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    AGGGGGHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!!!!!!!

    [URL]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-E-8_wDgN7c&feature=player_embedded[/URL]

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    [QUOTE][B]Alien or Jellyfreak? Deep-sea monster vid whips up storm[/B]

    A fascinating sea creature captured in footage of unknown origin has evoked wild debate on the web. The post popular assumption so far is that the animal is a unique deep-sea jellyfish.

    At first glance, the so-called “Cascade Creature” looks like a piece of a dirty mold-covered plastic bag drifting by the camera. It moves so swiftly that the operator cannot properly follow it into the depths of the water. But then it returns and poses right in front of the camera for several minutes, exposing its strikingly unusual body from every side.

    The creature is as flexible as an octopus though it does not possess protruding tentacles. Still it can boast white pendulous tubes.
    Dr. Daniel Bucher commented to Ninemsn that the creature must have sex organs.

    "In the last 30 seconds or so you start to see more of the structure, these pendulous tubes with four or five whitish structures and some branching between them, which look to me like the gonads of a jellyfish," Dr Bucher said.

    It moves by sending waves through the whole of its body like a Manta ray, but its movements are not rhythmic or specular from the side. The creature simply sends the cloak of its body in the direction it wants to move – and does it rather quickly. Some believe the mystery beast does not move independently and was brought into motion by water flooding from the propellers of the submersible providing the pictures.

    An inner part of its body appears to be either glowing or brightly painted. The surface has a mesh pattern.

    According to the information on the screen, the video was recorded at a depth of [B]5,045 feet[/B] (1,538 meters). There are not that many submersibles in the world that can reach such a depth. Considering the Imperial system is used for the optics of the submersible, it must be American or British-made.
    Some scientists believe it to be Deepstaria enigmatica, an extremely rare jellyfish first described after a deep-sea submersible dive in 1967.
    Some see in it little more than any old jellyfish. Others recall James Cameron’s aliens from The Abyss, living at the bottom of the ocean.

    Or maybe the video was made by James Cameron himself – on his way down the Mariana Trench![/QUOTE]

    [URL="http://rt.com/news/abyss-alien-creature-jellyfish-004/"]Link[/URL]

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    I'm no Doctor, but that looks like Jets Things last colonoscopy.


    :dunno:



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    [QUOTE=32green;4466014]I'm no Doctor, but that looks like Jets Things last colonoscopy.


    :dunno:



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    You're no Doctor; and that was not a colonoscopy! :eek2:

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    A free swimming vag? :confused:

    :eek:

    Avast matey. It's to sea we be agoin'. :yes:

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    [QUOTE=BushyTheBeaver;4466044]A free swimming vag?[/QUOTE]

    Just think of the money we'll save on dinner, jewelry and chocolates.

    Me likey!:yes:


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    [QUOTE=32green;4466014]I'm no Doctor, but that looks like Jets Things last colonoscopy.


    :dunno:



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    You hittin' on me, brah?

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    [QUOTE=32green;4466047]Just think of the money we'll save on dinner, jewelry and chocolates.

    Me likey!:yes:


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    and bathing suits!

    shaawing

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    Imagine being attacked under water by a giant vagina.

    FML

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    [QUOTE=Dimitri_0515;4466080]Imagine being attacked under water by a giant vagina.

    FML[/QUOTE]
    [IMG]http://www.jetsinsider.com/forums/customavatars/avatar12230_74.gif[/IMG]

    perfect avatar for that quote

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    [QUOTE=WestCoastOffensive;4466038]You're no Doctor; and that was not a colonoscopy! :eek2:[/QUOTE]



    [IMG]http://www.memes.at/pics/scared-yao.png[/IMG]

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    [QUOTE=jetswin;4466083][IMG]http://www.jetsinsider.com/forums/customavatars/avatar12230_74.gif[/IMG]

    perfect avatar for that quote[/QUOTE]

    lol

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    [QUOTE=Dimitri_0515;4466080]Imagine being attacked under water by a giant vagina.

    FML[/QUOTE]

    So is this how southside finally makes first contact? :dunno:

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    dayum! look at the white pendulous tubes on that biatch! :drool:

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    I think it should henceforth be known as [I]Hampurus carnis velum.[/I]:D

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