Supposedly looks like the Millennium Falcon and can switch you mobile phone off?
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/ … -200m.html
So that's where I left the thing... Thanks, CMHypno. My insurance company will be pleased.
Could be anything? The pictures with the rocks bought to mind the movie Cocoon. The non sonar picture of the object bought to mind a crab that might be millions of years old all crustified or whatever happens when you've been there for that long. Crabs make tracks too.
Does sonar have the ability to draw pictures?
Yes, there is a 3D sonar that "draws" pictures...
Technology has eluded my understanding once again. How do they do it?
Maybe lots of sound rays bouncing off an object all it once giving a computer height width breadth impression in 3d... Can you tell I don't know lol.
That could very well be a sub-oceanic mountain range.
I wonder if the Daily Mail realises the Star Wars ship is not a real spacecraft? Lol. That *the thing at the bottom of the sea* resembles it (or not) is not much more significant than if it resembled Donald Duck.
We get a clear image of the rocks on the grounds but no clear image/picture of the object itself. Interesting. If everything shuts off when directly above it, how come the cameramen didn't go to the side of it at the 200 meter distance and click some clear images of the thing?
Just a bunch black and white...or grayed image out of focus but a beautiful shot at the rocks in a c-circle with vivid details. Smh.
I don't know. And don't presently care.
I've more pressing issues to deal with already than to start taking flyers on what they supposedly think is there.
When they bring it up, like a sunken ship, then just maybe they'll actually figure out what it is. Until then, not interested.
Interesting. This reminds me vaguely of the Michael Crichton novel Sphere. I hope this story ends better than the novel. Or any of his novels.
Isn't the Daily Mail Britian's version of The National Enquirer? There's something there, but calling it a UFO is a bit of a stretch.
The handout pic matches the one in my wallet. It's mine. Darn thing wont start though...
I'd disengage the cloaking device on mine long enough to give you a jump, but I don't want to give the Daily Mail free pictures.
I'd suggest some new plug wires. If it still doesn't start put in a new flux capacitor.
I'm not too concerned about it. Now if it turns out to be a sunken ancient city that has strange angles, then yes I might be a bit more concerned.
My money is on it being a rock with some metal ore content, and no more.
It's a USO- Unidentified Submersible Object, and is extremely intriguing to many, guaranteed.
If there was anything remotely unworldly about this thing some military--probably ours among a few others--would have already closed the site off to any private investigation. That's the way we roll!
Aww, very interesting question! I have seen some of the images of the object, and it really does look like the Millenium Falcon. I have heard though it might be the top of an old battle ship that has been sunk too. I can't wait to find out the answer though!
According to the article, they have been planning to start developing more undersea excursions for tourists before this object was discovered . They plan on using a sub to let tourists visit the object at a future date. Sounds a bit "fishy" to me for someone to find this thing at this time. Good PR and all that.
It think this is awesome information. I would like to see what it is. Maybe an old shipwreck or outcropping of rocks. Who knows?
Interesting and worth keeping up with.
My money's on it being a promo for Sponge Bob's new Mr Whippy franchise!
Perhaps someone wants to go drilling for oil and gas, and cannot get a permit. This unusual activity often masks other kinds of activity, and helps to "explain" if passers-by, or local nations in the vicinity get curious, and think of claiming it as theirs. Lots of news stories are planted by companies and vested interests. Pawning the story off as a ufo news story might make people think the activity (which costs millions of dollars) is just idle explorers looking for ufos. Very Rich Privately Independent UFO watchers I think... LOL.
... and who uses a mobile phone at that depth? And why? There are no signals. This information is just making me even more suspicious that it is all a planted story, and either covering up something, or a cock and bull story. But a nice forum thread.
Has anyone seen Sponge Bob 'floating' around???
And I've always been suspicious of mobile phones in 'deep' vibrate mode!
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