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  • James Cameron reached the deepest part of the Pacific Ocean


    "Titanic" director James Cameron reached the deepest part of the Pacific Ocean in his solo submarine, mission partner the National Geographic said Sunday.

    The explorer and filmmaker reached a depth of 35,756 feet (10,898 meters) at 7:52 am Monday local time (2152 GMT Sunday) in his specially designed submersible, according to mission partner National Geographic.
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    1. Alan's Avatar
      Alan -
      and what a surprise Richard Branson pops up to rain in on his parade.....
    1. xrapidx's Avatar
      xrapidx -
      Quote Originally Posted by Alan View Post
      and what a surprise Richard Branson pops up to rain in on his parade.....
      He was planning on going this month anyway.
    1. sparticus's Avatar
      sparticus -
      Quote Originally Posted by Dolby View Post
      Photos of what exactly?

      Something tells me there isn't much at almost 11km
      Nemo
    1. xrapidx's Avatar
      xrapidx -
      http://mudfooted.com/deep-sea-angler...-reproduction/

      The poor males


      Quote Originally Posted by sparticus View Post
      Nemo
    1. ponder's Avatar
      ponder -
      Quote Originally Posted by xrapidx View Post
      Should everything be put on hold till then?

      Who knows what scientific advances could be made by discoveries from down there - maybe they find a bacteria that multiplies food....
      Some peope are short sighted in this regard. If it was up to them we would all still be running around naked digging roots out of the ground for food.
    1. dablakmark8's Avatar
      dablakmark8 -
      Quote Originally Posted by doobyscoo View Post
      No but for just a moment while reading the article I completely forgot about all those things... so thank you James Cameron.
      roflmao...my gawd please stop the tears
    1. dablakmark8's Avatar
      dablakmark8 -
      Quote Originally Posted by xrapidx View Post
      Should everything be put on hold till then?

      Who knows what scientific advances could be made by discoveries from down there - maybe they find a bacteria that multiplies food....
      multiply food..How the heck can a micro ****ty thing multiply food.I read somewhere that a man called heysuzz(protected word) took bread and fish and fed a army.....may we should look into that
    1. xrapidx's Avatar
      xrapidx -
      Not gonna find out until they find it
    1. iceman23's Avatar
      iceman23 -
      The Marina Trench - Isnt that where they put Megatron.

      I wonder if James found him
    1. dablakmark8's Avatar
      dablakmark8 -
      mega who?...i got another name for him..lol
    1. DrYes's Avatar
      DrYes -
      Quote Originally Posted by iceman23 View Post
      The Marina Trench - Isnt that where they put Megatron.

      I wonder if James found him
      Mariana Trench.

      Marina is a girl you used to know.
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