In “UFO” and “UAP,” “unidentified flying object” and “unidentified aerial phenomenon,” we use the word “unidentified.” “Unidentified” means it’s not known to be ours. All of our flying objects have names or numbers. When people report a UFO or UAP, they cannot give a name or number. This means either that they were not perfectly sane, or that they saw what they saw. It doesn’t mean that the object was there as they described. When they try to prove it, they show a grainy video that moves like a reflection on a window. By the word “phenomenon,” we deliberately avoid having to admit that UFOs are objects.