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Indeed it is life in this story. Not to forget to mention, the long skidding trail that, whatever the object are, have left behind, proving that it has moved.
And, the evidence of the area closest to and around the object having been exposed to extreme heat.
In other words, whatever it is, it certainly do not seem to neither a mushroom or a natural formation, as previously suggested.
Originally posted by Silcone Synapse
Originally posted by Nightchild
I would have to say that it is most definitely not Coral, as they, the team, said until just last week that they were unable to take any samples from the surface as it was extremely hard, like Concrete, and therefore had to send for special tools to be able to take any sample from the object at all.
If it had been Coral, ordinary tools would have been fully enough to do the work.
Good point NC.
So we could possibly be looking at something encased in a concrete like substance.
I am leaning more towards soviet reactor/submarine experiments,dumped and covered in concrete.
Originally posted by talisman
From my understanding, the electrical equipment would blink out when they were "Over" or "Directly Over" the object. So it seems that there was a specific area where their stuff would not work. So they could approach the object from the side obviously.
I don't know, the more I am seeing them talk about it, the more legitimate it actually looks. If that is a hoax, than they are not doing themselves any favors and are risking their reputation by taking this to the mainstream media.edit on 28-6-2012 by talisman because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by Gwampo
how did they get back to the surface if their equipment failed?
The Baltic Sea somewhat resembles a riverbed, with two tributaries, the Gulf of Finland and Gulf of Bothnia. Geological surveys show that before the Pleistocene instead of the Baltic Sea, there was a wide plain around a big river called the Eridanos. Several glaciation episodes during the Pleistocene scooped out the river bed into the sea basin. By the time of the last, or Eemian Stage (MIS 5e), the Eemian sea was in place. Instead of a true sea, the Baltic can even today also be understood as the common estuary of all rivers flowing into it.
The Pleistocene ( /ˈplaɪstəsiːn/) (symbol PS) is the geological epoch which lasted from about 2,588,000 to 11,700 years ago, spanning the world's recent period of repeated glaciations. The name Pleistocene is derived from the Greek πλεῖστος (pleistos "most") and καινός (kainos "new").
Originally posted by CrikeyMagnet
reply to post by liejunkie01
I had been thinking along these lines too, but it took me until today to have the time to read through everything on this one.
(The rest isn't a response to you, liejunkie... since you didn't say any of the other stuff I'm "clearly" incensed about...)
Lots of people have used the words "clearly" or "obviously"in their responses, as in "clearly it's a natural blah blah blah..." or "the government would obviously blah blah blah..." I say, we clearly cannot say what it clearly is. Until we can, clearly we can only speculate. To consider something debunked just because you think it is is one of the most closed-minded approaches. Thinking it's fake simply because they are looking to make money off it ignores millenia of the human experience. People in general are just looking to get by. If you had been diving for years, and this was the first thing of half-obvious importance you had found, wouldn't you want to get something out of it?
It would also be awesome if we could hit folks over the head with a disclaimer of "Nobody said it was a mushroom!" How about if every time a new thread is started on this topic, it gets tagged in some way with "Not a mushroom"?
"In this case, the team clearly has a lot to gain from an extraordinary claim," he said. "Mr. Lindberg is already making plans to take 'wealthy tourists' down in his submarine to view the object. If he had used a rock hammer to break off a small piece of the object, a geologist could have determined whether it was a pillow basalt in a few minutes. But if it turned out to be a pillow basalt and not a 'mysterious UFO-like object', Mr. Lindberg wouldn't have much of a business plan, would he?"
Originally posted by mikefromspace
WOW; linear positive ionization at work!