The “Juvenile Taboo” Against Telling Truths About An Alien Presence

Robert Bigelow, Owner of Bigelow Aerospace in Las Vegas, Nevada, confirms his participation to investigate UFOs in the new organization To The Stars Academy with retired military intelligence and scientist participants and is quoted in today's December 19, 2017, New York Times as saying Americans are being held back from serious research into U.F.O.s by “a juvenile taboo.”

“The object's orientation and performance seem to defy
current principals of physics such as atmospheric resistance and normal
aerodynamic forces. During the orientation change, the UFO also
slows to a near stop, but does not change altitude.”

- DoD Analysis of UFO in U. S. Navy F/A-18F
fighter jet's gun camera infrared video

1) The U. S. Department of Defense provided two infrared gun camera videos, and says there will be a third video. The first is 34 seconds (above white object in gun camera sites) and identified as 2004 USS Nimitz FLIR 1 Video taken off the coast of San Diego, California, along with a written report. This was released in The New York Times on December 16, 2017. 2) The second longer video (2:45) is identified as GIMBAL video in which "the date, location and other information have been removed by the originating authority as part of the release  approval process." Earthfiles understands from the Commander David Fravor interview  in The Washington Post that this location might have been between San Diego and Mexico —  or might have been in the Middle East where Commander Fravor was assigned in 2004. See both released videos below: First, December 16, 2017, 2004 San Diego,  with updated pilot conversation transcript from Earthfiles filtered version below. Second, the GIMBAL longer video (2:45) in The Washington Post, December 18, 2017. Both released by the Defense Department's Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program (AATIP).
1) The U. S. Department of Defense provided two infrared gun camera videos, and says there will be a third video. The first is 34 seconds (above white object in gun camera sites) and identified as 2004 USS Nimitz FLIR 1 Video taken off the coast of San Diego, California, along with a written report. This was released in The New York Times on December 16, 2017.

2) The second longer video (2:45) is identified as GIMBAL video in which "the date, location and other information have been removed by the originating authority as part of the release  approval process." Earthfiles understands from the Commander David Fravor interview  in The Washington Post that this location might have been between San Diego and Mexico —  or might have been in the Middle East where Commander Fravor was assigned in 2004.

See both released videos below: First, December 16, 2017, 2004 San Diego,  with updated pilot conversation transcript from Earthfiles filtered version below. Second, the GIMBAL longer video (2:45) in The Washington Post, December 18, 2017. Both released by the Defense Department's Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program (AATIP).

Update January 4, 2018 Albuquerque, New Mexico - Original December 19, 2017 report - Now with both infrared gun camera videos and more filtered audio analysis of jet fighter voices in 34-second video from 2004, released in The New York Times on Saturday, December 16, 2017.

Two days later on Monday, December 18, 2017, the second longer video (2:45) identified as GIMBAL in which “the date, location and other information have been removed by the originating authority as part of the release approval process” was released in The Washington Post, along with an interview from American Navy pilot David Fravor who was

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