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# So what ever became of that baltic `underwater ufo`

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posted on May, 15 2014 @ 05:02 PM
Almost a year later and nothing. That video was useless.

posted on May, 15 2014 @ 06:34 PM
well, we can start by investigation of their ship the Ocean Explorer (research vessel, not the oil tanker)
Last known position to see where they are exploring now. It is not winter in all parts of the world so if you are an exploration company, I assume you have a winter and summer project.

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posted on May, 16 2014 @ 12:46 PM

originally posted by: qmantoo
well, we can start by investigation of their ship the Ocean Explorer (research vessel, not the oil tanker)
Last known position to see where they are exploring now. It is not winter in all parts of the world so if you are an exploration company, I assume you have a winter and summer project.

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Looks like they are heading down to spend some of their cash at the World Cup

posted on May, 17 2014 @ 03:22 PM

You've misunderstood the use of Occam's Razor. It's a common misunderstanding, but it's still wrong. The complete formulation is, when given the choice between testing two hypotheses, start with the one with the fewest parts/least complexity. It's NOT "the simplest answer is probably correct", it's exclusively a rule of thumb for how to order your tests. If you will not or cannot test (say, something happened in the past and there's no way to repeat the event for testing), then you simply cannot choose between hypotheses that are consistent with the evidence. To do so -- to use the common formulation of Occam's Razor that "the simplest explanation is probably true" -- you are using bad logic; a non sequitor. Specifically, to get technical about it, it's a probabilistic formulation of a modus tolens syllogism.

Don't use bad logic and call it good. It's a disservice to everyone.

posted on May, 17 2014 @ 04:12 PM

originally posted by: uninfluenced

originally posted by: rhynouk
I completely forgot about the underwater thing. i remember there being loads of hype about it, and quite a few people claiming it was a USO or something.
From what I can remember, most people said it was some kind of rock.

Hopefully we'll get the full story of what happened, even if it was a rock.

As usual with anything ufo related, it came to nothing
zero, nought, zilch

Just curious as to why you think that is?

Possibly because thr UFO phenomenon is completely overblown and hoaxed to death?

posted on May, 21 2014 @ 01:46 PM
This is the first time I've heard of this thing but going by their website and the crappy images they have I can't see how anyone would think for a second that this isn't a rock. I mean wtf? Are people really that retarded?

posted on May, 22 2014 @ 08:57 AM
Lol they did sizzle out quite quickly lol.

i will say this though, to all those who are really here for an answer its more than possible they did find something and the shadow gov let them gather the beginning info on it, only to take the wheel later on which i believe they did.

Sort of like the Somali pirates, Some of the American troops that served there are saying that this was a distraction to take eyes away from the area for the American gov to do a bit of searching down in the depths for what the soldiers say is a real stargate just like out of the show. what better way to divert attention? PIRATES!

Sorry got off topic although that one is a great read and a few good interviews.

IMO the Baltic sea anomaly was handled incorrectly it should have been studied first and revealed later giving them less time to snuff it out of the public's radar.

posted on May, 22 2014 @ 11:17 AM
I yes I saw that in the movie 'Contact' starring Jodie Foster, have you seen that movie yet? Its really cool and they mention this during a critical point. Google the movie/director its fascinating if you didn't see it yet.

originally posted by: Lifeishigh

why not use common sence and think that things that seem out of this world get researched and the conclusion is either explained by earthly reasons or quickly labeled a hoax are covered up to keep the truth of cover up going? to me that seems logical.

The simplest explanation is usually the correct one.

posted on May, 23 2014 @ 01:20 PM

originally posted by: Mianeye
They only explore during summertime, winter is over summer has begun, expect to hear more during this summer.

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But it really shouldn't matter, since they were hinting that they already made a huge discovery and were just waiting on CNN to fact check it. If this were true, they wouldn't need to resume the mission to unveil their secret information they already have.

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