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  • Journey to the Bottom of the Ocean

    World record by an American Diver. 7 miles down....

    https://www.bbc.com/news/av/science-...m-of-the-ocean

    Last edited by CMD; 05-14-2019, 08:28 AM.
    Rhode Island

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    Interesting and scary ! I’d like to know the actual pressure at the bottom. With different salinity levels I guess it would be near impossible to calculate. I’m sure he had a gauge but I’m not sure it would be accurate ..If the Hull did implode, I’d think he would not even known it....

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    • #3
      Uffda
      My name is Gary. I live in NE South Dakota

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      • CMD
        CMD commented
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        Uffda, now there's an acronym(?) I am not familiar with, lolol....

      • SDhunter
        SDhunter commented
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        I’m not Norwegian, but this is what a lot of Norwegians say around here, when they want to say something like,
        “Oh my”, or “good grief”, or “ugh”. So it’s not an acronym, it’s norwegian talk. I’m guessing you don’t have to many Norwegians in Rhode Island!

      • SDhunter
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        It can really mean a lot of things.

    • #4
      Very cool post thank you! My son has been obsessed by the deepest part of the ocean's lately. Didn't know what the Challenger Deep was till a few days ago.

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