UAP declassified in recent years, do they match the capabilities of any weapons known now?

Regarding the mysterious flying vehicles declassified a couple of years ago by the us military, did any new weapons systems, drones or planes of which any of you anons has any knowledge can now be connected to those things now?

I was a strong proponent of the idea that they might be some type of experimental drones or some kind of fast manoeuvering missile systems but I am still not able to point the finger at anything that might match them in performance.

Any ideas?

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  1. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    nah, they're electronically generated decoy signals, they exist but aren't physical, and are classified because we want enemies they get used on to buy that they're real contacts, instead of the more mild advantage that would come with them disregarding their sensors entirely.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Fpbp.

      UFOs are real, and many are not of mainline human origin. But the videos of tic tac objects presented by TTSA are likely what you describe. Some kind of holographic/radar spoofing decoy.

  2. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Experimental drones that have been sighted since the 1900s. Experimental drones that can travel at hypersonic velocity and are capable of transmedium travel. Experimental drones that fly circles around our best fighters.

    Sure.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Only recently we have clear sightings and decent data. Old sightings are nearly impossibile to verify.

      Mach 5 speeds and trans medium abilities exist in things like submarine launched missiles.
      However these lack the ability to manoeuvre on very tight turn radiuses.

  3. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >Any ideas?
    yeah

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      This basically.
      People who want to have a hot take without looking gullible or expending effort search their mind for alternatives to aliens and come up with "Chinese experimental drone flight off our coast".
      Serious analysts carefully plot the trajectory and find it's consistent with a fricking balloon going no faster than windspeed every time there's enough data.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        https://i.imgur.com/W2ARGgb.png

        >Any ideas?
        yeah

        Ok, but it must be a bit more complicated when we talk about some of the officially disclosed videos.
        If it was camera issue it would not show up on Multiple instruments and balloons don't just fly in random trajectories against wind.

  4. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Tic tac systems have been sighted as far back as the 1980s, but usually in the context of muh aliens. The only real thing I see get spouted regarding high maneuverability aerial vehicles are the weird triangular stealth vehicle sightings which as far as I am aware do not correspond to the declassified pentagon UAP videos. We did get that tongue in cheek tweet after the latest top gun that there are even faster aerial vehicles in operation which are yet to be declassified but that is about it.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >Tic tac systems have been sighted as far back as the 1980s
      Is citing the time before everyone carried cameras supposed to lend credibility because it was observed longer?
      Between the advent of Star Trek and the cell phone there was a hysteria of reports of saucers, triangles, dancing lights, formations of spacecraft, grey aliens walking around, anus inspection day, etc.
      There is the pick and choice of 'corroboration' for anything you want from the age of eyewitness accounts.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        It's a combination of demonic apparitions, exotic military technology, and NHI. The demonic apparitions show up throughout history, appearing relative to the time period's technology. So in the 1800s, they'd appear as floating ships. Then some other stuff and then in the 1970s, flying geometric shapes (though the triangles are probably skunkworks shit). And now today, they're just blobs of energy or orbs.

        Alien abductions are just govt mind control projects involving drugs and memory implantation, the technology exists and is patented, look it up.

        Muh aliens are just the government's boogie man that they can point their finger at, IE skinwalker ranch victims getting insane head injuries from "ufo propulsion" etc, when it's just the govt testing energy weapons on joe blow. Anyway my crack pipe is calling me now, take it easy.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        >Is citing the time before everyone carried cameras supposed to lend credibility because it was observed longer?
        No I am just pointing out when the claims of tic tac vehicles first started appearing as some of the UAPs brought up during the declassification were tic tack shaped. If the furthest claims were the 90s or even 60s I would have said either.

  5. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Simply a set of drones. One cloams/masks its radar signature, and another drone 70 mi away mimmicks the other ones radar signature, creating the illusion of extremely fast travel.

  6. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    So not long ago Princeton or Harvard or MIT or someone published a paper about getting return signals from a light-generated object. AKA, a type of "hard light" in a lab.

    I think what is going on is that the US has developed some sort of hardlight technology, which would explain a lot of the inconsistent behavior seen. It's basically a hologram with a signature in heat and maybe radar, and since it's just a projection it can go basically wherever you want it, as fast as you want it. The fact that they are simple shapes may have something to do with the capability of the emitter. Maybe, like how the F117 was designed the way it was because that's basically all the computational power could come up with in the 70s. Maybe the smooth tictacs are just the best we can do.

    But consider the application of being able to make any radar signature appear, anywhere, at will. You could flash-bang your enemies with tons of false signatures at very low cost (a la Halo Reach or Halo 3 where you had the radar scrambler item which added fake red dots to the motion tracker). You could keep the enemy in a constant state of tension where they don't know if a given signature is real or not, forcing them to wear out scrambling to intercept every "bomber" coming at them. You could use them as bait for SAM systems while your real (stealth) bomber slips by unnoticed.

    Imagine being the Chinese SAM commander who can't figure out which of the 20 B-21 radar signatures is the REAL one, and you have to choose wisely because you already spent a lot of your ammo on the first wave of 20 B-21 phantom projections.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Nice theory.

      Do you know of what kind of equipment can make these "hard lights" with both radar and thermal? I can't find the paper.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        https://news.mit.edu/2018/physicists-create-new-form-light-0215

        Closest I found, but I think there was a follow-up paper not long ago. Anyway it seems that they use essentially 2 projectors in some sort of medium, but I'm not going to pretend it sounds like something they could do outside of a lab. Unless the USAF/USN was already aware that this was possible and has been working on it for some time.

        Either way, some sorta EWAR frickery with projections and lasers to make objects appear and disappear makes more sense to me than the US having discovered some 0-to-mach 10 silent propulsion system or lizard people pods. It'd explain why they can move in any direction, move extremely fast, be silent, and appear/disapear at will,

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          Thank you

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          More topical discussion below
          https://www.abovetopsecret.com/forum/thread904926/pg4
          https://www.abovetopsecret.com/forum/thread1164412/pg1
          You can only imagine how much better these sorts of systems are now with the advanced in phase conjugate adaptive optics.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Good ole' plasmon polaritons in ultra cold gases FTW.
      >It slices
      >It dices
      >It compresses laser pulses
      Fun with plasmonics is a recurring theme in cutting edge defense research. Like this, for example. What happens to the wavelength, /k/?

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