Scientists have made a final conclusion about the mysterious anomalies of the Baltic sea

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Ученые сделали окончательное заключение о загадочной аномалии Балтийского моря

Scientists decided to put the point about the anomaly of the Baltic sea, and therefore sent a group of divers to take samples from this mysterious underwater object .

Soon they published the official conclusion: according to the analysis of samples revealed that the mysterious anomaly, for six years, haunting researchers of all stripes, especially ufologists, is only a rock formation of the ice age.

Baltic sea, or at least most of it, the scientists, were formed by ice movement in that distant time. Of course, at the bottom of the North pond to find the most bizarre formations, some of which may even remind some geometric shapes such as circles, making the mysterious object and was taken for a UFO.

Representatives of the Swedish team, «Ocean X» made a categorical denial of the insights of Orthodox scientists. The Swedes rightly suggested that such clearly registered approval is likely at the bottom of the Baltic sea, nobody even went down, because otherwise the divers experts would be faced with the same, and divers «Ocean X» (electronic equipment near the UFO stops working, even the lights go off). Is it can behave ordinary rock formations of the bottom, the questioner Swedish researchers?

Moreover, a professional geologist of the team, «Ocean X» Steve Weiner studied the sample taken from the mysterious object, and its conclusions fundamentally at odds with the current official statement of the Orthodox. Geologist sure this is in no way a natural geological formation, but some strange alloy that is not yet on Earth. Therefore, the last statement of the experts, the scientist regarded simply as an attempt to close a ticklish theme for them, giving it this formal assessment — practical runaround…

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