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#18 - itsjustoregano **User deleted account**
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#103 - moarpotatos
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(02/12/2012) [-]
Tree Fiddy
#12 - traviver
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(02/11/2012) [-]
Damn, ocean. You scary.
#28 - herpitydorp ONLINE
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#51 to #28 - boocakeh
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(02/12/2012) [-]
'why choose the lesser evil'
#3 - bleachedpheather
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(02/11/2012) [-]
my question is if we have no way to get down there, how the dick do we know thats the bottom?
#19 to #3 - hellothisisdog
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(02/11/2012) [-]
actually a submarine has been to the bottom of the marianna trench, but we don't know if it's to bottom, because only 10% of the earth's oceans have been explored.
#11 to #3 - jasonvgrace
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(02/11/2012) [-]
(in more complex situation) couldn't you just drop a REALLY long rope down there with a weight at the end? like send a sonar beam thrrough the sea and see how long it takes to bounce back, that kind of idea?
#16 to #11 - meinhandy
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(02/11/2012) [-]
How much rope do you have in your shed?
#39 to #11 - dancokacole
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(02/11/2012) [-]
At a point the weight would become bouyant, you would need more than 1,500 pound of exerting pressure in this weight as well. Also, the solar wave would dissipate before reaching the bottom and coming up

#9 to #3 - hoffmeisterh
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(02/11/2012) [-]
There has been a 2 man dive to challenger deep but it was the only one. It's pretty easy to find out about though not much really happened.
Weird to think more people have been to the moon.

#10 to #9 - glorfendil
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(02/11/2012) [-]
Actually its almost safer to go to the moon than the challenger deep, seeing as space offers little to no hull pressure once the space craft is out of the atmosphere, where as water is offering pressure the second you enter it.
#4 to #3 - gentlemanscholar [OP]
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(02/11/2012) [-]
i believe they use sonar to inspect the things they can't get close to. or some other sciencey gizmomiter
#5 to #4 - bleachedpheather
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(02/11/2012) [-]
but if light cant pass through an area, i dont think sound can.
#6 to #5 - gentlemanscholar [OP]
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(02/11/2012) [-]
sound and light are very different forms of energy. Sound actually travels better through water than it does through air
#7 to #6 - bleachedpheather
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(02/11/2012) [-]
yeah i just remembered that. but even sound has a limit to how far down it can go.
#8 to #7 - gentlemanscholar [OP]
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(02/11/2012) [-]
you should research it. and become smarter than the average bear
#79 - elrona
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(02/12/2012) [-]
I bet there would be some scary **** at the bery bottom.
#84 to #79 - EpicFacePalm
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(02/12/2012) [-]
Is this you?
#85 to #84 - elrona
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(02/12/2012) [-]
Are you saying animals that can withstand thousands of pounds of pressure aren't intimidating in the slightest?


#91 to #85 - EpicFacePalm
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(02/12/2012) [-]
Second to last word of your first comment.
#96 to #91 - elrona
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(02/12/2012) [-]
I have a razer arctosa keyboard. Never buy one.



#126 to #85 - meambob
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(02/12/2012) [-]
well when creatures of that depth are brought to the surface, the decompression they experience is almost certainly fatal. going from that depth with 1,100 atmospheres of pressure to 1 with sunlight, something never experienced by these creatures would cause severe nitrogen narcosis or fatal and possibly explosive decompression. im mean, when a human comes up without properly decompressing, our eyes explode. just keep that in the back of your head
#95 to #85 - anon
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(02/12/2012) [-]
Your an idiot. You said Bery....
#158 to #95 - elrona
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(02/12/2012) [-]
This comment is epic.
#46 - sebbiechan
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(02/12/2012) [-]
DAMMIT CTHULU! WHY DO YOU GET THE MOST PRIVATE PLACE TO LIVE ON EARTH?!
#36 - miilkbone
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(02/11/2012) [-]
Hmmm that thing after 31,000 feet looks kind of -

ALL HAIL THE GREAT CTHULHU !
#57 - licestr
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(02/12/2012) [-]
#131 - StewieGGriffin
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(02/12/2012) [-]
Wheres Megatron?