posted on Feb, 23 2014 @ 06:01 PM
reply to post by AugustusMasonicus
Now that is mean, still if you hold your breath under water I have heard you turn kind of blue.
Seriously though Pocohontas in space was actually kind of cool.
There are possible some multi celled deep sea organism's we simply have not found but never mind the sea what about solid rock,
Now this is freaky, bacteria which derive energy from radio active decay.
Speculation on deeper subteranean life courtesy of reuters www.reuters.com...
Now remember the first life form's on earth may very well have been exclusively Chemosythetic life and even though they were denied the later
evolution of photosynthesis it is arguably entirely possible that many form's of multi celled organism's could have evolved in the early earth, so
the possability of unseen large creatures in the depth's can not be discounted entirely as indeed it is even probable that such may have existed even
given the pressures at the depths, especially with the rich bonanza of falling energy rich organic material from above which a chemosynth could have
potentially adapted to take advantage of, indeed it would seem odd it non ever did.