NEW YORK, BRONX (ORDO News) — US Navy Admiral and oceanographer Tim Gallaudet believes that a recent discovery on the ocean floor may be related to a secret underwater UFO base. The Daily Star reports.
US Navy Rear Admiral and renowned oceanography expert Tim Gallaudet says there is a “lack of scientific curiosity” when it comes to investigating the abundant evidence of unidentified flying objects (UFOs) plunging into the sea.
However, he paid particular attention to one particular find, identified during a recent scan of the seabed. Tim turned to his friend, renowned underwater explorer Victor Vescovo, to explore the seabed near Catalina after numerous UFO sightings in the area. Victor discovered a mysterious feature on the ocean floor.
“I couldn’t find a natural explanation for it,” Tim said. “The anomaly appears to be a wedge removed from an object called a mound. Essentially, this is an underwater ridge – and the wedge from it was completely cut out and shifted horizontally by two kilometers.”
The question arises: what is behind this mysterious find? Tim Gallaudet suggests that this could be evidence of underwater UFOs interacting with the seabed or even the location of underwater infrastructure where these unidentified objects are heading.
At this point, Tim has no plans to reveal the location of this possible “UFO base,” but he added, “I’m keeping the coordinates secret because I was approached by a producer from Netflix and he may be funding an expedition to dive there.”
He only clarified that this mysterious location is located in the Southern California Bay, somewhere between Catalina Island and Long Beach. Catalina Island has been a UFO hot spot for years, and the famous collision of the USS Nimitz with an unidentified object in 2014 brought UFOs to the world‘s attention.
In addition to the mysterious discovery, Victor and Tim are going to conduct a more detailed study of this mysterious feature and try to unravel its secrets. Tim is also collaborating with Harvard astronomy professor Avi Loeb, who recently recovered metal spheres of “probable extraterrestrial composition” from the bottom of the Pacific Ocean, off the coast of Papua New Guinea. Loeb argues that these spheres, at the very least, could be fragments of an alien spacecraft.
News agencies contributed to this report, edited and published by ORDO News editors.
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