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any update on "Operation Baltic Discovery USO / UFO ? "

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posted on Jan, 9 2012 @ 03:25 PM
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I known this "news" about this crashed spaceship on the sea floor is about ½ year old.. but I wanted to hear if any ATS members have heard any new information regarding this USO..

Im just hoping the story is not buried by some shadow gov and retrieved the USO for themself to a secret location


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posted on Jan, 9 2012 @ 03:31 PM
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dude honestly i dont even think the object is there anymore...

im sure if it WERE a ufo/uso it was prob picked up by the governments and taken away.
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i was member 255 on the FB group page and now they have 2500 or more and still no damn updates?

maybe some attempts but honestly they could even take a better pic by now? thats very fishy.
im sure if i found a strange object underwater i would of hope on it since day and member one.

even tho they might say"we do not have the funds nor the equipment" ; i think its all bs.

i bet they will comeo ut and say:" hey its not a ufo/uso its just natural rocks or seabed"



posted on Jan, 9 2012 @ 03:35 PM
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They have to make some kind of "updates" in the future.. or make up a story
but I dont think weather ballon will do this time



posted on Jan, 9 2012 @ 04:09 PM
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to be blunt - all the images show is a "structure" on the seabed - what is this structure ?

at a depth of 90m - there is zero legitimate reason not to investigate it -

so why no investigation ?



posted on Jan, 9 2012 @ 04:12 PM
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Looks like lens flare to me.


Kidding aside, this is interesting and fun.
A battleship turrent that got blown off during WWII seems the most likely explanation, but, there'd be records of that somewhere wouldn't there?

One of the news pieces said something about Ocean Explorer doing a dive May 2011 (oops had 2012 her before. lolz), and it's well past that date.
Time to hit the interwebs and start poking.
Mebbe just send an email to the Ocean Explorer team asking if anything came from it.

Update from oceanexplorer.se...

2011-10-10 Tickets for the submarine expeditions to the the disc anomaly, "The Baltic Discovery", will be sold to the highest bidders but will be fixed to a minimum price in the vicinity of $ 15 000.-. Ocean X Team together with Silvercrest Submarines and some event agents are at the moment working with the details to make it possible to go down with the submarine. More information is soon to come.


I find it pretty fishy (pun intentional), these guys are pushing this so hard and requesting so much cash for a submarine ride just to see what the thing is.
$15,000? Really?
What if it's just a rock formation?

It's right there, first thing on their website, this whole big show about this object, yet, when they first discovered it, they were all just 'meh', 'whatever', or so they claim.

300' of water isn't that much to sink a cheap little remote pilot sub down for a peek. I'm sure these guys already know what's down there, but are just milking the suspense for every dime they can squeeze out of the sensationalism.


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posted on Jan, 9 2012 @ 04:14 PM
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do you mean 2011???

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posted on Jan, 9 2012 @ 04:24 PM
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What a heap of junk?



posted on Jan, 9 2012 @ 04:31 PM
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I'm not sure there's anything to update , the " object " was discussed in several threads and the general consensus was its a natural formation , either a Caldera or an impact crater .



posted on Jan, 9 2012 @ 04:44 PM
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Originally posted by gortex
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I'm not sure there's anything to update , the " object " was discussed in several threads and the general consensus was its a natural formation , either a Caldera or an impact crater .


So what.. all the media hype and then no investigasion ?
dont tell nobody was curious enough to go back and take another look



posted on Jan, 9 2012 @ 05:00 PM
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post by Vandalour
dont tell nobody was curious enough to go back and take another look

Looks that way

Lindberg said his team has neither the interest nor the resources for further investigation of the anomaly. Deep ocean research is time-consuming and expensive. If the object were indeed a flying saucer, recovering it could be worth millions or billions of dollars. If it's a natural formation, on the other hand, it would probably be a waste of time and money.
www.cosmostv.org...



posted on Jan, 9 2012 @ 05:09 PM
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what do you want investigating ? - no seriously

to put things in perspective - the " discoveres " wont investigate

why should any one else ???????????????

a dive to the depth required rquires specialist equipment , highly trained divers , support crew and consumables [ ocygen , helium , lime ]

why would 3rd party explores mount an expedition to a site that its discoveres will not explore ??



posted on Jan, 9 2012 @ 05:17 PM
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Originally posted by ignorant_ape
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what do you want investigating ? - no seriously

to put things in perspective - the " discoveres " wont investigate

why should any one else ???????????????

a dive to the depth required rquires specialist equipment , highly trained divers , support crew and consumables [ ocygen , helium , lime ]

why would 3rd party explores mount an expedition to a site that its discoveres will not explore ??


Because its our human nature to explore the unknown, and no they are not going to use divers, we have robots.
And I will gladly be willing to donate money to a exploration team.



posted on Jan, 9 2012 @ 05:19 PM
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okay im sad to hear that, I really wish somebody would take over.
Since it dont look like natural rock formations to me, there was even tracks in the sea bed towards the object



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