'Unidentified: Inside America's UFO Investigation' Season 2 Episode 6: Why is most of the big data classified?
Is the world really advanced enough to create tic-tac shaped objects defying gravity and moving at the speed of sound and light? If yes, why is it a secret?
Spoilers for 'Unidentified: Inside America's UFO Investigation' Season 2 Episode 6: 'The UFO Cover-Up'
'The UFO Cover-Up' is it? After five episodes of spine-chilling testimonies and numerous accounts of UFO sightings, did it all boil down to a major cover-up in what were probably top-secret military objects? Again, there's no definitive answer that Luis Elizondo or Chris Mellon could provide, but what they do have are enough data points to come to the conclusion that we might not really be alone. There's a whole new level of physics the world is yet to understand we have probably haven't so much as scratched the surface.
The USS Nimitz and the Roosevelt encounters were brought back into question in 'The UFO Cover-Up'. Multiple servicemen came out from the dark to provide a first-hand account of how the defense organizations were keeping these encounters a closely-guarded secret. Recorded details were picked up by officials to leave no trace. In a way, this just fuelled the theory that these organizations just fuelled UFO rumors. Quite a convenient way to cover up something they cannot explain.
These sightings have continued. Elizondo talks to an anonymous DoD source who claims information was withheld so as to not be leaked. These were confidential projects the defense was working on and could potentially change the face of warfare if proven to work. Area 51 too came under intense scrutiny for actually creating UFO ships. While these are testimonies the team has, the question still remains: Why would the government keep this a secret?
However, as far as personal opinion goes, is the world actually that advanced to create tic-tac shaped objects defying gravity, the speed of sound and light? Most of these extraterrestrial ships have fit into the five observables that Elizondo as established and honestly, to think mankind has reached that level of expertise comes across as hard to believe. More than the theory of top-secret projects, however believable, the most logical answer is the fact that we do not have an answer to what exactly these objects are.
For now, part of the world is convinced that UFOs exist. There have been unsolved mysteries and some unbelievable sights and tales that just lead us to agree with the Elizondo and Mellon that we are probably not alone and there's a lot we don't know. And hopefully, someone somewhere figures out an answer.
'Unidentified: Inside America's UFO Investigation' Season 2 airs Saturdays 10 pm ET on History.