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Originally posted by detachedindividual
I'm confused about why this round stone with stones on it - and a hell of a lot of suspicious behavior by many involved - is more interesting or unusual than any of the other far more detailed, elaborate and intelligently made examples of underwater structures.
Why is this vaguely interesting story - with some VERY vague images and statements - so amazing?
After an entire year, put up or shut up!
I don't care who you are or what funding you don't have. It would not take that long to establish a theory based on evidence regarding this, and that is why I am calling BS. They are not letting the truth out because they want to milk it for everything they can, that's all.
Originally posted by jcolsto
reply to post by starchild10
The ABC News video that's embedded at the bottom of the page you link to says they're looking for a deal from a tv production company to fund a submersible expedition. I'm starting to get suspicious of their motives. It's beginning to look like it's capitalistic and not scientific value they hope to gain.
Originally posted by bluestreak53
Doesn't the "wink" symbol at the end of this CGI "Baltic Sea UFO" video more or less imply that the whole thing is a big hoax?
Baltic Sea "UFO"
Its like the "creators" of this "news story" are just pulling off a "Blair Witch" type "media story", and now they actually have succeeded in getting the worlds media outlets to broadcast their totally fictional find without ANY confirmation that any of it is in fact real.
Has anyone yet verified the authenticity of the original "sonar image"?
Do we have any verification that the filmed "mushroom rock" with the "rock fireplaces" is actually from the location of the purported "sonar anomaly"?
Originally posted by arianna
If the objects on the seabed at this location were natural rock formations then we should not be seeing what is showing in the image.
Originally posted by fleabit
Just because it's a dot, bump or smudge doesn't make it an anomaly. I'm not really certain what you think you are seeing, but I think you seeing a lot more than is actually there. And I don't think they are hiding a thing. They dove.. they provided pictures.. and what they have found so far imo, is quite interesting. I realize some were not going to be happy unless an actual spaceship direct from Star Wars was dredged up, but I'm quite interested in what they did find.
Although, the handful of posts thus far created in the Aliens forum can possibly be moved to a nature forum.. I don't think this is alien in any way.
The infinite monkey theorem states that a monkey hitting keys at random on a typewriter keyboard for an infinite amount of time will almost surely type a given text, such as the complete works of William Shakespeare.
as reported, Ocean X returned to port for the Midsummer (Midsommarafton and Midsommardagen) Holiday and will return back to the site next week