner?
  2. If the operators of the UAPs had hostile intent, why spend decades ‘toying’ with military forces while being friendly to civilians? At what stage would the plain military advantage be pressed – if that was the intent?
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I'm getting a security alarm when I try to go on his blog or his article, Laird.
(2022-08-13, 03:29 PM)Ninshub Wrote: I'm getting a security alarm when I try to go on his blog or his article, Laird.

Oh dear. Yes, he did have a problem with a malware infection back in October last year, but we fixed that together, and as far as I know it hasn't returned. Probably, this warning is a holdover from that malware infection.

Which app/service is the source of the security alarm?
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(2022-08-13, 05:37 AM)Laird Wrote: I've been meaning to share this blog post for a while now. It's by our own @Aussie Mike on his The Aspiring Animist blog, from the 22nd of June of this year.

UFOs /UAPs a question of national defence? No


Quote:The idea that they represent a possible threat to national security now, and more funding is required to do more research is so absurd it is either not true, or it is grossly incompetent – or a blend of both. I prefer not true.

Unless there has been a program of the long term in-detail studying of us by the intelligences, which could include our biology (as perhaps indicated by the many cattle mutilations, which the ETs/ultraterrestrials could be resorting to due to the great difficulty of easily and non-interferingly kidnapping and sacrificing many humans). Logically, once the period of in-depth study is finished, the program would progress to the purpose of the study, which could possibly be takeover.
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(2022-08-13, 10:19 PM)Laird Wrote: Oh dear. Yes, he did have a problem with a malware infection back in October last year, but we fixed that together, and as far as I know it hasn't returned. Probably, this warning is a holdover from that malware infection.

Which app/service is the source of the security alarm?

I'm using Firefox on a Mac.

And I'm getting the same thing on Google Chrome.
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(2022-08-13, 10:40 PM)nbtruthman Wrote: Unless there has been a program of the long term in-detail studying of us by the intelligences, which could include our biology (as perhaps indicated by the many cattle mutilations, which the ETs/ultraterrestrials could be resorting to due to the great difficulty of easily and non-interferingly kidnapping and sacrificing many humans). Logically, once the period of in-depth study is finished, the program would progress to the purpose of the study, which could possibly be takeover.

From other sources this appears to be the case to a fair degree. However, we cannot assume that any imagined takeover is inherently a threat to 'national' security. Since the late 1940s there has been abundant evidence that ET is so far ahead technologically [and still is] that if a military threat was interpreted merely by presence and activity it would have the character of paranoia. The mere presence of vastly superior force may cause concern until conduct and intend has been determined. Intent may or may not be known by governments. Conduct seems to be more about taking the piss and being a nuisance than actual intimidation.

If we go into myth, it might be argued that we humans constitute an attempt to takeover the Earth. There have been arguments that ET/human hybrids are an attempt to replace [upgrade?] current humans - and hence ET will prevail. But how is this any different to what has been possibly happening for a very long time?

A takeover isn't necessarily a threat. It could be, but we can't assume it is. We need to distinguish between a natural apprehension because of what we don't know and our unfortunate habit of assuming what is unknown is inherently a threat and attacking it. In the instance of UFOs, attacking them has proven to be futile.

There are, in addition to governments, there are individuals who claim to have been in contact with ET since the 1950s [in the sense that ET has been perceived to be an operator of a UFO - as opposed to human contact with other beings]. These contacts have not resulted in any messages of threat being conveyed. It is certainly true that some encounters have been terrifying - but that has not been because of intentional harm being caused.

The impression I get is that ET stands in relation to humans and humans stand in relation to dogs. Whether this is uniformly the case, I don't know. They certainly are not just slightly more technologically advanced folk of comparable intelligence. Dogs have flourished under human evolution and domination. Other critters haven't of course.

I think anticipation that blends excitement with a dash of anxiety is far more appropriate. Although I am no fan of Greer and his demand for disclosure.
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(2022-08-14, 02:23 AM)Ninshub Wrote: I'm using Firefox on a Mac.

And I'm getting the same thing on Google Chrome.

It could be your security/firewall/anti-virus software app, which is providing a "safe browsing" feature across all browsers. Does the alarm go away when you temporarily disable any security/firewall/anti-virus app(s) that you're using?
(2022-08-14, 02:47 AM)Laird Wrote: It could be your security/firewall/anti-virus software app, which is providing a "safe browsing" feature across all browsers. Does the alarm go away when you temporarily disable any security/firewall/anti-virus app(s) that you're using?
It doesn't seem to, no.

Btw, we can take this to private message in order not to disturb the thread.

EDIT: It's Bitdefender that's warning me.
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(2022-08-14, 02:50 AM)Ninshub Wrote: It doesn't seem to, no.

Correction: yes. It's Bitdefender that was preventing, and when I remove its "TrafficLight" extension, I can see the website.
(2022-08-14, 02:50 AM)Ninshub Wrote: Btw, we can take this to private message in order not to disturb the thread.

Done.
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