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Today Monday the 9th of July, Ocean X Team left on their second expedition to solve the mystery about the Baltic Sea anomaly.
After a lot of preparations have been made but they got everything ready in time to leave the harbor.
The crew will return to shore 21th of July and is only available on satellite telephone.
Hopefully we will give daily news about their progress.
Originally posted by Mamatus
reply to post by SuperFrog
I think heading out again qualifies for a breaking "alternative news" headline. Like it or don't like it, that is what the "breaking" part of news is. It does not need to be discussed at length on this thread, nor was it intended to be.
There is always one.............
Originally posted by dodgygeeza
reply to post by xXSvenXx
If you had instead of spending the time it took you to compile a list of other threads on a similar topic, you could have actually contributed something of value.....
There are way too many threads to keep track of the constant updates on this subject and I for one prefer a new topic to keep track.
Plenty of mods on this site already.edit on 10-7-2012 by dodgygeeza because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by thehal
I seriously doubt there are many people that check back into posts that are weeks old to find new information. Not saying there are none, just not many. There are only so many things at a time that I remember to keep checking on. Personally, the best way to do that is to keep your eyes open for new info on news sites and places like ATS. I wouldn't have known they were headed back out if I hadn't seen the headline here. So thanks for that. It's only news if it's something NEW, so why would you check something that is weeks old for new news?