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A tracked Submarine??
#1
I would have to think this was a Russian Navy Experimental Sub.
BUT, I could be wrong. 


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#2
Weird minusculebeercheers
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#4
That was a well done video. 

The size of the tracks is what I find spooky. If they were small, regular tracks, it could be a lot of explainable things. 

But that big? IDK
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(08-18-2021, 05:17 AM)guohua Wrote: I would have to think this was a Russian Navy Experimental Sub.
BUT, I could be wrong. 



I remember reading about this story some years ago.  It was then speculated that indeed this was an experimental sub which, if you consider the Japanese I400 subs (Largest at that time) that carried 3 aircraft while submerged in the 1940's, a tracked sub is within the realms of naval architecture in the 90's.  The I400's were un thought of by the allies and were initially approved by Yamamoto who cared for a fleet of such to carry out attacks on the USA mainland and Panama.  Another large Japanese sub launched mini subs in an attack upon Sydney Harbor.  Previous to the attack a Japanese float plane was seen scoping the area.  

I can see from my perspective that the vessel that left the tracks in the vid would be immense but so are most subs nowadays.  My thoughts are that the tracks end with the sub rising off the sea bed and perhaps returning to whence it came. 

Intriguing to say the least.

Cheers for the post,

Bally:)
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#6
Something I have been thinking about is the possibility that the thing that left the tracks is a boring machine; the kind that is used to make tunnels around the world ? I do not know what it would take to make such a machine submersible and water tight but it could probably be done ?
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(08-23-2021, 12:57 AM)727Sky Wrote: Something I have been thinking about is the possibility that the thing that left the tracks is a boring machine; the kind that is used to make tunnels around the world ? I do not know what it would take to make such a machine submersible and water tight but it could probably be done ?

Well, my husband sent me this article he said is true and he use to still have the Documents to prove it. But was force to destroy those document's in the late 80's due to an internal investigation into Agency Persons keep classified material for future use in a book or something.

Quote:The Soviets May Have Once Built a Secret Nuclear-Powered Land-Submarine to Attack America
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Are those wheel or tracks?
Quote:THE BATTLE MOLE’S SPECS
Built: 1964
Powered by: Nuclear reactor 
Length: 75 feet (23 metres)

Diameter: 12 feet (3.6 metres)
Crew: Five
Speed: 4-8 mph (6.5-13 kph)
Now the Russians say that they cancelled this project in the 60's after one exploded while tunneling thru the Ural mountains and kill everyone on board.
BUT, then you have this.
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Yes My Friends.
Quote:Soviet tracked submersibles in Baltic, 1980s

[Image: flag_russia.jpg] [Image: flag_sweden.jpg] A spate of submarine incursions led to the suspicion that the Soviet Navy was operating tracked submersibles in Swedish waters. Track marks were found on the sea floor but the exact submarine(s) responsible has yet to surface. In the 1980s, Mana (Swedish naval intelligence: Marinens Ananlysgrupp) wrote a report which included several sketches of the tracks and hypothetical illustrations of the types of submarines which could have caused them. They suspected that Russian diesel-electric submarines (WHISKEY, FOXTROT and ZULU Classes were among those operated in the Baltic) operated as host submarines for smaller midget submarines and combat swimmers. Some of the midget submarines were believed to be responsible for the parallel track marks.
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(08-23-2021, 12:57 AM)727Sky Wrote: Something I have been thinking about is the possibility that the thing that left the tracks is a boring machine; the kind that is used to make tunnels around the world ? I do not know what it would take to make such a machine submersible and water tight but it could probably be done ?

Good thinking, but what gets me is that the tracks end.  My thinking is that the machine crawled along the bottom then raised and left.  No need to surface.

Kind regards,

Bally.  :)
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