New hypothesis possibly links Tic-Tac UFOs to marine life

Former NASA research scientist and current associate professor of physics at the University of Albany Kevin H. Knuth has drafted an interesting hypothesis that ties the Nimitz UAP incident to the marine life in the area. The nine-page study even goes to state that the UAPs could be monitoring the migration of whales, and even mentions a recent UAP sighting off the coast of Oregon similar to the Tic-Tac.

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INTERVIEW: Nimitz's Sean Cahill on 'Unidentified' experience , struggles of UFO crowd

Sean Cahill is the charismatic key witness of the famed Nimitz encounter, as his story and continued exploration played out in History’s hit “Unidentified.” Cahill is currently a retired U.S. Navy Chief-Master-At Arms, and is spending his civilian life as an investigative film maker and meditation facilitator.

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EXCLUSIVE: Avionics Technician corroborates Nimitiz UFO story, more witnesses exist

Patrick Hughes wasn’t a direct witness to the Nimitiz UFO encounter, but as an Avionics Technician during the incident he was able to detail specifics on how it was viewed behind the scenes.

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COMMENTARY: Why is the U.S. Navy looking into UFOs before the Air Force?

The U.S. Navy is now publicly acknowledging the existence of UFOs, and will put into fruition specific guidelines in reporting sightings due to some behind the scenes coercing from Tom DeLonge and Luis Elizondo’s To The Stars Academy Of Arts And Science.

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COMMENTARY: What could the To The Stars March tease be?

Experiencer and Nimitz UFO witness Kevin Day recently shared a screen shot e-mail exchange with Luis Elizondo that hinted at an “updated time frame” of March. The e-mail teases that “…we are really making progress in areas that will change the conversation forever” and “The conversation has changed and I think by March ( I was hoping end of January) most everyone will see it too.”

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Kevin Day details TIC TAC UAP experience, aftermath that influences him still

Kevin Day was the air intercept controller (AIC) aboard the Princeton during the now highly-publicized Nimitz UAP incident. Like many people who’ve experienced the UFO phenomena, Day’s life changed that day, and like many compelled him to tell his story in one way or another.

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