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James Cameron's - Deep Sea Challenge

Post  easynow on Sun Mar 25, 2012 3:50 pm

Cameron Dive is an Exploration First



James Cameron to Dive to Ocean's Deepest Point



Long Way Down: Mariana Trench



James Cameron May Dive Mariana Trench This Weekend, Weather Permitting
Link - http://news.nationalgeographic.com

Link - http://deepseachallenge.com/




Just announced on Twitter ....


@JimCameron has started his descent to the ocean's deepest point. Stay tuned for updates from the deep. #deepseachallenge

https://twitter.com/#!/DeepChallenge/status/183999546009993217



James Cameron Begins Descent to Ocean's Deepest Point



Link - http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news

James Cameron begins Mariana Trench deep-sea dive
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-17503395


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Re: James Cameron's - Deep Sea Challenge

Post  easynow on Sun Mar 25, 2012 5:33 pm

Latest Tweets

Paul Allen ‏ @PaulGAllen

#Deepseachallenge sub now deeper than everest at 32160 speed 2.0 knots not long to seabead now

https://twitter.com/#!/PaulGAllen/status/184026859313446913



Cameron tweets .... he Just Arrived ! cheers

James Cameron ‏ @JimCameron


Just arrived at the ocean's deepest pt. Hitting bottom never felt so good. Can't wait to share what I'm seeing w/ you @DeepChallenge

Link - https://twitter.com/#!/JimCameron/status/184036733959143425



Just arrived at the ocean's deepest pt. Hitting bottom never felt so good. Can't wait to share what I'm seeing w/ you @DeepChallenge

— James Cameron (@JimCameron) March 25, 2012





Paul Allen ‏ @PaulGAllen

Now on the bottom 35755 ft!! Plan is for #Deepseachallenge to spend 4-6 hours on the seabed- take samples....Huge Congrats what a relief!!!

Link - https://twitter.com/#!/PaulGAllen/status/184037895819112448




DeepSea Challenge ‏ @DeepChallenge

@JimCameron is the first person in history to solo dive to the deepest place on Earth, a record 35,756ft/10,898m #deepseachallenge

Link - https://twitter.com/#!/DeepChallenge/status/184036711410573313



James Cameron Now at Ocean's Deepest Point
http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news




Awesome ! .... He did it ! Cool

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Re: James Cameron's - Deep Sea Challenge

Post  SpaceCase7717 on Sun Mar 25, 2012 9:05 pm

cheers He survived! There will be an Avatar II Exclamation Seriously though good James.
The man has a pair, Ill give him that. I would have been scared shitless pale
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Re: James Cameron's - Deep Sea Challenge

Post  easynow on Mon Mar 26, 2012 6:51 am

SpaceCase7717 wrote: cheers He survived! There will be an Avatar II Exclamation Seriously though good James.
The man has a pair, Ill give him that. I would have been scared shitless pale

Hurray he did it ! .... and Hurray for Avatar 2 ! mrgreen

I think Avatar 2 is supposed to have underwater scenes so maybe Cameron will be using some of the video from this Deep Sea challenge in the new movie ? I guess we'll have to wait and see on that eh?

And yeah I'd have to agree, it would have been a scary deal to be down there all alone and wondering if anything might go wrong and no way of knowing what you might run into !


He did say it was a "Heck of a Ride"



Not sure if your around but there's a live press conference ...
Link - http://deepseachallenge.com/deepsea-challenge-press-conference/?source=link_tw20120325deepsea-pressconf


Cameron said the only creatures he saw down there were small critters & some shrimp-like amphipod


Maybe something like this ...



