There has been a considerable amount of talk about the unexplained activity in the oceans for years, but now the evidence is yet again being reviewed, with a new focus on a point between several sites that are each considered significant in the UFO community. And now there is a theory for why these objects seem to drop by these places so often. What if there was an underwater laboratory or base where these objects and their occupants congregated?
There have been a number of deep sea anomalies that seem to point to something lurking beneath the waves far beyond our comprehension. Tales of great beasts roaming beneath the ocean have been with us since the dawn of storytelling. But these new tales are accompanied by some very strange and convincing eyewitness accounts and further evidence gathered by researchers and sensing platforms.
One of the more perplexing aspects of this theory of underwater activity is the body of scientific data collected by listening platforms that has suggested over several years that there is something (although what exactly we do not know) very large making quite a ruckus under the water. The infamous “bloop” signal picked up by deep sea listening stations is only the most well known example. One of the strangest aspects of the “bloop” was that from what scientists could gather the object making the sound had been organic in nature, but would have had to be several hundred times larger than any known fish in the ocean.
And there are the scores of witnesses from Australia, the United States, Puffin Island, and Japan who have reported objects floating through the air and then subsequently diving beneath the surface of the ocean never to be seen again. One would think if the objects were simply crashing they would be spotted floating later or observed on the sea floor of the shallow waters they seem to dive. But these sightings do not seem to take place. Instead there are scores of other witnesses from Ship’s captains to sunbathers who witness the objects then emerging from the waters and taking off at great speeds after a period of time. Given the sheer number of witnesses in certain areas, one must wonder what the purpose and nature of an alien base would likely be if one was somewhere in the deeper unexplored waters. One researcher in particular has been covering the alien base phenomenon for some time, and in an interview with Rhodri Barker of the Mail outlined his theory that aliens under the water could in theory be using the deep waters around Puffin Island.
But why would an alien base need to function underwater as opposed to in orbit around Earth? Given the capabilities of the craft seen repeatedly by witnesses, these craft seem to be able to move at speeds far in excess of any Earth craft. Couldn’t they simply dart out to a deep space platform that was following Earth’s orbit around the sun? And isn’t a permanent base beneath the water too risky? Why not underground?
There is one thing that stands to reason. If we had the resources and ability to make underwater bases that functioned in ways similar to submarines they would be far safer assuming the core of the vessels themselves held than any underground base due to geological conditions. Things such as earthquakes, sinkholes, and even nuclear attack are far less likely to devastate a vessel far beneath the ocean than underground. And in orbit there is the possibility that a solar storm could send out damaging energy that if sustained for a long time may damage the craft or its instruments.
Are there alien bases deep under the ocean? Such ideas seem like the stuff of science fiction, but if you look at how safe a location it is, this theory might just hold water.