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(Some Guy)   Amazed underwater UFO researchers discover the Baltic Sea Millennium Falcon is just a bunch of pebbles, say it looks like "someone has tried to make a fireplace with an inch-sized rocks on the ocean floor"   (thetruthbehindthescenes.org) divider line 43
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2012-06-15 09:58:32 AM
I wouldn't be surprised if they actually found Chewbacca's mummified corpse down there and this is just an elaborate cover-up. The truth is down there.
 
2012-06-15 10:11:40 AM
It's hard not to kinda admire the determination of the true believers.

"Oh rats it wasn't a spaceship after all, darnit! Well huh those are some mighty peculiar rocks don't you think? Don't see rocks like that just everywhere, huh? OMG the aliens! Only possible explanation!"
 
2012-06-15 10:27:29 AM
Who starts a fire underwater? Are you ready, kids?
 
2012-06-15 10:29:10 AM
I want to be reef?
 
2012-06-15 10:32:03 AM

Counter_Intelligent: Who starts a fire underwater? Are you ready, kids?


computergert.co.funpic.de

I was thinking something a little older...
 
2012-06-15 10:32:36 AM
So hyper-intelligent giant squid then?
 
2012-06-15 10:32:40 AM
I'm having a hard time contextualizing those quotes. WTF did they find? A pile of sedimentary rock at the bottom of the ocean? I'm shocked.
 
2012-06-15 10:33:48 AM
This will end well.

pics.mobygames.com
 
2012-06-15 10:36:11 AM

Inigo: This will end well.

[pics.mobygames.com image 640x739]


The alien bases were a biatch in that game.
 
2012-06-15 10:38:35 AM
www.davidhanauer.com

I want to believe...
 
2012-06-15 10:42:05 AM
An rocks?
 
2012-06-15 10:43:14 AM
FTA: During the last dive divers discover an oblong hole in one and a half times the six inches that go into one of the rocks which form the circle.

Wha?
 
2012-06-15 10:44:59 AM

Counter_Intelligent: Who starts a fire underwater?


content.bauerweb.co.uk

/Must be aliens. No human being would stack rocks like that.
 
2012-06-15 10:45:29 AM

SwiftFox: FTA: During the last dive divers discover an oblong hole in one and a half times the six inches that go into one of the rocks which form the circle.

Wha?


They've Rectangled the Circle?
 
2012-06-15 10:46:54 AM
img.topky.sk
 
2012-06-15 10:47:31 AM
"someone has tried to make a fireplace with an inch-sized rocks on the ocean floor"

cdn.overclock.net
 
2012-06-15 10:54:32 AM

LewDux: "someone has tried to make a fireplace with an inch-sized rocks on the ocean floor"

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At what depth was this found? It does not even need to be aliens. The oceans have risen sence the Neolithic Age.
 
2012-06-15 11:02:02 AM
Am I the only one getting a very paranoid "access restricted" page from that site?
 
2012-06-15 11:05:44 AM

OnlyM3: Am I the only one getting a very paranoid "access restricted" page from that site?


Umm, probably your work's internet filter.
 
2012-06-15 11:11:59 AM

MindStalker: OnlyM3: Am I the only one getting a very paranoid "access restricted" page from that site?

Umm, probably your work's internet filter.


There's a filter that screens out paranoid derp? Where can I download that?
 
2012-06-15 11:13:43 AM
Also, they apparently sent the love child of Captain Picard and General Hammond down there to investigate it. At least judging by the third picture in the article.
 
2012-06-15 11:17:26 AM

LrdPhoenix: Also, they apparently sent the love child of Captain Picard and General Hammond down there to investigate it. At least judging by the third picture in the article.


I like that photo. They're both thinking, how much did we borrow from the bank to rent all this equipment again?
 
2012-06-15 11:21:30 AM
The Baltic Sea is only a very resent sea, prior to Pleistocene that area was dry save a river system and during glaciation it turned into various large fresh water lakes with various boundaries.

