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Hhhmmm... Aliens in the Baltic huh? Thanks Korea Times.
« on: February 07, 2012, 01:00:59 PM »
The Korea Times Article

http://www.koreatimes.co.kr/www/news/tech/2012/02/325_104077.html
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An international team of oceanic experts have found an alien ship from Planet Gootan National on the bottom of the Baltic Sea.

The ship was abandoned, but experts from the U.N. Panel of Extraterrestrials told WWN that the Gootans were using the Baltic Sea as a base to spy on humans.

The U.N. dispatched a team of experts in Unidentified Submarine Objects (USOs) to the Baltic Sea accompanied by an elite Navy SEALS team. The U.S. military has been conducting a vast underwater reconnaissance of Gootan activities, ever since the Gootans landed three large ships on Earth in November, 2011.

Reports so far indicate that there may be another 29 Gootan ships in oceans around the globe and the number appears to be increasing daily.

“The Gootan ships have been sighted by seamen and divers worldwide and the descriptions are amazingly similar,” said Dr. Simon Michaels, a marine biologist with high-level contacts in the Pentagon.

“The undersea vessels are about 300 feet long with two saucer-shaped appendages and they are extremely fast. They are capable of reaching great depths ­ but can also pass from the water straight up into the atmosphere and right in out to stellar space.

“Over the past three decades, we’ve had such sightings from time to time. But the vast increase in reports over the last few months confirms that we are dealing with a major alien invasion from Planet Gootan.”

The Gootan ship in the Baltic was found by a Swedish company named Ocean Explorer. They found the ship using their sonar technology ­ and immediately reported it to extraterrestrial experts at the U.N. (Weekly World News)




The Weekly World News

http://weeklyworldnews.com/headlines/43256/alien-spaceship-found-in-baltic-sea/
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SWEDEN –  An international team of oceanic experts have found an alien ship from Planet Gootan National on the bottom of the Baltic Sea.


The ship was abandoned, but experts from the U.N. Panel of Extraterrestrials told WWN that the Gootans were using the Baltic Sea as a base to spy on humans.

The U.N. dispatched a team of experts in Unidentified Submarine Objects (USOs) to the Baltic Sea accompanied by an elite Navy SEALS team.  The U.S. military has been conducting a vast underwater reconnaissance of Gootan activities, ever since the Gootans landed three large ships on Earth in November, 2011.

Some are saying the ship looks like the Millennium Falcon from Star Wars:

Reports so far indicate that there may be another 29 Gootan ships in oceans around the globe and the number appears to be increasing daily.

“The Gootan ships have been sighted by seamen and divers worldwide and the descriptions are amazingly similar,” said Dr. Simon Michaels, a marine biologist with high-level contacts in the Pentagon.

“The undersea vessels are about 300 feet long with two saucer-shaped appendages and they are extremely fast. They are capable of reaching great depths – but can also pass from the water straight up into the atmosphere and right in out to stellar space.

“Over the past three decades, we’ve had such sightings from time to time. But the vast increase in reports over the last few months confirms that we are dealing with a major alien invasion from Planet Gootan.”

The Gootan ship in the Baltic was found by a Swedish company named Ocean Explorer.  They found the ship using their sonar technology – and immediately reported it to extraterrestrial experts at the U.N.

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Re: Hhhmmm... Aliens in the Baltic huh? Thanks Korea Times.
« Reply #1 on: February 07, 2012, 01:26:51 PM »
What on earth...

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Re: Hhhmmm... Aliens in the Baltic huh? Thanks Korea Times.
« Reply #2 on: February 07, 2012, 03:11:45 PM »
They even slapped it in the Science section...

I really wish my Korean was good enough to understand some of those comments under the article. Here's a screencap of the article lest Brian or the like want one for posterity. XD
« Last Edit: February 07, 2012, 03:22:28 PM by Paul »
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Re: Hhhmmm... Aliens in the Baltic huh? Thanks Korea Times.
« Reply #3 on: February 08, 2012, 07:56:59 AM »
I didn't think to get a screen shot. Thanks Paul!