Ever since this started (and i follow this operation ever since the first report of the "object in the news) - i have in the back of my head this is a
* The way how that company presents itself is, IMO, highly unprofessional. A professional, halfway scientific research/science group would not make
such a ridiculous PR publicity, with highly unprofessional "X-Files" style logo on their site etc...extremely unprofessional.
* The company, now for over a year (???) does nothing else than spreading rumors by using highly unprofessional phrases like "mystery" "definitely
something unusual down there" etc. NO SERIOUS researcher would do this.
Their recent "breaking news" is a total joke. I see highly naive "UFO nerds" breaking out in enthusiasm over "the biggest news in history" - while the
company lists as "breaking news" that "definitely something unusual is down there" "a big mystery" which i can only call the biggest joke ever. This
is nothing than a big sham.
* If we assume there is really something down there which is of remote interest, eg. archaeology, UFOlogy for that matter....there was already PLENTY
of time for them and anyone else to re-image the area multiple times over with better instruments, different angles, higher resolutions.
That this hasn't been done is highly doubtful, seeing the extreme hype (for lack of words) over the last year. It doesnt need a sub-marine and divers
to get a better impression what's down there - with their current equipment they could've re-imaged the "object" multiple times over. I am almost 100%
certain they did this already or someone else did - assuming there is really something of interest down there.
This would also mean that "we" already know what it is for a long time already.
I do, never in a 1000s years, expect to come anything out from this...those people work way too unprofessional..furthermore if we assume there is
really "an UFO" down there it would never, ever be made public.
Also..ask yourself why there is no live-streams or real time reports, or at least a tweet or an update - whether the find is a big disappointment or
maybe "the biggest find in history". Even NASA was so kind and provided real time updates when they re-imaged the "mars face".
Instead of giving information, just another flood of empty, unprofessional phrases like "definitely a mystery" etc...without saying anything else and
telling the people "wait til next week" instead.
This is not a research operation, this is just a bad x-files episode.
They spent WAY too much effort on their site/forum/facebook and all the related hype and promotion - this likewise should ring a bell.
8-6-2012 by flexy123 because: (no reason given)