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Hackers leak remarkable photo of USO



A photo of a USO (Unidentified Submerged Object) obtained by activists who successfully hacked into the US Navy’s computer mainframe last night has been leaked by the group on to the internet.

The photo, which quickly went viral after its initial posting a few hours ago, is being deleted almost as soon as it appears anywhere online.

“This is the best evidence yet that we’re being visited by beings from another world,” said leading UFO investigator Henry Thomas.

“Many of us have always believed that the aliens had bases at the bottom of our deepest oceans, and this photo seems to confirm that,” he continued.

“For some reason though, somebody really doesn’t want the world to see this photo. As soon as it goes up on a site, someone’s taking it down. Most probably the NSA (National Security Agency).”

At this point it is unclear as to where the photo was taken or what has happened to the USO.

Some have suggested that the presence of barrels indicate that the Navy were in the process of raising the USO from the seabed when the photo was taken.

We have reached out to the US Navy, who unsurprisingly have declined to comment at this stage. We’ll bring you more on this story as it comes in.


Jeff chats to… Christopher Bartlett, MD of Indigo Safaris, about scuba diving and safaris in Africa (5 of 5)



In the last in this exclusive series of five videos, Jeff Goodman, Scubaverse Editor-at-Large, chats to Christopher Bartlett, Managing Director of Indigo Safaris, about their diving and wildlife adventures, and four of their top destinations. In this episode Christopher talks about Africa.

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PADI makes a splash at Palma International Boat Show



PADI created a buzz at the recent Palma International Boat Show in Mallorca where a real-life PADI branded mermaid engaged exhibitors and guests to showcase their PADI Open Water Diver and PADI Mermaid Courses.

The Palma International Boat Show, a prominent event in the yachting and boating industry, witnessed an impressive gathering of 271 participating companies, alongside a stunning display of 252 boats at sea. Drawing an enthusiastic audience, more than 32,000 people attended the show, setting the stage for PADI to captivate a diverse range of individuals with their mesmerising mermaid concept.

Over the course of two days, the enchanting mermaid made an eye-catching appearance, gracefully circulating among attendees while distributing flyers highlighting the PADI courses. As the summer season approaches, this interactive approach aimed to create awareness and generate interest in PADI’s Open Water Diver and PADI Mermaid courses, inviting water enthusiasts of all ages to explore the wonders of the underwater world.

“Our presence at the Palma International Boat Show allowed us to engage with a wide range of yachting and water sports enthusiasts,” said Josep Lluís Massuet, PADI EMEA Regional Manager, Spain.

“By featuring our PADI branded mermaid, we aimed to capture attention, spark curiosity, and promote our courses that empower individuals to begin their underwater adventures, explore and save the ocean.”

The PADI branded mermaid at the Palma International Boat Show served as a symbol of adventure and environmental stewardship, embodying PADI’s commitment to seek adventure and save the ocean.

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