Tuesday, July 03, 2012

Clyde Lewis of Ground Zero Media interviews Peter Lindberg, Leader of the Dive Team Ocean X

Clyde Lewis of Ground Zero Media interviews Peter Lindberg, Leader of the Dive Team Ocean X and discusses his team's discovery and findings of the Baltic Sea UFO (thanks for mentioning Free Planet, Clyde).

Clyde Lewis interviews Peter Lindberg - click the link - Peter Lindberg himself turns up at the 01:20:00 mark, if you wanna 'cut to the chase'.

It sounds a lot like Lindberg is poo-pooing the whole Nazi UFO idea in that he thinks this very big pillar at 60m diameter by 15m height appears to have been there since BEFORE THE LAST ICE AGE, it's all very interesting nonetheless - and there's still the interference with electromagnetic equipment.

It's potentially looking like an ancient lava column or 'basalt pillar'??? But isn't it interesting that THE SWEDISH NAVY turned up in non-Swedish Baltic waters to see what was going on???

RANDOM THOUGHTS: one problem I have is, "Why the DISC SHAPE of the Baltic Sea Anomaly?" and other UFOs or in this case USOs (unidentified sunken objects)?  I mean, discounting the sperical/plasma ball sightings, if the Military have discovered/invented/back-engineered or 'been given' some amazing anti-gravity engine/technology why are they always reporting this aerodynamic disc shaped UFO design?

Remember the set design for Paul Verhoeven's 1997 film Starship Troopers, Verhoeven was adamant that the space vehicles should be as cubic or boxy as possible ... because?  There's no atmosphere in space, hence no need for an aerodynamic shape.

Right?  But think of the UFO spacetime-bending technology that basically takes these vehicles out of the normal momentum parameters of 'aerodynamic flight' so it doesn't need the squished-lozenge-ness. I'm not thinking Borg Cube as such but cubic or volume-efficient certainly. It's like marketing has already worked this out, that's why we have TETRAPAK, it maximises volume. Wouldn't those who created UFOs also understand this, or are these aliens/extra-dimensionalists more concerned with Artistic Interpretation and the lozenge or saucer shape is the LEAST VOLUME EFFICIENT SHAPE on purpose?

The sheer arrogance of Higher Cognitive Functioning?

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