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Sitting down there at 27000′, alone in the dark, with no comms, no contact whatsoever with the world so far above, and nothing but the ingenuity of the engineering to get me back… it’s simultaneously scary and exhilarating. It’s the precipice we put ourselves on by choice, to test ourselves and our machines.
Originally posted by KilrathiLG
reply to post by Drezden
id hardly call exploring one of the deepest areas of our planet as wastefull and hey look at it this way he did it with out taxpayers having to pay a dime so that makes me even happer that not only are we learning things we dont have to pay for them(as a nation)
Originally posted by Xterrain
Since when is James Cameron a nautical engineer? This is a bit strange that he's the one doing it. It makes sense that an actual scientist would do it...not a hollywood fiction director.