UAP from Unidentified Aerial Phenomena Task Force (UAPTF) report This UAP (unidentified aerial phenomena) image has been circulating around U.S. intelligence agencies. The photo dates back to 2018 when it was distributed in an intelligence report from the Unidentified Aerial Phenomena Task Force (UAPTF), the Department of Defense’s (DoD) official unit that investigates UAP sightings. The photo came by way of Tim McMillan, the Popular Mechanics writer that first broke the news about the Pentagon's continuation of a UFO task force in 2012. McMillan says the photo came from a "defense official who has been verified as being in a position to have access to the UAPTF’s intelligence reports". McMillan says the photo's authenticity was confirmed by there additional sources. According to the report, a military pilot encountered
It's likely the world's oldest living vertebrate – a massive Greenland shark believed to be up to 512-years-old. The shark was discovered in the North Atlantic Ocean and given it's age, was born sometime around 1505 – during the reign of King Henry VIII. The sharks' skin was wrinkled and worn with several visible scars. Experts used the shark's length and radio carbon dating to determine its age. Sources: News AU
Large mass of dry-land granite found in Atlantic Ocean suggesting lost continent of Atlantis may have existed there
The Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology and the Brazilian government announced today that a large mass of granite, normally only found on dry land, has been discovered on the seabed of the Atlantic Ocean off the coast of Rio de Janeiro. Also found in the area was a large quantify of quartz sand, which is also not formed at sea. A Brazilian official noted that the discovery is strong evidence that a continent used to exist in the area where the legendary island of Atlantis, mentioned in antiquity by Plato in his philosophical dialogues, was supposedly located. The finding was made using a Shinkai 6500 manned submersible operated by the Japanese agency in an area located next to an underwater cliff called the Rio
The Bermuda Triangle – Devil’s Triangle swallows up planes and ships between Florida, Bermuda, and Puerto Rico
The Media Blitz The Bermuda Triangle, also known as the Devil's Triangle and Hoodoo Sea, birthed its legend on September 09, 1950 in a strange Associated Press dispatch. E.V.W. Jones penned an article on a strange anomaly he had stumbled across. It seemed as if a unusual number of planes and ships had been disappearing in the ocean between Florida and Bermuda. Two years later, in 1952, Fate magazine published an article, Sea Mystery at Our Back Door, by George X. Sand who wrote of a "series of strange marine disappearances, each leaving no trace whatsoever, that have taken place in the past few years in a watery triangle bounded roughly by Florida, Bermuda, and Puerto Rico". In 1974, Charles Berlitz published his infamous book, The Bermuda Triangle.
Introduction Plato described Atlantis as a island nation existing in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean. It was said to be populated by a great and powerful race and was a center for trade and commerce during that era. The sheer scale of everything Plato said about Atlantis, from the grandeur of its buildings to the enormous timescale involved, has provided a controversial debate that has lasted for over 10,000 years. Plato's Description of Atlantis Plato claimed to have received his information from his family. The fact that Plato would never perpetrate a fraud involving deceased members of his revered family, and the common knowledge that Plato was never known for wholesale fabrication, suggests that Plato indeed told the story as a truthful account of this mysterious civilization. Plato introduced Atlantis