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Published:February 2nd, 2012 11:06 EST
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Did Researchers Find 2nd UFO On Floor Of The Baltic Sea?

By Robert Paul Reyes

"During the month of July, an ocean exploration team that was led by Swedish researchers found what some have said is a flying saucer sitting on the floor of the sea. Some photos from the discovery even show what looks to be skid marks behind the object, suggesting that it might have moved across the floor or crashed on it.

balticExperts speculated that the object might have been a glitch in the sonar of the expedition team. But, new reports surfacing from earlier this week have said that the team found a second object close by the first one. There was one thing missing as the rumors swirled across the internet; a picture of the second object."

JD Journal

Some people are terrified of the possibility of extraterrestrial life, but my guess is that most folks would like to believe that we are not alone in the cosmos. We often look wistfully at the midnight sky, hoping that we will see an spacecraft of extraterrestrial origin.

Instead of hoping that a UFO will come down from heaven, maybe we should be looking at the oceans for the possibility of a UFO or SFO (submerged flying object) coming out of the oceans.

The water of Earth occupies about 70% of the planet, and instead of looking for Nessie maybe we should be looking for SFO`s.

There are a few shows on cable like the Discovery channel that investigate the possibility of UFO`s, but I`m thrilled that serious researchers are also investigating this worthy subject.

The mysterious object on the bottom of the ocean floor has yet to be identified, and some experts question the accuracy of the sonar, but it is human nature to get to the bottom of things, and I hope that the researchers won`t give up until they have definitive proof one way or the other.

Photo: http://www.jdjournal.com/2012/02/01/claim-of-2nd-ufo-in-baltic-sea-needs-to-be-further-explored/

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