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    Baltic Anomaly - Expedition 2012

    Last summer, 2011 Ocean Explorer while searching the bottom of Baltic Sea with a side-scan sonar managed to "photograph" a massive object made of a hard substance that bounced the sonar echoes back to the instruments. The "object" rests at a 90 meters depth in a secret location on the Baltic sea. Nearby a second anomalous object shaped like “a Gothic church window” with arches, was also discovered...

    Is it a natural rock formation? Or something else entirely?

    The object in question is about 200 feet in diameter, with a tail stretching over 1,300 feet across the sea floor. And no one knows for sure what it is. Opinions range from the plausible (a natural rock formation) to the wild (an Unidentified Submerged Object, or a USO).

    A team of researchers led by Peter Lindberg and Dennis Asberg converged on the mysterious object. They planed to study it for 6-10 days but now russians, americans and brits military forces closed the area for all expeditions, alledly due to an exercice in force.


    http://www.youtube.com/watchfeature=...&v=ls7Qb37FxiA

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    Re: Baltic Anomaly - Expedition 2012

    Quote Originally Posted by psmedo  View Original Post
    Last summer, 2011 Ocean Explorer while searching the bottom of Baltic Sea with a side-scan sonar managed to "photograph" a massive object made of a hard substance that bounced the sonar echoes back to the instruments. The "object" rests at a 90 meters depth in a secret location on the Baltic sea. Nearby a second anomalous object shaped like “a Gothic church window” with arches, was also discovered...

    Is it a natural rock formation? Or something else entirely?

    The object in question is about 200 feet in diameter, with a tail stretching over 1,300 feet across the sea floor. And no one knows for sure what it is. Opinions range from the plausible (a natural rock formation) to the wild (an Unidentified Submerged Object, or a USO).

    A team of researchers led by Peter Lindberg and Dennis Asberg converged on the mysterious object. They planed to study it for 6-10 days but now russians, americans and brits military forces closed the area for all expeditions, alledly due to an exercice in force.


    http://www.youtube.com/watchfeature=...&v=ls7Qb37FxiA
    Youtube link is dead. Boy we're really not suppose to see what it is are we?
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    Re: Baltic Anomaly - Expedition 2012

    Youtube link isn't working for me.
    This sounds interesting though...

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    Re: Baltic Anomaly - Expedition 2012

    I´m more inclined to consider it tobe a nuclear and/or other dangerous and hazardous materials secret dumping spot...

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    Re: Baltic Anomaly - Expedition 2012

    More on the expedition and the team.

    http://www.oceanexplorer.se/

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    Quote Originally Posted by psmedo  View Original Post
    I´m more inclined to consider it tobe a nuclear and/or other dangerous and hazardous materials secret dumping spot...

    "incredible, we have measured the radiative value of the anchors we used. It’s quite intriguing, the normal level of radiation is 0,1 milli Sieverts and we get 0,63 when measuring on the anchors. It’s far from dangorus levels but still; it’s 6 times higher than a normal level of radiation. The anchors have been on the bottom like 2-3 kilometers from the circle, so one can wonder if we will get higher values of radiation the closer we get of the circle?"

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    Quote Originally Posted by psmedo  View Original Post
    "incredible, we have measured the radiative value of the anchors we used. It’s quite intriguing, the normal level of radiation is 0,1 milli Sieverts and we get 0,63 when measuring on the anchors. It’s far from dangorus levels but still; it’s 6 times higher than a normal level of radiation. The anchors have been on the bottom like 2-3 kilometers from the circle, so one can wonder if we will get higher values of radiation the closer we get of the circle?"
    The Swedish team of around 11 individuals left Stockholm 2 days ago in their new vessel the “Ancylus” (or The Baltic Falcon as it has become known) – tagging along was a 4 person strong Swedish TV documentary crew promising to record the entire event for broadcast on a Discovery ot Sci-Fi channel near you.

    The last official word received has been that the early part of the voyage had been problematic due to bad weather, so the pace has been slower than everyone would have liked. The story has caught the imagination of everyone worldwide due to some of the bizarre qualities found in and around the site.

    Two separate anomalies lie some 200 metres apart, with the main anomaly almost perfectly circular and appearing to be covered in what looks like a combination of straight lines, and right angled edges, not dissimilar to Han Solo’s Millenium Falcon.

    This on it’s own may be nothing, but when you add certain other factors into the mix the story gets more mysterious. As well as the highly geometric appearance of the object, some 1400-1500 feet of skid marks / disturbed seabed lead all the way up to BOTH object’s in their final resting place. Speculation still continues that it could be a rock formation, but you have to ask yourself – how many rock formations can move 1400 feet along the seabed?

    The story gets stranger when we find out that the original survey ship’s anchors were examined upon return and found to be more than 6 times the normal background radiation levels. Where did this radioactive contamination come from?

    Generally speaking The bottom of the Baltic Sea is what’s known as a “dead zone”, devoid of current and lacking the usual features shaped by normal underwater currents, so this makes the unusual characteristics of the site all the more mysterious.

    (information about this on the w.w.web)

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    Re: Baltic Anomaly - Expedition 2012

    I think this is a working link of the video??

    Baltic sea - Anomaly 2012 Movie - YouTube

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    Re: Baltic Anomaly - Expedition 2012

    At first I was thinking perhaps a nuclear sub (s), radiation may be explained this way. Now hearing of the shape does leave one to wonder....Hopefully we the public will find out just what it is....

    Interesting post!

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