Originally Posted by Jagged_Steel
Bahh!, Why would renowned deep sea explorers be interested in perhaps the biggest discovery of all time?
Seriously though, if this team actually thought they had a spacecraft down there, they would do whatever it takes to go down and prove it- this would give them salvage rights-(along with ultimate bragging rights"Ya baby, I discovered that alien civilization"). Can you imagine what the slavage rights would be worth? Billions? Trillions? Who knows, it would be beyond measure. These factors make me believe these guys already know exactly what is down there already and are just milking the "mystery" for attention and funding, and from the way they are trying to solicite funding, I would say mostly funding.
Why do people like you keep regarding this as a UFO when the people who discovered the anomaly (picture) both initially (upon seeing it) and after interviews and more pictures, continued to deny that they believed it to be a UFO
They have said A) we don't know what it is, B) the sediment that gets dispersed in the area makes and already dark murky water worse, C) to do proper research on the site planning is needed, as they are doing.
Stop trying to portray your own opinion of the events that have transpired, how you believe things should be done when you're obviously (through reading your insightful posts) a deep-sea exploration mogul who's been in the business for years, and for the love of god tell me why solicitation for funding a properly planned research vessel to go down to the site is somehow related to your own interpretation of 'milking the mystery'.
You don't just go down there with a water-proof camera and 'snap' a picture.