Skeptics have already made their minds up about UAPs

The assumption of what a uap most likely is without considering the data we have on it is totally useless.

One should therefore never assume that a UAP is a craft with pilots until one has data to show that is the case. You agree, I'm sure.
That's why I support data-driven conclusions, not specious and uninformed speculations of mere probabilities.
You're telling lies again. Your conclusions are never data-driven. If they weren't just uniformed speculations, we could have a far more useful discussion. I don't think you can tell the difference, to be honest. Unless you're just trolling, of course.

Also, I noticed that you didn't apologise to your readers for trying to pull the wool over their eyes, again.