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Baltic Sea USO: 3D Sonar reveals perfectly straight lines and angles embedded into the structure

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posted on Jul, 3 2012 @ 09:15 AM
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I wanted to add this quote.

'This is no game. But the truth will be reported shortly'—Dennis Aasberg, Ocean Explorer team. I for one am going to be watching. Hopefully these "only looking for the truth" people will be honest and not bought off.




posted on Jul, 3 2012 @ 07:18 PM
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Originally posted by Destiny10
I wanted to add this quote.

'This is no game. But the truth will be reported shortly'—Dennis Aasberg, Ocean Explorer team. I for one am going to be watching. Hopefully these "only looking for the truth" people will be honest and not bought off.


Some more breaking news, a giant and mysterious crack has been discovered by the Ocean X team:

www.oceanexplorer.se...




posted on Jul, 4 2012 @ 02:20 AM
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My guess:

The anomaly is something akin to stromatolites or corals. A fossile remnant of a huge bacterial colony that once built an exoskeleton. Probably the bacteria metabolised/used iron (or some other metal with magnetic properties) and thus the anomaly contains iron compunds which might be troublesome to electromagnetic equipment?

The mushroom-like shape could be due to the colony's need to expose itself as much as possible to a slow rain of dead microorganisms from above.

The ancient colony/fossile, if containing iron compound (or some other similarly working metal compound) could act as an inductor when electromagnetic gadgets are moving near it.

The sharp angles do not speak for made by men or aliens, they speak for the "thing" being made of stuff that contains crystals. Google on "Iron crystals" and you will se very sharp and clean breaks and 90 degree-angles.

The deep waters of the Baltic are special in a number of ways, the water is not very saline, it is cold and not much oxygen, so "things" can be preserved there for a longer time than they would if they were in the Atlantic or the Mediterranean.
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posted on Jul, 5 2012 @ 05:42 AM
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Baltic Sea UFO/USO update.

This one has an interview with the Ocean Explorer owner Dennis Asberg. Interesting statements and then images and update.




posted on Jul, 6 2012 @ 01:21 PM
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Originally posted by Believer101

Originally posted by OrionHunterX

Originally posted by Arken
reply to post by dashdespatch
 


You are not interested in this strange case that show different clues and incredible news day by day?
Don't you belive?

I believe it's there but, oh woe! It can't be a UFO 'cause the darn thingie is made of stone! Or can UFOs made of stone fly??


So, you know it's made of stone by fact, yes? Meaning you've actually been down there, took a piece of it, and watched it get tested to come back as 100% stone, right?
Oh, you mean you haven't? Then how do you KNOW it's made from stone, exactly? Or are you, like the rest of us, just speculating on what you believe this object to be?


Oh, come on. By your way of thnking as evidenced by your above statements, no one canknow anything "100%" unless they themselves are physically there.
Im all for suspending disbelief and all but your constant demands that no one speak of anything unless they were thrre are tiring at best. We get your POV.
Love ya!



posted on Jul, 6 2012 @ 09:34 PM
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I've got a feeling they may be sensationalizing things just a bit. From the initial description to the latest artists rendition, it looks very much like an old geothermal acidic spring. Think Yellowstone Mud Pots. What does mud look like when it dries? It forms great right angle cracks. What does hot mud do? It tries to boils, thus the Meringue on top. And the whole 'mushroom' shape is from the regular dirt in the area washing away to show the now inactive geothermal tube. I would guess that the 'skid marks' are even the downwind area from when that area was active and above ground.



posted on Jul, 7 2012 @ 01:31 PM
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I think I've got it!
What's the first think you think of when you think of Swedes?
Come on, think...

"Mushroom tip," a shaft under the tip sticking up from the seabed, "hole in the center of the tip," Scandinavian guys with a penchant for nudity (see new "crack" discovery pic above), cameramen...

It's a viral ad campaign for some new porn, possibly gay. Think "The Abyss" but more porny...



posted on Jul, 7 2012 @ 01:39 PM
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Hmmm I was with you....but.

I know my gays, and my gay porn... Haha we skip straight to the point for the most part- no need for elaborate underwater structures. We're the ones banging it out in the sub one the way down.....lmao

Crude-but honest
hah



 
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posted on Jul, 8 2012 @ 06:31 PM
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I see this baltic ordeal as a big joke.



posted on Jul, 8 2012 @ 07:03 PM
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You know, I had to read that source you posted very carefully and this little bit made me chuckle very hard:

“ I think a real scientific team should take over and make a real scientific expedition to the area. After all, we are just wreck hunters who’s trying to find out what we a have discovered.”

A REAL SCIENTIFIC TEAM?!?

Wait, wait a minute, so these guys are saying they're not a real scientific team? Ok...why on Gods great earth do I bother taking ANYTHING they say seriously : /
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posted on Jul, 8 2012 @ 07:33 PM
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Originally posted by grey580
I'm wondering... could this thing be a
Laccolith?
en.wikipedia.org...



Might be a more natural explanation


There is no known volcanic activity in the area..



posted on Jul, 8 2012 @ 07:46 PM
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Originally posted by nusnus
You know, I had to read that source you posted very carefully and this little bit made me chuckle very hard:

“ I think a real scientific team should take over and make a real scientific expedition to the area. After all, we are just wreck hunters who’s trying to find out what we a have discovered.”

A REAL SCIENTIFIC TEAM?!?

