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Jun 17th, 2012 3:09 PM #1
Baltic Sea UFO discovered ?
Well it's something weird anyway
I'm surprised this one hasn't been hushed up as there seems to be a lot of early details. Normally this stuff gets hushed early whilst it's being investigated. It probably will be from now and we'll hear no more....
Jun 18th, 2012 5:04 AM #2
Seems fascinating, but I can't believe the 'skid mark' would be an elliptical-underside's crash or slide-path. Something's not right about it.
A tripod wasn't deployed... " -so we have to crash at a horizontal declination. " I dunno... It couldn't have already been underwater. The speed would've had to be preposterously fast, and there's no perceivable destination." Take Badlaw's body out to the gold-mine 'n toss it down a shaft. "
Jun 20th, 2012 6:57 PM #3
First why cover up a rock formation? It's not a craft of any sort.
This is from the interview they did after the dive with Express
Rock Formation, which almost seems to be cast in cement, according to the divers.
At one point there was what is likened to a pearl necklace - or that someone has tried to make a fireplace with an inch-sized rocks on the ocean floor.
The furnace-like rock formations on top of that which constitutes the large circle that was discovered with a scanner tool last year. Divers images shows that the circle in turn consist of several blocks formed by "rolls" or "mushrooms" that is attached to each other, forming the circle.
Overall, the object is 60 meters long and about as wide.
Elsewhere, it looks like someone has pinched the mountain at the edge, as if you have breathed together two molds and it sticks out between stone formers, according to the divers.
But this is still an interesting find, and more power to the salvage team for milking the rubes for whatever they can get to raise more money to examine it.Mr. T made his van go twice the speed of light because he wanted to prove that quantum physics was a bunch of jibba jabba.
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