No it's not. Nope. The definition of "unknown" is "not currently known". No. Did you not? "It's NOT my fault that people have been widely using and labeling the word WRONGLY." Who else uses the word the way you do? Anyone? And, like I said earlier, the term is actually UAP (because of the reasons mentioned in the relevant post). No it doesn't. As previously explained. Nice try but "unknown" and "beyond understanding" have completely different meanings. Neither of which explicitly means "supernatural". Take a look at all of my (and everyone else's) previous posts on this subject.