The U.S. Navy filmed a spherical UFO hovering then diving into the water (@JeremyCorbell)
A clip shot by the US Navy shows an unidentified object dancing across the screen before entering the ocean, sparking the imagination of alien believers everywhere.
There is no information about the object other than the fact that the Pentagon has confirmed that the video is real, and it is now available for viewing online - so you can judge for yourself
Here's some of that footage," director Jeremy Korbel wrote on his website, where he shared the clip with details about the object. According to Korbel, although the clip was shot three years ago, in 2019, it has not been publicly available until now. According to all tests And theorized the source of the documentation is the war room of the battleship USS Omaha, which was sailing in the ocean off the coast of San Diego, although this information has not been confirmed.
Watch the bizarre documentation
Although the video is short, the object appears to be able to move quickly in both air and water, making it more advanced in mobility than any known means of transportation to mankind, military or civilian.
The object itself is extremely small, appearing in the form of a large ball with a diameter of 2 meters.
However, it is very fast, capable of reaching a speed of 254 kilometers per hour while flying through the air.
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Even the state television networks reported on the incident
After the video was published, the army began to search for him in the area with the help of a submarine, but it is quite clear that he is no longer there.
The scientific website iflscience explains that currently there is no known means of transportation that is able to stay in air for a long time and then move to water and continue moving.
In the last century, the idea of a flying submarine was tested, but obvious difficulties regarding fuel and technology that would allow it to take off caused the idea to be buried.
In 2008, the US government began attempts to develop a flying submarine, but the contracts were abandoned, and the idea was never realized.