What some may find interesting is that the explorers measured heightened levels of radiation on the anchors they used closed to the anomaly. However, my understanding is that background radiation can fluctuate quite a bit, especially in the ocean, so I'm not sure how significant this really is.
Incredible, we have measured the radiative value of the anchors we used. It's quite intriguing, the normal level of radiation is 0,1 milli Sieverts and we get 0,63 when measuring on the anchors. It's far from dangorus levels but still; it's 6 times higher than a normal level of radiation. The anchors have been on the bottom like 2-3 kilometers from the circle, so one can wonder if we will get higher values of radiation the closer we get of the circle?