What is actually the Baltic UFO?
September 7, 2012
Finally the mystery of the alleged UFO in the Baltic Sea was resolved: it is a rock formation carried by glaciers into deep waters a few thousand years ago.
Brüchert Volker, Associate Professor of Geology in the University of Stockholm, came to this response, after analyzing the data collected by the treasure hunter Peter Lindberg, who has refused to make any comment.
Lindberg announced with great fanfare that he had discovered a strange form at the bottom of the Baltic Sea and carried headlines around the world. There the speculation began: that it was a UFO that crashed to Earth or a Nazi war machine.
But for Lindberg disappointment, it was just about a rock formation sculpted by glaciers.
Brüchert said about the sample that gave the treasure hunter: “I found a black mineral that could very well be a volcanic rock. My hypothesis is that this object, this large structure was formed during the Ice Age thousands of years ago.”
“It’s good to have critics on this course mystery Baltic Sea,” Brüchert says and adds: “What the Team X completely ignored is that most of the samples removed from the seabed were granite, gneiss (rocks with the same composition as granite) and sandstone.”
And this, according to the scientist, is exactly what we would expect to see in a glacier basin. The entire Baltic Sea basin is a large glacier, a region carved by ice for thousands and thousands of years.
Furthermore, divers got basaltic rock fragment, a type of mineral that forms when lava hardened. “Since all the northern Baltic region is greatly influenced by the melting of glaciers, the structure (the alleged UFO) like this rock samples probably were formed in close connection with the glacial and post-glacial processes. And it is likely that these rocks were transported by glaciers,” concluded Brüchert.