May 9, 2016

Titanium Found On Baltic Sea Object Confirms Its A UFO, May 2016, Video, UFO Sighting News.




Date of discovery of Ti: May 2016
Location of Ti: Baltic Sea UFO
Source pdf: http://www.oceanexplorer.se/wp-content/uploads/2013/10/OceanXTeam_reportOct2013-PUBLIC.pdf



This is something that just came to light today thanks to Youtube UFO research Sonofmabarker. He found out that Titanium (Ti) was in high abundance in the Baltic Sea UFO and that it was in higher concentration that other most elements.  Titanium seems like a great material to make a UFO out of since its stronger than steel and lighter. Not to mention that titanium is used today to make aerospace vehicles, missiles and jet engines, because it has a high heat resistance. Sounds to me that Sonofmabarker found the smoking gun...the evidence to prove that this is a UFO.
Scott C. Waring
www.ufosightingsdaily.com 

10 comments:

  1. Should be noted that the content was relatively higher in Titanium and the attribution appears to be due to organic contanimation. It was sampled at a superficial level. a core drilling needs to be done. ( a small one) The analysis did not state that blind studies were done. This is standard practice for artifacts. I think it's a sub standard study.

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  2. There are also titanium deposits in and near the baltic sea. It is mined in that area. They need to go back and do this right.

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  3. So how does this prove its a ufo? its a bit too early to make a jump to this is definitive proof its a ufo. and its a really REALLY big jump.

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  4. That does look like a UFO or like we think it should look like why aren't the authorities investigating further?

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  5. I would absolutely love to find out this is a UFO, but the best theory so far is an anti-submarine weapon?

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    1. Thats an excellent idea. The UFO is only 60 feet deep or 20 meters. It would be extremely easy to use a store bought sub and convert it with a waterproof GoPro camera. Wow, for only about $300-500 you could do this! Nice.

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    2. I agree, a solid simple idea. That answers my question well.

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  6. Really how hard would it be to send an underwater unmanned drone to collect a sample?

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  7. I'm having a hard time finding real or unedited pics of this object. I wish someone would share or explain which ones are real. Is the pic posted real if so what's the source?

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