UFOs Of The Deep : USOs Or The Mystery Of The Alien Submarines
What We Know
Jan 1, 2022
UFOs Of The Deep : USOs Or The Mystery Of The Alien Submarines. An unidentified submerged object (USO) is an unidentified object submerged in water. Hundreds of times in the past years’ large fleets of ships and planes have been deployed in remote parts of the world to search for, and even to at tempt to destroy, mysterious submarines which apparently belong to no known nation. These phantom subs have been sighted by entire crews of ships and planes, and have been tracked on radar and sonar. On several occasions they have been “trapped” in coves, fjords, and rivers, yet they have always managed to elude their pursuers. Eyewitness descriptions indicate that these strange underwater craft are considerably larger than any U.S. or Soviet atomic submarine. Their surfaces and superstructures are perfectly smooth, and they don’t have any visible hatches, potholes or equipment.
Narrated by Rose Price. [Great job! – Ed.]
As everyone knows, I love USOs. They are much more important than UFOs in understanding what is really going on here on Earth. Having said that, it should be noted that a rather large quantity of UFOs are, in fact, USOs, as they are frequently seen entering and leaving the water.
The Navy has been monitoring these things for decades. They regularly operate at depths of 20,000 feet or more, while running at up to 200+ knots.
The best nuclear submarines we or any other country have have a maximum depth capability of about 3 – 4,000 feet and can run at around 40+ knots full chat.
I am not a supporter of the extraterrestrial explanation for these objects. No, the terrestrial explanation is much more likely and makes a lot of sense. They are fellow Earthers. They live in the sea. Simple as that.
And they are obviously a hell of a lot more with it technologically than we are. Remember, a large, dark USO was hanging out with the Tic Tacs in that first popular sighting from the USS Nimitz. Perhaps they got their start a couple of eons before we joined the local fauna.
How deep can military subs go?
What is the maximum depth for a submarine? It’s generally accepted that the maximum depth (depth of implosion or collapse) is about 1.5 or 2 times deeper. The latest open literature says that a US Los Angeles-class test depth is 450m (1,500 ft), suggesting a maximum depth of 675–900m (2,250–3,000 ft). Nov 29, 2021
How fast is the fastest submarine?
K-222 was laid down on 28 December 1963 and commissioned on 31 December 1969, at Severodvinsk. It was assigned to the Soviet Red Banner Northern Fleet for the duration of her career. It was the world’s fastest submarine, reaching a record submerged speed of 44.7 knots (82.8 km/h; 51.4 mph) on trials.