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UFO Found on Ocean Floor?

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It looks like the Millennium Falcon! OMG!!!

 

 

 

 

 

 

:rolleyes:

 

 

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So far, the only justification I see for calling it a UFO is "It's round."

 

 

Hell, I've seen lots of possible UFO's, then. I've got four on my car...

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So far, the only justification I see for calling it a UFO is "It's round."

How much more proof do you need?!

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Probably a story planted by Hollywood for some movie coming out next year. ;)

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It's a USO: Unidentified Sunken Object.

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Probably a story planted by Hollywood for some movie coming out next year. ;)

BATTLESHIP ... the sequel.

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Reading the comments underneath. Man this little weasel Brit seems to have a problem with us. grrr

 

"It could be almost anything. But you can bet if this was in American waters, you'd never even hear of it. If the powers that be let the Yanks get their grubby little hands on it, we'll never find out what it is.

- Kuri, Manchester, 01/8/2011 23:03"

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So far, the only justification I see for calling it a UFO is "It's round."

Shelly Winters?

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"It could be almost anything. But you can bet if this was in American waters, you'd never even hear of it. If the powers that be let the Yanks get their grubby little hands on it, we'll never find out what it is.

- Kuri, Manchester, 01/8/2011 23:03"

 

They're ALL our waters, you frickin' Limey. If you don't like it, try and take them back from our Navy. :nana:

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Why are they always round?

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Any updates on this?

Yes. It's still there.

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Yes. It's still there.

 

And still round.

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You're dissing code name Welly now?

You suck at code names, you should start having Sammy assign them.

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IMHO, the sonar pictures from it (http://www.oceanexplorer.se) look like it's a sunken disk shaped object. My guess is, this is just a rock formation (top of a mountain) that's been shaved clean by the currents; the sand in the sonar seems to indicate such as well as (take a hard slick round object, deposite sand on and around it and force water over it with a force and you'll see something similar) . The good news is that they received enough donations to go back and drop camera's on it.

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You suck at code names, you should start having Sammy assign them.

Most of your ideas are stupid, but I thought this one was so bad I'd try it for a few laughs.

 

Sammy's code name for you was so incredibly offensive that I was taken aback. I couldn't even laugh. It was that mean and nasty. I sent it to you in a PM but before you open it make sure you are sitting down.

 

To prove to you that your idea stinks, his code name for code name Ennifer was slutmotronic. Sure it is a fit but how does it differentiate her from the rest of the clients? I'm sticking with my system.

 

IMHO, the sonar pictures from it (http://www.oceanexplorer.se) look like it's a sunken disk shaped object. My guess is, this is just a rock formation (top of a mountain) that's been shaved clean by the currents; the sand in the sonar seems to indicate such as well as (take a hard slick round object, deposite sand on and around it and force water over it with a force and you'll see something similar) . The good news is that they received enough donations to go back and drop camera's on it.

Thanks for the update. None of these other dudes did squat.

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IMHO, the sonar pictures from it (http://www.oceanexplorer.se) look like it's a sunken disk shaped object. My guess is, this is just a rock formation (top of a mountain) that's been shaved clean by the currents; the sand in the sonar seems to indicate such as well as (take a hard slick round object, deposite sand on and around it and force water over it with a force and you'll see something similar) . The good news is that they received enough donations to go back and drop camera's on it.

crayonz and his stupid schemes, now he's stealing money from the tin foil hat crowd.

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The good news is that they received enough donations to go back and drop camera's on it.

It says it's 300 ft down. I'm suprised they don't have divers coming from all over the place trying to get down there.

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It says it's 300 ft down. I'm suprised they don't have divers coming from all over the place trying to get down there.

 

300 feet's pretty marginal for SCUBA to begin with, from what I understand. And diving at all in the Gulf of Bothnia is probably non-trivial - it's practically at the Arctic Circle.

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300 feet's pretty marginal for SCUBA to begin with, from what I understand. And diving at all in the Gulf of Bothnia is probably non-trivial - it's practically at the Arctic Circle.

Nonsense. Bob Ballard dove 10,000 feet with nothing more than a snorkel and a pair of cardboard fins to discover the Titanic. Ted Kennedy also dove to depths of 300 feet in his 1963 Chrysler. We can do it, we have the technology.

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