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  • It’s time to look down instead of up

    It’s time to look down instead of up

    Three quarters of the Earth’s surface is covered in water. So if you wanted to hide your advanced craft, where better to choose than to head for the bottom of an ocean? In the Pacific Ocean, there is an anomaly off the coast of California, known as the Malibu Anomaly. There is also another anomaly…

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  • Are the Lake Baikal Swimmers heading west?

    Are the Lake Baikal Swimmers heading west?

    Sitting in my car at the coast, watching the wind farm, and following on from my “What really lies beneath the water?” post, I was reminded of the “Swimmers of Lake Baikal” in Russia. Back in 1982, a team of seven Russian Navy divers were exploring Lake Baikal as part of a research exercise. Whilst…

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  • What really lies beneath the water?

    What really lies beneath the water?

    Three quarters of the Earth is covered in water, with many parts of our seas and oceans completely unexplored. Previously thought extinct species, such as the Coelacanth, have been discovered as recently as 1938 and as exploratory technology advances, we can only expect to find more unknown, or previously thought of as extinct species. The…

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