posted on Apr, 21 2012 @ 09:45 AM
I get that Cameron likes to find his way into extreme environments. I get the appeal, hes an ocean/shipwreck enthusiast with a sci/fi imagination.
Thats fantastic, if your a big-budget Hollywood director who's in the business of making films about said subjects. Because that's who James
Cameron is. He is not a scientist, or an astronaut, and in my opinion it is a waste to send him into space on some "secret mission" that's going
to somehow add billions to our GDP out of thin air. Google and James Cameron solve the debt crisis and save the world! Yippiee!
If somehow there was some way to pull billions out of the abyss's (no pun intended) behind, shouldn't we be sending more qualified people? Like,
hmm, say I dunno, all the unemployed astrophysical Nasa laid off that now live 15 minutes away from me in Houston? I could ask them!
The world is getting crazier every day. Google execs, stick to search engines and nifty apps. James Cameron, stick to being a crazy perfectionist,
traumatizing actors, and making overrated blockbusters. It's just what your good at.