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from Cape Cod Massachusetts, US
| New Message Posted!2012-07-21 17:17  |
In reading the article that Andy provided the link for, I must give credit to the team leaders.
They are Not jumping on a UFO explanation, or even the Hand Of Man, etc. Both men are pursuing as good a scientific approach as can be expected under the circumstances.
There's no Von Daneken or Richard Hoagland anywhere in the vicinity, though some site-descriptions tend to imply human-made features, ie: 'Staircases', 'Hallways', 'Domes' and 'Fire-pits'.
The pictures are fascinating, and show quite clearly the deposition of glacial erratics on top of the circular object.
As they freely admit, they know more than they are telling, but are constrained from publishing additional info due to heavy media sponsorship.
(Sheesh - will we ever get past that stuff?)
In reviewing the latest information I confess that this thing has become rather interesting.
If compelled to guess at this stage, I would proffer that it's a magma bubble that detached from its form-point, slid a few hundred meters down the slope, then peppered with glacial erratics.
Whatever it is, its been there for a Very long time.
from Surrey, UK
| New Message Posted!2012-07-21 15:30  |
Some more links of the Baltic Sea Anomaly from Rob:
and the dive team's official site at
there's also http://www.facebook.com/groups/FOTBA/permalink/449862918368713/#!/groups/FOTBA/ where some of the posters are friends with the explorer team.
[ This message was edited by: Andy B on 2012-07-21 15:31 ]
from near Bristol
| New Message Posted!2012-06-20 13:11  |
my money is with a big old erratic fallen through the ice sheet.
from Cape Cod Massachusetts, US
| New Message Posted!2012-06-20 01:16  |
Too many unknowns here for me ...
Firstly, many are saying "60-Meters Across!" when it's only 60 FEET.
Secondly, what's the contour of the sea-bed look like? Is it flat? Sloped? Is the 'Landing Strip' running down this slope, or up?
Are the little 'fire pits' only found around this SpaceShip, or are they sprinkled all around the sea-bed area?
IF we learn what the orientation of the 'Landing Strip' is, perhaps it's just a big erratic dumped through melting ice in the Devensian Glaciation more than 15,000 years ago.
I'm pretty sure that area was still underwater at the time, so actual 'hearth pits' are unlikely.
No idea about whirlpools ...
[ This message was edited by: Feanor on 2012-07-21 15:54 ]
| New Message Posted!2012-06-18 14:32  |
Asking the question because I don't know:
Do whirlpools created by concentrated storm fronts ever 'touch down' on the seabed?
| New Message Posted!2012-06-17 13:32  |
Gizmodo is running a story of something strange found on the seabed. http://gizmodo.com/5918762/divers-explore-mysterious-spaceship+shaped-object-in-baltic-sea
Leaving aside that it could be the crashed Millennium Falcon, what do you make of the photograph of the 'sooty' stones in a circular formation on top of the object? Clearer image here http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2160297/Pictured-The-UFO-shaped-object-the-Baltic-Sea--covered-soot-little-fireplaces-lying-end-1-000ft-runway.html?ICO=most_read_module