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'UFO' at the bottom of the Baltic Sea 'cuts off electrical equipment when divers get within 200m

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posted on Jun, 28 2012 @ 02:13 PM
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Like some others have said "if it was a real UFO we would have never heard about it through the mainstream" . it would have just disappeared like all the others . i will admit the artist rendering of this thing does raise the eyebrows / but again they are awaiting a TV deal so there not the best people to look for the facts // it's also [possible that alot of the Earth's secrets will start to emerge and the MIB will not be able to keep up with all the proof, that we were once an advanced society and had powerstations and knowledge of the cosmos .




posted on Jun, 28 2012 @ 02:45 PM
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Maybe the cord is just too short?


Khar



posted on Jun, 28 2012 @ 02:50 PM
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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.



I have seen some of the information and speculation regarding this incident. It is very interesting, even more so if there is an organized effort to create interest from the average person, as an attempt to boost awareness and anticipation of the documentary being made.

I haven't made a real strong opinion about this, for myself, because I am trying to wait until they give a plausible explanation, based on recovered scientific data and the research that allowed them to reach their conclusion.

Hopefully this will actually turn out to be something significant, in regards to our current understanding of ET and advanced technology.

This may prove to be nothing more than a giant, petrified mushroom. Even if the object proves to be a product of Earth, the reports could definitely be used as a tool to acclimate the general population to the possibility that we have been, still are, and will continue to be visited from off-world intelligence. A sort of shock and surprise reducing primer.

There is one aspect of the region being studied that has been described as a 'runway' by several sources. In some ways it suggests the presence of in-flight issues and the subsequent crash to the ground, leaving a gash over the area of contact.

I am sure that is one of many possible explanations and I will admit, it would be nice to discover a find of this magnitude.

I do believe that other possible explanations need to be eliminated before deeming the gash in the ground as the path followed during the crash.

I remember reading, or watching a show that tried to locate an airplane that went down many years before. I believe it may have been an episode of UFO Hunters, where they were investigating an under-water Roswell.

There was a sighting by a pilot shortly after take-off. The pilot's curiosity overwhelmed him as he searched the surrounding sky for the UFO. If I am recalling correctly, I believe the reports says that he eventually realized the UFO had submerged itself into the ocean.

As he noticed something in the water, a laser-like beam erupted from the ocean's surface. The beam landed on his aircraft and all functions ceased, causing him to crash into the waters below.

Many years later there was an attempt to recover his aircraft, in an effort to recover any evidence that could confirm his report.

As the ocean floor was being searched for the plane, just where the pilot claimed to go down, the researchers were let down when they discovered the plane was nowhere to be found.

Persistent claims of truth from the pilot caused the researchers to continue their investigation and effort of recovering the downed plane.

Eventually they found the plane, quite a distance from the original crash site. It was later theorized that shifts of ocean floor and constant manipulation from changing tides forced the plane to move from it's original resting place.

I believe that the report also indicated the presence of a runway-like skid mark, leading from the original crash site to the plane's resting place upon discovery.

The gash in the ocean floor, where the Baltic sea-circle / possible UFO is located, may prove to be a natural occurrence, created by the movement of the object over many years.

Sorry this reply is so deep into the thread, compared to your post on page 1, so you may never see this, but maybe others will see it. Hopefully there is someone who can confirm whether or not the gash may have been created from continued movement over the years.



posted on Jun, 28 2012 @ 02:50 PM
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new picture and audio interview at the ocean explorer website.



posted on Jun, 28 2012 @ 02:57 PM
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To me, this whole story is becoming a complete farce. We cant do this because.... we cant do that because.....

The whole thing stinks, possible UFO/USO, TV deals, Tourist trips, and now the attention seeking "electrical cuts".

I was a keen follower of this story and wanted to know all about it, but now i have changed my mind. To much commercialism surrounding the whole story.

This intriguing 'what if' story is now going downhill quicker than the twin towers fell. Pity really.



posted on Jun, 28 2012 @ 02:58 PM
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So true! If the power is cut, how did the divers get back to the surface? Clearly, this UFO is some COINTELPRO or dis-info or a straw man who will be de-bunked when the sheeple start paying attention to it.



posted on Jun, 28 2012 @ 03:37 PM
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Well this entire event has had it's intended affect on the population IMO..

We are now successfully debating another issue of UFO/USO talk, with the only links being those provided by either the crew who has monetary desires for their discovery (like all humans, greed is the ultimate aphrodisiac for those who partake of it's sweet poisonous aroma)...

There is an undertow of a writers guild association and a small (one or two) press coaching team smell to these people now...

You only get those kinds of services when you have a contract with some network deal...

Expect a multi-part series, from three to five days, with final "inconclusiveness" happening on the last day, enough details wet your appetite, not enough to answer any questions...

Just another bunch of charlatans, with enough basic smarts, to have applied for proper salvage rights before going public...

