For 12 days, starting on June 1, 2012, Dr. Lindberg and other scientists and divers explored the 200-foot wide object under the Baltic that they had first discovered a year ago on sonar. Employing a robot camera, sonar and deep sea divers, they probed the object and its environs. Scientists are still examining the footage from the expedition, but it appears like a giant stone,
Digital pictures FoxNews.com has obtained from the team shows the object, located beneath the waves of the Baltic between Sweden and Finland.
It’s not made of metal,” the scientist said. Lindberg concedes that it could be an alien space ship — if the aliens decided to make their vessels out of meteor-like rocks. “Who says they had to use metal?
The odd thing about the discovery is that there is no silt on the rock, for example; it would ordinarily be covered with silt from the bottom of the sea, Lindberg said.
Even more odd for a seemingly natural formation, the main object is disc-shaped and “appears to have construction lines and boxes drawn on it,” Lindberg said. “There are also straight edges.”
“If an intelligent life form has built a spaceship, there’s the question of ‘why not make it out of stone or coral,’ he said.”
The discovery of what may or may not be the wreckage of an alien spacecraft that crash landed years ago off their sea coast has not created great anxiety in the populace of Sweden, a traditionally urbane and world weary culture. The oceanic equivalent of Roswell, N.M. is pretty much routine fare there, it seems.