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Old 12-11-2011, 02:25 PM   #26
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On a serious note, im sure there are, we havent begun to discover a fraction of space...
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Old 12-11-2011, 03:23 PM   #27
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we call these little guys monsters.. i wonder what they will call us? a stick figure that holds itself up with 2 more thinner stick?
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Old 12-11-2011, 03:37 PM   #29
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^ Don't get it, not scary to me. I even tried to turn the lights off and turn it up.
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Billionaires, and other people with too much money to spend, should invest into researching this kind of stuff. Sometimes, Googling just doesn't cut it, and you need to just find out yourself. That could happen, if you have more money than you know what to do with. With all that dough, Warren Buffet should be drilling to the center of the frickin' Earth!
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Billionaires, and other people with too much money to spend, should invest into researching this kind of stuff. Sometimes, Googling just doesn't cut it, and you need to just find out yourself. That could happen, if you have more money than you know what to do with. With all that dough, Warren Buffet should be drilling to the center of the frickin' Earth!

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^ Don't get it, not scary to me. I even tried to turn the lights off and turn it up.
The bloop was this low frq sound picked up in 1997 by several sonar sensors. Some believe its from a massively enormous animal deep in the ocean.
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Nice picture, but poor math. Unless I'm missing something really obvious, hydrostatic pressure of sea water is about .45 PSI per foot depth, making the figures completely out of whack.
I don't think the person who did that picture were doing the math, I think they were just using some numbers they knew and put them in the wrong places.

By the math, the pressure *at the bottom* would be 16,200psi ("The Pressure at the deepest part of the Mariana Trench is over 8 tons per square inch." - The Mariana Trench - Oceanography)

Either way, you're turned into a blob of pancake batter LONG before you get that deep, so it really doesn't matter...



"Compared to the Styrofoam cup on the left that stayed topside, the cup sent into the ocean depths collapsed under the pressure to about a quarter of its original size. The gummy bears didn't compress nearly as much, but look worse for the wear.
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^ Just shows the guys who went down to the bottom have some serious balls.

I remember seeing a show on the Trieste and other deep sea exploration where an unmanned test sphere was lowered by cable. It developed a leak (which they had no way of knowing) and when it reached the surface it was leaking water from the same crack. The sphere was pressurized and a worker went to open the sphere and barely missed getting killed when the hatch popped open expelling the water at extreme velocity.

Now imagine hearing about this "test" and knowing you're going down in a similar sphere, but even deeper.
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Old 12-11-2011, 11:05 PM   #39
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I find the space so majestic and beautiful, peaceful and calming..

for some reason i don't feel the same way about the bottom of the ocean.. something about it is just....
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The bloop was this low frq sound picked up in 1997 by several sonar sensors. Some believe its from a massively enormous animal deep in the ocean.
It was ctulhu taking a poop.



Oprah did an episode on it and Dr. Phil is trying to get him to admit he's a monster, and get himself better.

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^ Just shows the guys who went down to the bottom have some serious balls..
Do they have any balls left when they returned?
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