Many are calling them dumb, I can tell you this however, their very actions form last year to now, are calculating, cold, and very much the sign of "high" intelligence...

This is just another diversion....



posted on Jun, 28 2012 @ 03:54 PM
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This radio interview with the leader of the Ocean X Team might clear a few things up for you all. soundcloud.com...



posted on Jun, 28 2012 @ 04:41 PM
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It is the same shape as the 3 I saw fly out of a wormhole in front of me while working construction outside of Chicago:
www.abovetopsecret.com...



posted on Jun, 28 2012 @ 07:36 PM
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Weren't they just saying this "UFO" was some enormous mushroom the other day?

I swear I just read it on the forums at most 2 or 3 days ago...


www.abovetopsecret.com...

www.abovetopsecret.com...
edit on 28-6-2012 by Time2Think because: added links to ATS forums.


Hey maybe it's the Nautilus!


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posted on Jun, 28 2012 @ 07:40 PM
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The more I read about that the lesser I think it's serious.

The exploration team is providing with SCARCE infos every time. If this was a real groundbreaking discovery, they wouldn't be that lazy in their job at studying and reporting on that thing.

Moreover... as others noted, where are all the black helicopters and stuff? If it is something more artificial than just a natural rock formation, there would be at least teams of scientists on it already!
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posted on Jun, 28 2012 @ 09:41 PM
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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.
Hmm.


Hmmm....... I'm thinking Jimmy Hoffa ❕



posted on Jun, 28 2012 @ 09:51 PM
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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.
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wonder why they don't have a zoom option



posted on Jun, 28 2012 @ 09:55 PM
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Originally posted by Gwampo
how did they get back to the surface if their equipment failed?


they just sailed over it .. they didn't dive down to it. when they sailed directly above it.. power went off.



posted on Jun, 28 2012 @ 10:11 PM
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I have been doing a little bit of research into this.

I think that people are overlooking one major fact. What was the region like before it was a "sea".

I think that this could have been possibly man made by ancients just like stonehenge or something.

I looked up the baltic sea region and when it formed.


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.

en.wikipedia.org...en.wikipedia.org...

Then I clicked on the Pleistocene era.

The Pleistocene ( /ˈplaɪstəsiːn/) (symbol PS[1]) 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").

en.wikipedia.org...

I believe that it is possible for man to have made this on a river way about the time of an ice age when water levels were lower. We all know from easter island, the pyramids and such that ancient man was capable of building some pretty bizarre "things".

I know that everybody wants it to be "aliens", but I am leaning more to ancient terestrial man making another "monument" for reasons that we do not know of.

One has to think logical and go back into geological history to try to figure out and understand what is going on.

Not just a picture and a slogan.

I for one believe this more than an unknown alien entity.

If the object is what it appears then we need to focus and use logic. Not Holywood television producers.

13,000 plus years ago man could have built this, which explains the soot on the rocks, fire on dry land, by a riverbed. Mother nature's natural wrath takes over and floods the area into what is now a large sea, instead of a riverbed and a small sea.

Think about it. I for one am surprised that none has thought of this.
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posted on Jun, 29 2012 @ 08:05 AM
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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"?



posted on Jun, 29 2012 @ 09:38 AM
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Originally posted by CrikeyMagnet
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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"?


Clearly being the main word, can you please tell us how many clearly attempts they need to clearly figure out what this is?

One season or 2-3 seasons of documentaries?

Really?

IMHO they should already come with some answers if there was something down there, we would already know about it - clearly.

Nothing about x-explorer is clear, very muddy water they are swimming in...

I wish I was wrong, but I just don't like to be part of that ride if there is no better proof then report that now instruments do not work around object...



posted on Jun, 29 2012 @ 01:13 PM
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WOW; linear positive ionization at work! When zero point energy is working (that means the ufo is turned on) the opposing magnetic poles must cross over each-other on a linear plane. The poles must originate from the center of the device inside the craft. Not all but some ufos use same tech as Ed Leedskalnin did at coral castle which i explain on youtube. In either case, the poles must cross at hard angles which forms gridlock when the form of 6around 1 happens. DeBroglie waves can't orbit, electrons can move only through it in spiral.



posted on Jun, 29 2012 @ 02:39 PM
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Interesting article:

Is the Baltic Sea 'Sunken UFO' an Elaborate Scam?




"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?"



posted on Jun, 29 2012 @ 05:21 PM
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Originally posted by mikefromspace

WOW; linear positive ionization at work!


Nah, more like they depolarized the reverse graviton spin-wave couplers by accident, thus inducing an orbital angular momentum change in the tachyonic compensator. Obviously, this leads to a lack of spatial holowaves in the plasmonic carrier because the derivative of the first three terms of the GR equation go to zero with delta OAM, causing a singularity (pole in the left hand plane) which forces the carrier to zero - it's the only solution to the equation.



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