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What is the Object Under the Baltic Sea?

Is the mysterious object Transmitting an Electromagnetic shield?

from StephenHannardADGUK:

Ocean X team returns from their first expedition investigating the mysterious object they discovered in the Baltic Sea. The expedition was supposed to provide answers, but instead yielded yet more questions.

“We looked at our dive computer, the deep sea diver computer, and it said minus one degree that’s pretty cold for a diver it should really be impossible to have that cold water it actually turns into ice at zero degrees but that could be explained by the movement of the water.”

Also, some strange phenomenon occurred…

A main objective of the dive was to film the object, and yet the camera stopped working when they approached the object.

“Why isn’t anything working, anything electric out there and the satellite phone as well stopped working when we were above the object and then we got away about 200 meters and it turned on again and when we got back over the object it didn’t work so that’s kind of strange as well.”

Mr Hogerborn says he has never experienced anything like this during his 20 years as a professional diver.

Dennis Åsberg of the Ocean X team is one hundred percent sure after the first expedition that they have found something quite unusual.

6 comments to What is the Object Under the Baltic Sea?

  • Mr Numbertaker

    Sounds a bit suspect to me – could just be a big joke or yet another ‘lets confuse and make fools of the masses’ type development (ie like the 2012, elenin, and planet x stuff).

    Anyway,
    The only reason I’m even commenting on this is that I read many years ago that the Soviets developed underwater nuclear weapons platforms (in spite of the various arms and ocean floor treaties). Due to its location near old Soviet era bases, and due to the fact that plans were indeed made to deny use of the Baltic sea to NATO subs and surface vessels in the event of a war, it may be possible there is still some secret (and nuclear powered?) nuclear weapons facility/launch platform from the cold war still down there.

    I do actually think that that in the next few months it will just turn out to be a pile of old rocks scanned by faulty equipment, and those shouting UFO / ancient technology will be made out to be fools, but who knows…………

    • Hman

      Mr. Numbertaker, you are going too far with your assumptions, they reported nothing more than they found a deep water strange rock shape with possible electromagnetic interference around it. Why should the story be suspect? It could be anything or nothing and most probably military related as you suspected.

      • Mr Numbertaker

        >Hman,
        Yes I often do go a bit far. At the weekends I have too much time on my hands and end up commenting on sites without thinking too deeply, or even getting the old brain into the gear. Thanks for pulling me over.

  • Ed_B

    ““We looked at our dive computer, the deep sea diver computer, and it said minus one degree that’s pretty cold for a diver it should really be impossible to have that cold water it actually turns into ice at zero degrees but that could be explained by the movement of the water.””

    Uh, sorry, but no. The Baltic Sea is filled with salt water. Adding salt to water prevents if from freezing at zero degrees C, so a -1C salt water temp is not at all surprising or unusual.

  • Tim

    Does anyone else think that looks like the Millennium Falcon?

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