Thank you sinter , very interesting .Thats a ridiculous percentage .. !
Gonna watch the video now
Originally posted by littled16
reply to post by Sinter Klaas
While I understand the curiosity for what is out in space I have never understood why we haven't fully explored our own planet before traipsing off into the universe. We should know what is in our own back yard. We have an abundance of amazing discoveries just waiting for us to find them right here on our own planet.
Originally posted by MDDoxs
Anyone remember "Sea Quest"
I loved that show.
I too agree that more should be done to understand and explore the ocean. I want to see a colossal squid at my local aquarium sometime soon!
Originally posted by fatpastyhead
We don't belong in the sea so I think it should be left to those that do.
Spend the money on getting a moon base or something on mars.
Cool video though OP, thanks.
5% is actually fairly high. That includes the exploration we've done over hundreds of years or more. But there're 7 billion people now and we have unprecedented technology to explore.
That 5% will increase at rates never seen before.