posted on Apr, 22 2013 @ 03:36 AM
You refer to this being the second time a large circular formation has been discovered underwater in recent times. You are correct, but from what one
can understand of the available data, pertaining to shape and physical construction of the objects in question, they are quite different.
The first object to which you refer, would be the object found under the Baltic sea. The main difference between the Baltic anomaly and this new
discovery, is that where this new object is concerned, it appears to be made of many individual pieces. It is more like a pile of small objects, than
a single solid mass. The Baltic anomaly however seems to have been either a single giant solid object, or a collection of large slabs. It has sides,
angles, no peak, just flat planes.
They are clearly of completely different construction, and therefore were probably totally removed from one another in terms of the purpose of, and
methodology of thier placement in thier current location. However, both remain very interesting finds, and I will be keeping an eye on both stories to
see where they might lead.
Heres one of the various threads on the Baltic sea object, if anyone is interested.
The first image in this thread is an artists illustration based on all available data at the time of its creation, and not an undersea photograph.