Are UFOs Mechanical Lifeforms?



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A photograph of an alleged U.S. Department of Defense UFO/UAP scientific study posted on 4chan is going viral on social media. The excerpt of the study reveals the possibility that UFOs could belong to a class of mechanical lifeforms constructed by organic, off-world intelligences. In the document, the author(s) analyze the results of an AI neural network study using data from over one thousand two hundred UFO encounters. According to the paper, the most logical conclusion is that these unidentified objects are either "remote autonomous drones or a form of mechanical life."

On a recent appearance on the Joe Rogan experience, Dr. Neil deGrasse Tyson alluded to the possibility of extraterrestrial contact via intelligent mechanical devices by citing the film "Transformers" as an example of a clever way self-replicating autonomous machines could explore the galaxy.

Although we cannot at the moment confirm the provenance of the above-mentioned document, it is not beyond the realm of possibility that advanced civilizations could construct and send fully operational probes to other star systems. Read the leaked (edited for clarity) document below:

Section V: Behavioral Data Analysis

Joint elements of ONI, NSA DHS, and SAP cleared experts curated by the DoD have conducted careful examinations of aggregated data and witness accounts. The scope referenced in this subsection refers to CERT class cases, which are in turn designated as such due to a common similarity in behavior with other high-credibility cases. As mentioned in section III, this class contains 1,292 cases and is the only class capable of receiving post-analysis treatment.

Behavioral Conclusions:

Data from Secondary Reference reports indicate a significant commonality in stimulus-response and lead to generalized conclusions of the nature of UNSP cognitive processing though some details differ, this body is reasonably confident that expert findings indicate some form of inorganic intelligence.

All cases where UASP contacts performed a reactionary behavior that was not an immediate disengagement can be broadly described as displaying a sense of fear and curiosity. Some data-backed witness accounts went so far as to describe interactions as "playful like a puppy" and "skittish" but very aware, "sort of like my parrot, actually." This behavior is a primary dicator of CERT class cases and is not seen in cases that have been otherwise explained. The report employed a blind study using known behavioral data processed through a customized Al, essentially reverse engineering the thought processing using gathered stimulus/response data. A DoD computing cluster ran a virtual neural network using the engineered processing system and found that UA/SP behaviors can be reproduced with 98 4% certainty in a closed processing environment. The report concluded that the behaviors analyzed on such contacts exhibit AGI Strong or ASI Weak behaviors and can be reproduced with current computational systems This report is significant as it indicates that extraneous processes found in organic life are not impacting behaviors. The elimination of these variables and the select of maneuvers seen in Section II on chemical processes suggest that UA/SP contacts are either remote, autonomous drones or a form of mechanical life.

The Harmen-McCarren report uses the "1999 Discrepancy" to suggest an update may have changed the behavior and physical construction of UA/SPS, thus classifying them as ones deployed by an organic species. Shibakoyat responds to this claim, countering that a machine intelligence may react similarly to a particular stimulus and hypothesized that the rapid increase of flight performance might indicate a stepped virtual evolution process. Likewise, Shibakoya extrapolates that the gradual shift in appearance and behavior of detected CERT cases may be an artifact of generational changes, with older models being relegated to consciousness involved tasks. The Harmen-McCanen and Shibakoya reports both propose that a potential...

pp G Sec 2 Secondary Reference Reports
pp B Sec 1b Expenditure Tiers
pp 6 Sec 2e M Harmen, S McCarren (2018), Blackout flower Report
app G Sec 2k K Shibakoya (2020) Layer 3 Behavioral Assessment
pp F Sec 4b DoD (1992 2017) High Value Witness Interviews
A G Sec 16 High Tandem (2018 ) Behavioral Simulabon Study