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Butangeld
2nd August 2011, 19:39
Is anyone else wondering what the heck has been found on the seabed between Finland and Sweden?

Just read this:
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2021174/Have-scientists-crashed-flying-saucer-seabed.html

http://www.highermessiah.com/images/ufo.jpg

Looks a bit like the Millennium Falcon. :)

Forevernyt
2nd August 2011, 20:05
Or a Cylon raider...

Moemers
2nd August 2011, 20:06
In Texas the drought is so severe that the water level receded and they found part of the space shuttle.

At least they're saying that's what it is.

Heads up on that too.

Magnus
2nd August 2011, 20:33
It definately looks suspect. The shape resembles the common "debris" filmed in space, outside nasa's mission vehicles. They are usually radiating pulsating bright white light, intelligently manouvered as seen in nasa recordings. I clearly recall this shape in addition to the donut shaped "debris" also radiating bright white light. Interesting find!

manny
2nd August 2011, 20:40
is it not a giant oyster?;)

Butangeld
2nd August 2011, 21:39
Found this elsewhere: http://www.ufoevolution.com/forums/showthread.php?t=7558


Between Sweden and Finland, the team found a large circle with a diameter of 60 yards at a depth of 285 feet. "In this field you will be faced with a lot of weird cases but in all the 18 years that I do this, I have never seen anything like this," Lindberg said. "It's going to be a unique object because the whole thing is round in shape."

To the circle extends a trail of 900 feet long, as if the object dragged along the seabed before it came to a standstill. "Both German and Russian boats have been there, it is not inconceivable that they have something to do with it," said Member Dennis Asberg.

It is too big to be an oyster, but if it was you could probably live in it at 60 yards diameter.

Seems a bit large to be 2WW debris either IMO.

RMorgan
2nd August 2011, 22:00
Maybe itīs just a round rock formation...Who knows.