Wait, wait a minute, so these guys are saying they're not a real scientific team? Ok...why on Gods great earth do I bother taking ANYTHING they say seriously : /
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They aren't scientists and they've never pretended to be scientists. They are salvage experts, they have nothing to do with scientific research.



posted on Jul, 8 2012 @ 08:56 PM
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Well whatever amount of credibility they had has gone down the drain seriously. These guys could just say it sounds, and feels and walks like a marshmallow and people would be genuinely excited about it -.- meh



posted on Jul, 8 2012 @ 10:00 PM
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So if you legitimately found some massive previously unknown.... Something... And decided you wanted to document it and share it with the world.... We should completely ignore you because you aren't a scientist and therefor have no credibility?

That's not very logical. Just because this team is not comprised of scientist doesn't mean that they haven't actually found something worth following...


 
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posted on Jul, 8 2012 @ 10:21 PM
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it looks like those ruins in gobekli tepe

look at this

3.bp.blogspot.com...



posted on Jul, 8 2012 @ 11:04 PM
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Ofcourse not, but the 'scientific methodology' of discovering and reporting anything is the same regardless of who you are, maybe you are a scientist but the 'scientific community' doesn't acknowledge you, I'd listen. But to claim that they are not a 'proper scientific team' means they do not use proper scientific methods no? What else could it mean?

And the scientific methodology goes about in the most simplistic manner: ask a question, background research, construct a theory or hypothesis, test with experiment, analyze results, then report. Sheesh, how hard could it be, especially if you're trying to determine whether the object is a ROCK or NOT A ROCK!? So they say its not a rock...I assumed they made some sort of tests to see whether it was or not.....but again, once they say they're not a proper scientific team I have to question whether they know a rock from a 'crack' like the photo you posted earlier no?


So either you don't say stuff like: we hope a proper team goes down there, (because we just wasted our money on useless research) or stop making media appearances out of assumptions -.-
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posted on Jul, 9 2012 @ 06:57 AM
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Originally posted by Oberon77
My guess:

The anomaly is something akin to stromatolites or corals. A fossile remnant of a huge bacterial colony that once built an exoskeleton. Probably the bacteria metabolised/used iron (or some other metal with magnetic properties) and thus the anomaly contains iron compunds which might be troublesome to electromagnetic equipment?

The mushroom-like shape could be due to the colony's need to expose itself as much as possible to a slow rain of dead microorganisms from above.

The ancient colony/fossile, if containing iron compound (or some other similarly working metal compound) could act as an inductor when electromagnetic gadgets are moving near it.

The sharp angles do not speak for made by men or aliens, they speak for the "thing" being made of stuff that contains crystals. Google on "Iron crystals" and you will se very sharp and clean breaks and 90 degree-angles.

The deep waters of the Baltic are special in a number of ways, the water is not very saline, it is cold and not much oxygen, so "things" can be preserved there for a longer time than they would if they were in the Atlantic or the Mediterranean.
edit on 4-7-2012 by Oberon77 because: Added the bit about the mushroom-like shape

edit on 4-7-2012 by Oberon77 because: Added the part of inductor

edit on 4-7-2012 by Oberon77 because: Added the part with crystals


The questions you should ask yourself in order to give credibility to your theory is:

What type of corals grow or have grown in the Baltic Sea? What type of similar 'structures' of corals or fossilised microorganism can be found nearby or in the Baltic Sea?

To me, the most interesting thing about this object is its uniqueness, that it does not seem to be part of the geological context of what you find on the Baltic sea floor in that area or elsewhere. Do not forget that another, smaller object that do not correspond in size or form (described as 'rectangular' by the divers) is to be found nearby the round object. All in all, there are so many odd data about this site that nothing really makes sense for now.

The Ocean Explorer team is going back out to the site today, 9th of July. Personally I'll just sit back and wait for the sample analysis and the new footage that will soon roll in before I even start the wild guessing...



posted on Jul, 10 2012 @ 01:40 PM
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During a recemt search of locations on this planet I came across an area of interest.

It would appear that something really drastic happened at this particular location.

There would appear to be similarities with the site discovered under the Baltic sea only I found this view high up the Andes mountains in Peru.





Here is a context view showing the damage caused to the terrain. Note the othe other unusual features in the area.


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Direct views:

i985.photobucket.com...

i985.photobucket.com...


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posted on Jul, 13 2012 @ 10:03 PM
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Well first off I think you have me confused,cuz I haven't posted any pics.. That said I don't want to argue-

However lol I again have to disagree. If I personally found something I thought worth anything like this... I'd have no idea how to scientifically "report" it..m though I would try to inspect it to the best of my own abilities...
The fact that my end result would most likely look nothing close to any kind of offical report- wouldn't change the fact that I had still found "something". It would be different if they were claiming to be scientist while not actually being them in reality... But they aren't. Idk.. I'm just saying you can find a diamond in a pile of coal having never seen one before in your life, not be a geologist, but still know its something special lol


 
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posted on Jul, 15 2012 @ 11:41 PM
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Originally posted by arianna
During a recemt search of locations on this planet I came across an area of interest.

It would appear that something really drastic happened at this particular location.

There would appear to be similarities with the site discovered under the Baltic sea only I found this view high up the Andes mountains in Peru.





Here is a context view showing the damage caused to the terrain. Note the othe other unusual features in the area.


.


Direct views:

i985.photobucket.com...

i985.photobucket.com...


edit on 10-7-2012 by arianna because: added text and images

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edit on 10-7-2012 by arianna because: added image


I must admit, the tairen and the path dont look very normal... from an overview it looks like as if something has crashed and left a path on its way, until it stopped and left back this semi-cyrle shape! But of course this is just "how it looks like" its doesnt mean that it is... maybe a more closer inspection of the area would have made things more clear! Nice catch btw




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