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Originally posted by malcr
The camera moved not the seabed. You can tell with the silt. People WANT to believe that the seabed is screwed so they see what they want to.
If the seabed dropped by the apparent amount it would cause a shockwave through the water due to the displacement of that volume of water. No shockwave can be seen.
Originally posted by SyphonX
Originally posted by Free4Ever2
If the camera is moving why does the robotic arm stay where it is!
Torque. The arm struck a force in which it could not match, thus the misplaced torque of the powerful ROV arm caused the ROV's base to displace upward. The ROV isn't mounted.
[edit on 3-8-2010 by SyphonX]
Originally posted by PsychoX42
reply to post by Realtruth
lol's??? That's for children who have bastardized our language and can't articulate their points adequately because the education system is an utter failure. I see 12 year olds do it often.
[edit on 3-8-2010 by PsychoX42]