Undeniably, the reality of UAPs challenges our established perspectives on the nature of our existence. However, it is the duty of those engaged in rigorous exploration to seek the truth, no matter how uncomfortable.

Michael Shellenberger, a prominent American author who has dug deep into the nexus of politics, climate change, and nuclear power, unveiled his multi-year investigation into UAPs.

He relayed his findings in a recent interview on NewsNation YouTube.

His professional journey into nuclear energy sparked his interest in UAPs. It led him to uncover evidence of these phenomena, especially close to nuclear power and weapon sites. The intriguing pattern of UAP sightings near these sensitive areas hints at a complex relationship between the two, begging the question: are these occurrences coincidental, or do they signify a tangible connection?

When asked, Shellenberger said, "There is a relationship I don't understand...whatever is behind this is expressing concern for these sites."

Moreover, Shellenberger's investigations into nuclear energy and the unidentified anomalous phenomena have uncovered details about a secret retrieval program. Shellenberger had one source mention bodies as well. He left it out of his initial story because of "the ontological shock."

(Ontological shock is the shock you feel when your entire worldview is upended. ETs on Earth might do this. Don't worry; it passes!) You may have heard of the new US Department of Defense (DOD) All-Domain Anomaly Resolution Office, AARO. The role of this department, aimed at resolving anomalies, has been brought into sharp focus as conflicting reports emerge about the existence of verifiable evidence regarding UAPs. Notwithstanding the skepticism voiced by Kirkpatrick, the leader of AARO, the presence of credible evidence, as noted by the Inspector General of the Intelligence Community, cannot be dismissed lightly.


The whistleblower, David Grusch, also said he talked with Kirkpatrick a year ago and had no follow-up. Dr. K. noted, "AARO will follow the evidence wherever it leads." The Intelligence Community inspector general called the evidence from a year ago "urgent and credible."

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The truth necessitates a more transparent, thorough investigation.

Additionally, my stance on renewable energy sources, particularly solar energy, does not align with Shellenberger's view on the necessity of nuclear power. My faith in the potential of renewable sources like solar and wind energy is steadfast. The advent of technology, especially in sectors like electric vehicles, charging networks, batteries, artificial intelligence, and robotics (e.g., Tesla), has demonstrated that nuclear power does not have to pave the path to a sustainable future.

As we explore these narratives, a continued stream of testimonies from individuals risking their careers and personal safety to bring this issue into the light supports the argument that "we are not alone" in the cosmos. David Grusch, a whistleblower who dared to voice the truth, said the US has proof of the existence of non-human pilots in some instances. Despite the profound ontological shock that such revelations might trigger, it is essential to remember the importance of transparent and truthful reportage.

We must learn to balance scepticism with open-minded inquiry to navigate this complicated landscape of strange phenomena. Although the idea of extraterrestrial craft and non-human entities may seem far-fetched, the mounting evidence and credible testimonies support the long-stigmatized argument that aliens exist and are here now.

Thanks to new decentralised technology and brave, independent reporting from journalists, after 85 years, we may finally get some real answers from those in power.

In an eye-opening segment recently aired on NewsNation's YouTube channel, Michael Shellenberger, an environmental policy expert and author of 'Apocalypse Never,' boldly criticized the US government's handling of UAP (Unidentified Aerial Phenomena) disclosures. His argument largely revolves around the position that the government's approach to disclosure plays into the culture of fear and secrecy, further complicating the public's understanding of these complex phenomena.

The testimony of David Grusch, a former high-level intelligence analyst and whistleblower, underscored Shellenberger's sentiment.


Grusch, who recently served as a member of the UAP Task Force, revealed that he had uncovered a "broad crash retrieval program," claiming that the government has retrieved "quite a number" of non-human crafts or extraterrestrial technologies. When pressed on whether there have been retrievals of alien bodies, Grusch affirmed, saying, "As fantastical as that sounds, it's true."

While these revelations may initially be shocking or disturbing, they also indicate a step towards increased transparency. Acknowledging that there have been ongoing programs to study and understand these phenomena and potential non-human technologies is a substantial stride toward a better-informed public. Moreover, the courage of whistleblowers like Grusch in coming forward with this information may stimulate more scrutiny and demand for openness on the part of the government, fostering an environment of greater accountability.

In Shellenberger's view, the overall issue is not solely about the existence of UAPs or potential extraterrestrial life but also about how we respond as a society to these emerging and potentially unsettling realities. This sentiment echoes his work in environmental policy, where he frequently emphasizes the need to confront fears in a way that empowers us to seek practical and effective solutions. His voice in this arena is a compelling one. It may be what's needed to drive a more open and rational dialogue about UAPs.

Looking ahead, while it is clear that there have been missteps in the way information about UAPs has been handled, there's room for optimism. The first step in correcting a problem is acknowledging it; these recent disclosures are doing just that. Hopefully, they will lead to a more transparent future, where the public is more informed and fear is replaced by understanding and curiosity. Let's keep watching this space as the story continues to unfold.


Chris Lehto, ex-F-16 pilot, and YouTuber, combines aviation expertise and passion for the unexplained to investigate UAPs. He founded the UAP Society, funding decentralised research into alien existence using NFTs.

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