The Truth Is Out There: UFOs & Blink-182
Tom DeLonge, one of the founder members of the pop-punk band, Blink-182, has been incredibly vocal about his belief in extraterrestrial life. In 2015, he founded To the Stars Academy of Arts and Sciences (TTSA), an organization dedicated to reaching his passion, UFOs, and extraterrestrial life. They were responsible for posting the popular UFO videos; FLIR1, Gimbal, and GoFast. Which together have over 22 million views.
Last month, U.S. Navy spokesman Joseph Gradisher confirmed that these videos posted by TTSA indeed show "unidentified aerial phenomena." Now, the U.S. government is not only confirming their videos but is not teaming up with TTSA. From their website: To The Stars Academy of Arts & Science (TTSA) announced today a Cooperative Research and Development Agreement (CRADA) with the U.S. Army Combat Capabilities Development Command to advance TTSA's materiel and technology innovations to develop enhanced capabilities for Army ground vehicles.
Back in September, DeLonge and TSSA claimed that they found metal materials that were not of this world. With the discovery of this alien alloy, the US government coming forth and confirming the existence of UFO, or as they put it, Unidentified Aerial Phenomena (UAP). Now there is a college course dedicated to discussing "Are UFOs A Threat To National Security." That leads us to the question; is this the beginning of what many are calling; Alien Disclosure? Where for the first time, the "powers that be" will disclose the existence of life beyond our planet.
Only time will tell whether or not we will have full disclosure, but until then, keep looking up, the truth is out there.