Originally posted by genesiss
yes but dont forget about the pyramid's off of florida's coast
What are they doing out on Eurpoa anyway
if there has ben another moon landing where we have actually walked on the moon
Originally posted by Nerevar
most countries have a coast so isn't it a security interest to know what is actually down there??
we can build offshore oil rigs with drill that extend for miles why not use a similar method to get probes into place??
I understand that the pressures are probably too much to contend with, but there are hazards equally dangerous in space. Radiation, for example, is a very serious hazard....but it has been overcome
The reason, I'm guessing, is that either E.T. is down there and the govt knows or E.T. is not down there and the govt know!!
If anyone can dig up info on those pyramids off Florida that would be great!!
Originally posted by VelvetSplash
There was a program on the BBC a few years back about previously unknown species in the deep depths of the Oceans. In fact it was repeated just a couple of weeks ago on cable, and I caught most of it again.
Absolutely fascinating the creatures that live down there, and this wasn't even anywhere near the bottom!
They showed huge casms that looked like giant mountain ranges, and the animals - many had bio-luminescence, it literally looked like they had a blue police siren on their head / tail / anywhere else!
Absolutely spell-binding, I would love to see whatelse they find as they go deeper
Originally posted by Kompaktor
Originally posted by LadyV
Originally posted by Byrd
Because it's a difficult environment... cold, dark, high pressures, poor communication ability. Most of our equipment will crush at that depth.
Yeah...but look at the obstacles to man being in space.....sorta the same thing....surely if we can manage that, we could also overcome said obstacles......I'd love to this happen! I think we would learn so much about our own history that has been buried beneath the water
I mean no insult, but it seems to me like you do not understand that space and the depths of the ocean are not the same. They are extremely opposite. In space, all you need is a sealed vehicle that can hold the crew. Communications travels as fast as it does on the ground. In the ocean, you need a vessel that can withstand the AWESOME forces that crush everything underneath it. It is undescribable how much force is pushed down on you while in the ocean.
And like Nygdan said, almost the entire ocean floor has been mapped in radar. If there was any structures, like the "Water World" in the previous reply, we would have noticed it.
Originally posted by Malkavin
Im sure they can mask themselves from our pathetic radars.
. Are you trying to tell me the life that deep in the ocean has skin that is tougher then any of our materials on subs??