Google Maps has done it again! This time satellite imagery shows a massive circular object moving on the Pacific floor.
First of all, here’s the link to Google Maps so you can see the thing for yourself.
The deep, dark ocean is full of many mysteries and a lot of processes could be responsible for creating this round shape and the wide trench it left behind. Could this be a massive UFO that is on the move? If so, it brings up the question of alien motherships and their ability to act as temporary bases.
After all, the best place for an extraterrestrial to set up camp would be far from prying human eyes and the seabed makes an ideal location.
UFO researchers have calculated the size of the circular object to be approximately 2.8 miles in diameter. The curving trail it left behind measures some 46 miles in length.
Now we all know deep ocean currents can be very strong but are they strong enough to move a mountain-sized object across that distance? I doubt it and I suspect the movement was orchestrated by some kind of intelligence.
It’s a well-known fact that UFOs – interstellar mother ships in particular – have the ability to camouflage themselves, so this one could have assumed the shape of an unassuming rock. And since the camo tech goes wherever the UFO goes, its occupants would have been unable to mask the trail carved into the sediment.
So if we’re willing to accept the possibility that this round object is indeed a UFO, the next logical question would be Is it still functional? By the looks of it, it doesn’t seem like it crashed to the bottom of the ocean. If that were the case, we would have seen a straight or slightly curved trail behind it. Since it appears the object made several left-right maneuvers before reaching its current position, we can infer that it’s still up and running. Technically down and running.
In any case, this is all just speculation. Until one of us inherits a submarine and goes one mile under the surface to check it out, this mysterious object can be anything. A rock. A UFO. Amy Schumer’s sense of humor.