Without seeing the real formation itself two obvious things come to mind. The first is this rock formation was caused by glaciers, they've made strange rock formations throughout the world over the course of Earth history. The 2nd is that some nomadic Neanderthals called this area home during one of the interglacial times.
 
2012-06-15 11:24:45 AM
content9.flixster.com

"Dammit, Chewie! I told you to check the alluvial dampers!"
 
2012-06-15 11:27:02 AM
That was difficult to read. Almost half of it was redundant and the quotes started with - instead of " but didn't end.
 
2012-06-15 11:28:37 AM

DjangoStonereaver: [content9.flixster.com image 350x199]

"Dammit, Chewie! I told you to check the alluvial dampers!"


"That's not it! Bring me the hydrospanner."
 
2012-06-15 11:38:32 AM

dennysgod: The Baltic Sea is only a very resent sea, prior to Pleistocene that area was dry save a river system and during glaciation it turned into various large fresh water lakes with various boundaries.

Without seeing the real formation itself two obvious things come to mind. The first is this rock formation was caused by glaciers, they've made strange rock formations throughout the world over the course of Earth history. The 2nd is that some nomadic Neanderthals called this area home during one of the interglacial times.


Nuh uh! If you read the comments, everyone KNEW this would be covered up just like this. Sure, the EVIDENCE may point to just being a natural pile of glacial till, but don't you see? These people said AHEAD of time that it was really aliens but would be covered up as a natural phenomenon. So the fact that everyone is saying that it's natural is just confirmation that it's aliens.

/gotta love confirmation bias..
 
2012-06-15 11:46:17 AM
Have they ruled out the Blair Witch?
 
2012-06-15 12:08:18 PM

dennysgod: The Baltic Sea is only a very resent sea,


You mad, Baltic?
 
2012-06-15 12:12:42 PM

Counter_Intelligent: Who starts a fire underwater? Are you ready, kids

Steve?
Uh huh.
Andy?
Yeah.
Mick?
Okay.
Alright fellas - let's go!
 
2012-06-15 12:18:26 PM
Did someone say pebbles?

images.rottentomatoes.com
 
2012-06-15 12:39:24 PM

Saiga410: At what depth was this found? It does not even need to be aliens. The oceans have risen sence the Neolithic Age.


This

Sounds like they need to send real archaeologists to have a look.
 
2012-06-15 12:42:07 PM
It's Glacial Till, also known as "Tillite." Glacial Till consists of clay, sand, gravel and boulders (some of them weighing many tons) deposited directly by a glacier as it melts.

The Baltic area would be a perfect spot for this sort pf thing.

/The more you know.
 
2012-06-15 12:51:55 PM

dennysgod: The Baltic Sea is only a very resent sea, prior to Pleistocene that area was dry save a river system and during glaciation it turned into various large fresh water lakes with various boundaries.

Without seeing the real formation itself two obvious things come to mind. The first is this rock formation was caused by glaciers, they've made strange rock formations throughout the world over the course of Earth history. The 2nd is that some nomadic Neanderthals called this area home during one of the interglacial times.


I don't know, it seems pretty well intact, considering how long it's been down there and the conditions that would have flooded the area in the first place. I would think anything man-made prior to inundation, wouldn't be able to survive the flood, or if it did, not be under several feet of sediment.
 
2012-06-15 01:11:19 PM
I don't think it's aliens in the traditional sense. I think it's actually inter-dimensional beings. So not from space, but from the space between spaces. Would explain the rocks and the breathed-together-two- molds-looking pinch at the mountain at the edge. The one that sticks out between stone formers.
 
2012-06-15 01:51:58 PM
If it was underwater, how can you call it a UFO?

Underwater Fishing Object?
 
2012-06-15 03:05:34 PM

Summer Glau's Love Slave: It's Glacial Till, also known as "Tillite." Glacial Till consists of clay, sand, gravel and boulders (some of them weighing many tons) deposited directly by a glacier as it melts.

The Baltic area would be a perfect spot for this sort pf thing.

/The more you know.


