A recent study by Harvard University astronomy department head Abraham Loeb and Sean Kirkpatrick, director of the Pentagon’s All-domain Anomaly Resolution Office, raises the possibility of extraterrestrial motherships and probes traveling to our solar system.
The report, titled “Physical Constraints on Unidentified Aerial Phenomena,” which is still in draft form, makes the hypothesis that a man-made interstellar object might release smaller probes during its close approach to Earth, much like NASA missions.
The ‘:Oumuamua” object, found in 2017 by the PanSTARRS telescope in Hawaii, is cited by the researchers as a possible illustration of a mothership with probe capabilities. The object may have originated from outside of our solar system, and based on its orbit and movement, it may have been releasing smaller probes for exploration as it passed by Earth.
It seems that the strange shape of the structure on the seabed is not the only “anomaly”. During the investigation, divers said that there was an anomaly on the surface just above the structure. Any electronic device, even satellite phones, stopped working in that area just above the sunken object.
The team managed to recover a sample from that “submerged structure” and after lab tests, it was found that the sample contained limonite and goethite. These materials are “metals which nature could not reproduce itself.”
In today’s article, you will see a bizarre artifact that was discovered in the same area where the “Baltic Sea Anomaly” was sunk.