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Author Topic: Aliens or Algae? Swedish booze hunters find 'crashed ufo' at the bottom of ocean  (Read 584 times)

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Offline WolfyTopic starter

http://www.news.com.au/technology/sci-tech/cylon-raider-or-algae-swedish-booze-hunters-may-have-made-the-ufo-find-of-the-century/story-fn5fsgyc-1226098833887

Yep. ;D Take a look yourself and decide...alien spacecraft, or just a big crap ton of algae? <3

If it's true, and it is a UFO..well..this would shake the world to it's core. lol

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It's the plug in the bottom of the sea.  Hope no one disturbs it.



Offline Brandon

It could be a ton of things. Circular shaped rocks, a school of fish, or yeah maybe they found Elvis' backup space ship  ;D

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Looks like the Internet Explorer "e" icon , doesn't it? Are Bill Gates and his people trying to sell Windows to the underwater creatures?  ;)


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http://www.news.com.au/technology/sci-tech/cylon-raider-or-algae-swedish-booze-hunters-may-have-made-the-ufo-find-of-the-century/story-fn5fsgyc-1226098833887

Yep. ;D Take a look yourself and decide...alien spacecraft, or just a big crap ton of algae? <3

If it's true, and it is a UFO..well..this would shake the world to it's core. lol

That link was decidedly less interesting than you made it out to be, Wolfy. D:

I was all "Neat- hey... that's just some blips." Let's go down and see it, though conjecture is fun and I'd rather Aliens as algae is boring.

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The fact that it's a regular formation is odd and therefore interesting - but again, bacterial colonies on nutrient agar make regular formations.

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For some reason, all I can think is we are back to this...


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AH! That... fucking... just when I forgot that friggen face >.<

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The "Mars Face" is a very interesting story.  We essentially took the picture with technology that was rather primitive to today's standards and now, the "Face" doesn't even look remotely like a face at all.

Here is what it looks like from photos we have taken in the last five years.


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Exactly. When technology catches up, that UFO/E icon will likely look much different.