In April 2011, a group of Swedish cazatesoros called ‘Ocean X’, led by Peter Lindberg, announced with fanfare the discovery of a strange and huge object at the bottom of the Baltic Sea.(Baltic Sea Anomaly)
From there, he was baptized as the famous Baltic UFO. But much later it became known that it is nothing more than a glacial deposit, a rocky formation dragged by ice to the sea thousands of years ago. Volker Brüchert, an associate professor of geology at the University of Stockholm, came to that conclusion after studying the samples provided by his discoverer, Peter Lindberg, who declined to comment.(Baltic Sea Anomaly)
The strange and enormous object found at the bottom of the sea was about 60 meters in diameter and its curious oval shape, with two billions and long symmetrical protrusions, coupled with mysterious trawls of several hundred meters, made Lindberg think that said Object had fallen to the sea and had slipped on the bottom until it was completely still in its current position.(Baltic Sea Anomaly)
End of the puzzle
Immediately the speculations began, from an old Nazi experiment to the remains of Atlantis or, better still, an extraterrestrial star ship there who knows when. Be that as it may, the object was called “the anomaly of the Baltic” and since then Lindberg has done everything possible to echo it and to raise funds for new expeditions. At the same time, of course, he was collecting headlines around the world and enormous publicity for his company.
Volker Brüchert, after analyzing the data collected by the treasure hunter, who did not want to comment on it, said that it is actually a rock formation dragged by glaciers into the deep waters a few thousand years ago,
Brüchert argued on the show that the treasure hunter gave him: “I came across a black mineral that could be a volcanic rock. My hypothesis is that this object, this great structure, was formed during the Ice Age many thousands of years ago.
It is good that there are critics voices about this supposed mystery of the Baltic Sea, “and adds:” What Ocean X’s team completely ignored is that most of the samples they took from the bottom of the sea were granite, gneiss The same composition as granite) and sandstone. ”
And this, according to the scientist, is exactly what we would expect to see in a glacial basin. The entire Baltic Sea is a large glacial basin, a region excavated by ice thousands and thousands of years ago.