I figure it'll take a few decades... or maybe we'll need to wait for the next generation to process and accept the fact that the observed phenomenon is real and behaves according to physical laws that haven't been decoded yet.
The phenomenon with its apparent ability to bend space and cancel time limitations (regulated by Einsteins formulas) is eons beyond known human tech (...unless there's a split civilization on earth).
Doesn't take a rocket scientist to understand why any intelligence / security agency would be against any disclosure. This stuff is way beyond our intelligence and defeats any idea of security... like they said back in the blue book era: 'the phenomena poses no risk to national security.' (because we can't counter the phenomena with any earthly means anyways lol)
The history of the past 21 years has repeatedly led Air Force officers to the conclusion that none of the things seen, or thought to have been seen, which pass by the name of UFO reports, constituted any hazard or threat to national security.
That statement was absolutely correct for the period but has obviously taken on another meaning since 2017, the video leaks and the Grusch revelations. If the phenomena is real (tictac physics), the logical and adjusted Air Force statement should really be that our specie has been allowed to 'evolve' on this planet until further notice.
The occasional abductions, mutilations, Ariel school, Varginha Brazil 1996 interference, 2004 Nimitz... nuclear installations checkups. The documentation piles up but are we not just all waiting for a final notice ?
Happy New Year !!