By Daryn Stack

The past couple of weeks have been eventful on the unidentified flying objects front, with as many as four being shot down by the United States military. Now if you’re reading this with extra-terrestrial aliens in mind, the information received so far might be underwhelming. The government officials that have spoken with the media have made it clear that they don’t believe the objects are of alien origin. With that being said, you can still hold out hope because the remains of these UFOs have yet to be fully recovered. Talks of UFOs picked up steam when what was believed to be a Chinese Spy balloon had been slowly flying over the United States, and after much scrutiny over not taking action right away, the Biden administration decided to remove the believed Chinese spy balloon. Following these events, the Chinese government, in an attempt to absolve all suspicions, stated that the balloon was just “an unmanned civilian weather research airship”. Now as stated earlier, the remains of these objects have yet to be fully recovered but as for what has been recovered, there is evidence of equipment used to collect data and antennas that were likely capable of collecting and geo-locating communications, disproving the claims of an innocent weather balloon. Following these events, there have been a few more similar balloon objects flying throughout the Americas with one spotted floating over Latin America. New information from government officials confirms that after shooting down the first spy balloon they followed that up with shooting three more objects, one being located over Canada, another off the coast of Alaska, and the last being over Lake Huron Michigan. But as for these three objects, there is still little known of their origin, but the most information we have received is from president Biden when he stated that “We don’t yet know exactly what these three objects were,….But nothing right now suggests they were related to China’s spy balloon program or that they were surveillance vehicles from … any other country. The intelligence community’s current assessment is that these three objects were mostly balloons tied to private companies, recreation or research institutions studying weather or conducting other scientific research.”