The Navy has also encountered Unidentified Submarine Objects (USOs), and reports indicate that these mystery machines — or whatever they are — have even more impressive capabilities than previously thought.
The image above is of an earthbound mini-yacht designed by Pierpaolo Lazzarini for the Italian company Jet Capsule. As far as we know, it has no special abilities and is only intended for humans.
That is, one of Lazzarini’s yachts cannot dive beneath the surface of the ocean, as seen in the video above, and then take off at an impossible rate of speed.
An area we will learn more about, relevant to this video, is the interaction between US Navy submarines – nuclear ballistic submarines and attack submarines – picking up sonar contact of things moving at hundreds of knots under the water,” Mr Rogan said.
“There is an undersea dimension to this, on top of what the pilots are seeing above water.”
Mr Carlson responded: “Hundreds of knots under water? I don’t think people can even digest that.”
If we assume Navy data proving evidence of USOs traveling at a minimum of 200 knots is available, that’s 230 miles per hour. That is supercar speed, and it is truly mind-boggling.
As strange as all of the UFO news released in the lead-up to the Pentagon report has been, it gets even stranger when public figures who aren’t known for saying crazy things chime in, such as former US President Barack Obama, who said in a CBS interview that yes, “there’s footage and records of objects in the skies, that we don’t know exactly what they are, we can’t explain how they moved, their trajectory.”
“They did not have an easily explainable pattern,” Obama continued, “and so, you know, I think people are still interested in investigating and figuring out what that is.”
It’s difficult to believe that after decades of nonstop hand-waving and obfuscation, the US military and government in general are now openly admitting the existence of UFOs/USOs.
It’s even more difficult to believe that much more will be revealed in June when the Pentagon releases its report.
The famous X-Files slogan appears to have been correct all along — the truth is out there, and we’re about to find out.