Swedish scientists plan to explore a mystery ripped straight from the “The X-Files.”
Rather than Mulder and Scully, this adventure features Swedish researchers Peter Lindberg and Dennis Asberg. They too know the truth is out there — and in mere days plan to visit what they call the “Baltic Anomaly.”
The discovery was a worldwide news event, covered in the popular press, the scientific press and in the blogosphere. Many speculated that the discovery was of a long-lost unidentified flying object (UFO), that crashed into the sea — evoking Duchovny’s alien-hunting character on the TV show.
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Yeaaaahhhh…. Of course this is on Fox News.
This is just deplorable hype. As you can see in this video below of the Baltic sea Anomaly 2012 Movie, they are setting this exploration up as a spectacular find of epic proportions – it’s a crashed UFO. What are the odds of that? Like 0.
This is speculation at the extreme – to the point of science fiction. While this anomaly is truly interesting, to hype it as a flying saucer find is ludicrous and cheapens the notion of ocean exploration. Cheap might not be the optimum word here because the funding for the expedition looks to be fed by the movie reveal. I daresay we spectators might be disappointed.