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In case anyone is actually interested in the reality that this is an object under the ocean, man made or just a geological formation, the crew that found this object are planning a research study to launch in May of this year.

They'll be going down in submersibles and have other plans for getting up-close-and-personal with the object. Stay tuned! biggrin.gif
    
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post #12 of 98
This has been a "news article" for a very long time, the millennium falcon at the bottom of the sea.
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post #13 of 98
This reminds me of the coldwar listening buoys that were originally dropped into the atlantic to monitor for russian subs entering US waters. They stretched all the way across the atlantic! When the cold war was over they were donated to science. Scientists later reported recording a sound that was heard stretching all the way across the atlantic. From the frequency they were able to determine the origin of the sound was indeed organic but would also have had to have been 10 times the size of a blue whale to make such a sound. Even as I type it sounds ridiculous but I can't think what to google to find the original story!
I can totally believe that there are an untold number of creatures living in the deepest depths that would amaze us all!
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the lost city of atlantis!
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post #15 of 98
Yeah, this was found quite a while ago. Last I heard they were selling tickets to be on the sub to go down and look at it to raise the money to explore it (or to make money off of exploring it)

Honestly, I am surprised that Lucas Arts aren't tossing them a little some thing to go look at it. Even a rock that happens to be shaped like the Millennium Falcon would still be publicity for them...much better than Nasa finding a planet orbiting two suns anyway.
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post #16 of 98
Popular Mechanics did an article about this back in Aug. It's more of a debunking article for those interested.

http://www.popularmechanics.com/technology/aviation/ufo/underwater-ufo-get-real-experts-say
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I also laughed at the Millennium Falcon comment, but plug to the inner world? Come on now. wha-smiley.png
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Originally Posted by oorenotsoo View Post

Popular Mechanics did an article about this back in Aug. It's more of a debunking article for those interested.
http://www.popularmechanics.com/technology/aviation/ufo/underwater-ufo-get-real-experts-say

That article doesn't debunk anything. All it does is prove the obvious elephant in the room is just that - an elephant. Even the people who found it knew they couldn't identify it, knew their scan could be off or wrong and fully admitted they had found something but would not be able to identify it until they were able to get close enough to it.

They all come to the same conclusion: the picture is unable to provide any resourceful information on identifying what exactly is down there, while at the same time revealing that there is something down there.
    
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This reminds me of the coldwar listening buoys that were originally dropped into the atlantic to monitor for russian subs entering US waters. They stretched all the way across the atlantic! When the cold war was over they were donated to science. Scientists later reported recording a sound that was heard stretching all the way across the atlantic. From the frequency they were able to determine the origin of the sound was indeed organic but would also have had to have been 10 times the size of a blue whale to make such a sound. Even as I type it sounds ridiculous but I can't think what to google to find the original story!
I can totally believe that there are an untold number of creatures living in the deepest depths that would amaze us all!

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Bloop
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80 meters and they can't just dive to take a look?
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