Well.. it's likely not a true tillite, since that's a lithified till. But yeah, you're still pretty much right, and I'm being a pedantic ass.
 
2012-06-15 05:23:35 PM

Johnsnownw: dennysgod: The Baltic Sea is only a very resent sea, prior to Pleistocene that area was dry save a river system and during glaciation it turned into various large fresh water lakes with various boundaries.

Without seeing the real formation itself two obvious things come to mind. The first is this rock formation was caused by glaciers, they've made strange rock formations throughout the world over the course of Earth history. The 2nd is that some nomadic Neanderthals called this area home during one of the interglacial times.

I don't know, it seems pretty well intact, considering how long it's been down there and the conditions that would have flooded the area in the first place. I would think anything man-made prior to inundation, wouldn't be able to survive the flood, or if it did, not be under several feet of sediment.


Huh? Are you saying that if humans had placed those rocks, then the rocks should no longer be there, so that means something ELSE must have put them there? How could the agency behind the rocks' emplacement make a difference in their resistance to dispersal by flood and/or burial by sediment?
 
2012-06-15 08:13:27 PM

common sense is an oxymoron: Johnsnownw: dennysgod: The Baltic Sea is only a very resent sea, prior to Pleistocene that area was dry save a river system and during glaciation it turned into various large fresh water lakes with various boundaries.

Without seeing the real formation itself two obvious things come to mind. The first is this rock formation was caused by glaciers, they've made strange rock formations throughout the world over the course of Earth history. The 2nd is that some nomadic Neanderthals called this area home during one of the interglacial times.

I don't know, it seems pretty well intact, considering how long it's been down there and the conditions that would have flooded the area in the first place. I would think anything man-made prior to inundation, wouldn't be able to survive the flood, or if it did, not be under several feet of sediment.

Huh? Are you saying that if humans had placed those rocks, then the rocks should no longer be there, so that means something ELSE must have put them there? How could the agency behind the rocks' emplacement make a difference in their resistance to dispersal by flood and/or burial by sediment?


What I'm saying is that it seem more likely they were put there by a more recent process, one that occurred after the area became sea.

Granted, I have no idea the process.
 
2012-06-15 09:07:28 PM

Counter_Intelligent: Who starts a fire underwater?


www.infinitydish.com
 
2012-06-15 10:35:38 PM

Johnsnownw: common sense is an oxymoron: Johnsnownw: dennysgod: The Baltic Sea is only a very resent sea, prior to Pleistocene that area was dry save a river system and during glaciation it turned into various large fresh water lakes with various boundaries.

Without seeing the real formation itself two obvious things come to mind. The first is this rock formation was caused by glaciers, they've made strange rock formations throughout the world over the course of Earth history. The 2nd is that some nomadic Neanderthals called this area home during one of the interglacial times.

I don't know, it seems pretty well intact, considering how long it's been down there and the conditions that would have flooded the area in the first place. I would think anything man-made prior to inundation, wouldn't be able to survive the flood, or if it did, not be under several feet of sediment.

Huh? Are you saying that if humans had placed those rocks, then the rocks should no longer be there, so that means something ELSE must have put them there? How could the agency behind the rocks' emplacement make a difference in their resistance to dispersal by flood and/or burial by sediment?

What I'm saying is that it seem more likely they were put there by a more recent process, one that occurred after the area became sea.

Granted, I have no idea the process.


Got it. Although, after looking at the "video" (there was only a still image of the "fireplace" itself), that looks as much like Jesus wearing a crown of thorns as it does a firepit. It also looks like there's a bit of a fisheye effect from a wide-angle lens, but it's hard to tell from just one image.
 
2012-06-16 12:01:27 AM

Surool: If it was underwater, how can you call it a UFO?

Underwater Fishing Object?


It's a Unidentified Submerged Object, a USO if you well.

What a USO might look like:
4.bp.blogspot.com
 
2012-06-18 07:33:37 AM

Surool: If it was underwater, how can you call it a UFO?

Underwater Fishing Object?


Unidentified Floating Object if it wouldn't have been on the ocean floor.
 
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