Sunday, January 16

US would finance reverse engineering of UFO technology | Digital Trends Spanish

The United States Congress is close to passing a new defense bill that would allow funding for reverse engineering of UFO technology.

Reverse engineering is defined as the process that identifies the properties of a physical object through an exhaustive analysis of its structure, operations, and functions.

This bill will form a rapid response force that could conduct field investigations and analyze data from any sightings of unidentified aerial phenomena (FANI), the preferred term used by the military.

“Protecting our national security interests means knowing who and what is flying in US airspace,” said Rubén Gallego, one of the representatives behind this project.

“Right now, our FANI tracking and identification system is spread across the Department of Defense and other departments and agencies of the federal government.”

The bill also proposes the creation of an investigative process by the Pentagon that allows understanding any FANI that appears beyond the “state of the art known in science or technology.”

This data obtained may also be used in funding requests to “replicate any of these advanced features and benefits” of the FANI, according to the site. Military.

This means that the United States government could reverse engineer UFO technology.

In recent months, the authorities of the North American country have revealed a series of documents that have registered several sightings of this type. However, according to the authorities, most of these cases are false and the rest cannot be confirmed.

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