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Post  SpaceCase7717 on Mon Mar 26, 2012 3:03 pm

So basically he spent 9 hours looking at water, sand and shrimp Laughing They would have had to pull me out after sitting like that for so long. I didn't see a bathroom on that thing either. I hope he had some of those astronaut diapers on ygrin Well he will go down in history books if nothing else good
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Re: James Cameron's - Deep Sea Challenge

Post  easynow on Mon Mar 26, 2012 8:26 pm

SpaceCase7717 wrote:So basically he spent 9 hours looking at water, sand and shrimp Laughing They would have had to pull me out after sitting like that for so long. I didn't see a bathroom on that thing either. I hope he had some of those astronaut diapers on ygrin Well he will go down in history books if nothing else good


Yeah I suppose a bathroom break might be a problem ygrin


I could be wrong but I think he was only down there at the bottom of the trench for an hour or two and the descent and ascent take time as well.

Here's the latest article ...

After a faster-than-expected, roughly 70-minute ascent, Cameron's sub, bobbing in the open ocean, was spotted by helicopter and would soon be plucked from the Pacific by a research ship's crane. Earlier, the descent to Challenger Deep had taken 2 hours and 36 minutes.

Link - http://news.nationalgeographic.com


Cameron during the live press briefing this morning said the trench was a desolate empty place and he compared being down there to landing on the Moon or another planet.


It seemed to me he was trying to compare himself and the experience to the Apollo Moon landing and Buzz Aldrin and his book Magnificent Desolation

idunno but that's the impression I got from what he said. Arrow



New video ...






New article ...

James Cameron on Earth's Deepest Spot: Desolate, Lunar-Like

Trip to Challenger Deep felt as if he'd "gone to another planet."
Link - http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2012/03/120326-james-cameron-mariana-trench-challenger-deepest-lunar-sub-science/


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Re: James Cameron's - Deep Sea Challenge

Post  Max Peck on Sun Aug 04, 2013 8:00 pm

Question: have you guys been keeping up with Joseph Skipper's work on the "Undersea Mystery" ?

Report 223 - Undersea Mystery-1
Report 224 - Undersea Mystery-2
Report 225 - Undersea Mystery-3
Report 226 - Undersea Mystery-4
Report 228 - Undersea Mystery-5

Further reading: http://www.marsanomalyresearch.com/

In these reports, Mr. Skipper closely examines what our ocean floors look like in Google Earth.
To give you an idea of his findings, here are some quotes from the second article (#224):

In a nutshell someone very advanced has apparently since ancient times been routinely surface mining this planet's ocean floors on an immense scale but in the deepest places that we would normally regard as inaccessible ignoring the many difficulties of working at such depths as though they were no problem at all.


What you're going to see here is the visually distinct track evidence of immense often up to 5-mile wide machines that I believe are combination surface mining dredges and processing plants operating in Earth deepest ocean depths typical of 3,000+ meters or 9,842+ feet to over 6,000+ meters or 19,685+ feet depths. The tracks traverse over huge cracks, up and down cliffs and mountains without course deviations (in straight lines) for hundreds or even thousands of miles as though none of these were obstacles worthy of concern at all. Now that's advanced technology and, if nothing else, that alone must be taken very seriously.

The most telling type of evidence that convinced me to report on this now is on the occasion when these gigantic rigs do make purposeful physical changes in direction of travel including 90º turns, U-turns, pivot turns, angle turns, jockeying back and forth over older tracks, etc. That evidence demonstrates that these rigs are in fact physical constructs deep down on the sea floor and under intelligent control by "someone" rather than imaging or processing false artifacts.

Now that is already very compelling and interesting to say the least, but get this:

The most telling and convincing of this evidence is near the island of Saipan in the Pacific on elevated ridges tops that are still very deep down but also even deeper down as much as 21,000+ feet in the bottom of the super deep Mariana Trench system itself. Present are multiple examples of these immense mobile mines making multiple course corrections including tracks superimposed upon earlier tracks providing the needed proof of intelligent purposeful control and that they are real and not imaging or processing artifacts.

REALLY - is this a coincidence or what? Rolling Eyes

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Re: James Cameron's - Deep Sea Challenge

Post  easynow on Tue Oct 01, 2013 3:57 pm

Max thanks for posting the additional info

That topic is indeed interesting interest 
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