Google Earth user discovers giant 60ft ‘metallic UFO’ half-submerged in Antarctica

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A MYSTERIOUS “metallic object” has been spotted on Google Earth by a popular YouTuber and he thinks it’s a UFO.

Graham, who works on the Conspiracy Depot YouTube channel, believes he’s spotted a suspicious triangle shaped-object submerged off the coast of an icy island in Antartica.

The video starts with a zoom in on Google Earth to what the presenter calls a "metallic object" off the coast

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The video starts with a zoom in on Google Earth to what the presenter calls a “metallic object” off the coastCredit: YouTube / Conspiracy Depot

In the description of the video he explains: “Laying in the waters near Two Hummock Island off the coast of Antarctica rests a large metallic object partially submerged by the waters seen clearly on Google Earth.

“I believe this object to be triangular but who’s is it?”

The recently posted YouTube video sees the conspiracy theorist zoom in on the island via Google Earth.

He then points out the object in question and estimates its size and shape.

The YouTuber thinks the object is a triangle shape

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The YouTuber thinks the object is a triangle shapeCredit: YouTube / Conspiracy Depot

He explains: “I don’t think this is natural. It looks nothing like the surrounding terrain.”

The YouTuber claims there’s not “disputing that this object looks metallic” but that’s very much up to the viewer’s discretion.

He also points out “a dome feature protruding from the top of it”.

The video goes on to pinpoint the shape of the suspected triangle object and explains how it could be 55 to 60 feet long.

The video points out what could be the tip of the object

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The video points out what could be the tip of the objectCredit: YouTube / Conspiracy Depot

Graham adds: “Maybe it’s a remnant from the fabled UFO battle which took place during the infamous Operation Highjump,”

Operation Highjump was a real mission led by The United States Navy Antarctic Developments Program in 1946 to set up a research base.

There’s a conspiracy theory that the mission resulted in a large loss of life after a battle with UFOs.

The US Navy has never claimed this to be true.

As with all conspiracy theories, the case for the suspected UFO in the video should be taken with a pinch of salt.

However, this hasn’t stopped fans writing supportive comments on YouTube.

One wrote: “Keep pushing my friend. Its because of people like you that the inevitable “spilling of the beans” will occur. Nice one my northern brother”.

But another said: “Im not sure its triangular. If it was, would the part thats protruding out of the water be a perfect circle?

“Plus if it was triangular and mostly submerged I’m not sure that one little tip would be protruding out of the water when the rest of it is submerged between that tip and the circular part.”

Fermi Paradox – what is it?

Here’s what you need to know…

  • The Fermi Paradox isn’t strict evidence for alien life – but more of a thought experiment
  • It’s a famous contradiction posed by physicist Enrico Fermi
  • Fermi suggested that the enormous size of the universe – and the billions of Sun-like stars in the galaxy, and their planets – makes it highly likely that there is intelligent life out there
  • Some of these civilisations may have developed interstellar travel
  • But Fermi also noted that there’s a significant lack of evidence for life on other planets
  • The chances of aliens being able to reach us are high, but there’s no evidence that aliens ever have
  • This paradox has baffled scientists for decades

In other news, Richard Branson could beat Jeff Bezos to space next month.

Scientist Brian Cox believes there could be 200 billion alien civilisations in the universe.

And, the world’s first reality show filmed in space will follow a contestant on a 10-day trip to the ISS in 2023.


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