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Underwater UFO

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Love these sort of things! Personally I think it would be very boring if it was made by the Nazis and not a Millenium Falcon!

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I'd heard about this but didn't know about the track. Makes it all the more believable.

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Boom! 10/10

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Would be a splendid head fuck if Aliens came from the sea, not space!

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they wouldnt be aliens then

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They would aquatic moomins

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Would be

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Its not a flying object if its swimming. USO

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Definitely aliens, they're everywhere using advanced technologies to bum-probe the Yanks.

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Now Rab's not saying that it was aliens...

...but it was aliens!

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if you're looking to bum probe yanks then underwater would be a good way to sneak up on them. Aliens are a canny folk.

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noticing an increase in the use of the word "canny" round these parts

this is a newcastle phrase, please dont tell me this is directly linked to that dirge in broadcasting that i wont glorify by committing it's name to text

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"It would interfere with submarine radar signals and make them crash."

I thought WWII subs used sonar, not radar

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good point like, so is this: The mass of the object alone would tell any sane person that it is not WWII technology, way to impractical for the Germans. It's shape, anomolous texture, and electrical interference characteristics militate against it being a natural formation. Hopefully there will be an open scientific evaluation to determine what this is and where it came from.

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:)

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ALSO, they just proved Einstein's theory that altitude effects time, i.e. the further away from sea level humans are, the faster they age. It's minuscule but imagine what that means for space, where there's no gravity.

Imagine!!! (cos I don't know what to write now.)

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G'wan link up Einstein's altitude/time theory there.

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in a similar way neddac the outer edge of a record ages more slowly than the label section

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Except opposite, non?

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lol @ label section

i have had a ridiculous ammount of caffeine today

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i don't think so.... the outer edge has a greater circumference and needs to mover faster to complete one revolution... things that move faster age more slowly...

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what about giant tortoises?

RIP

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I never understood vinyl; how come the tune doesn't speed up towards the centre?

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lizards

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No, I meant if earth is the 12". The outer section, i.e. higher altitude, ages faster, unlike your vinyl comparison.

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lol @ J-Roc

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The aliens are all underground m8's.

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Aw you were into aliens back when they were underground?!

Need I say it.....

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Mainstream bastards these days www.google.co.uk/imgre...

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oh yeah, exact opposite.

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I see they've said its defo not a spaceship because its made of stone, not metal. Has anyone ever tried making a spaceship from stone? Maybe that's the material the space program is crying out for!

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Hmm, maybe lending more credibility to the theory that humans reached advanced levels before (with petroleum) and were almost made extinct so all that knowledge was lost.

A theory I like. I might ask it to meet me behind the bike sheds on friday

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Apparently all their electrical equipment keeps turning off when they become around 200 meters above it. So they cant get the gear down far enough to get a good look at it.

Pretty Interesting. Does it lye on the 33rd parallel? im away to see.

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the bit that got me when first discovered was that the stone appeared to be burnt. the fuk?

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Same happens to my toaster every time I go to walk out the kitchen door with it. Spooky shit.

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Someone may have just fly tipped a big stone with magnetic properties which interfere with electronics.

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That could be issues with depth/pressure though.

The fact it's 60m in circumference is amazing.Do we even have cranes big enough to lift something that size in modern day?

It will be interesting to see what they find out about it.

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also the big runway bit suggests it slid into the water. 900 ft or something, so it went at some speed to do that, considering how heavy it is and water pressure etc.

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Where's the best place to find up to date info on it online btw?

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ive just googled it, and reading everything i can see

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are there any profile picture of it? or just from above?

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It's dug in deeper than an Alabama tick!!

Only raised 10-13ft above the sea bed

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I'd read that it was an anti-submarine device laid down by the Nazis in WWII.
If it's not the fucking aliens, it's the fucking Nazis.

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60m in circumference and possibly made of rock though.....

A boat couldn't carry it (probably)

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LOL@"todays special" at the top of that sheet of paper.....is that Stox pointing at it saying...."sounds good"?

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neddactoday @ 9:06 a.m.
60m in circumference and possibly made of rock though.....
A boat couldn't carry it (probably)...

Are the sure that it isn't some kind of post glacial remnant....

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That whole area is a product of glaciers isn't it?

It's a bit of a random shape and would the trench beside it not have been filled in or lessened by 1000s of years of tides?

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It's the Africans! They're always goin' on about their big discs!

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