Another Deep Sea Oddity

Sukerkin

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I am ever reminded of just how little we know of our own world, let alone the universe at large :eek:. A fish with a transparent helmet over it's eyes ... whatever next :)?
 

zDom

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I often wonder why we (as a race) spend so much time and money trying to probe space when there is so much to see here on our rock* the deep seas, for one.

Spooky.
 

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I often wonder why we (as a race) spend so much time and money trying to probe space when there is so much to see here on our rock* the deep seas, for one.

Spooky.

Because for the long-term survival of the species we need to get off of said rock, we've pretty much maxed this one out.
 

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I often wonder why we (as a race) spend so much time and money trying to probe space when there is so much to see here on our rock* the deep seas, for one.

Spooky.

There is some really cool **** out there, for one thing. I'm glad to pay my share of taxes for images like the following.
NeptuneLargeBlueBall.jpg


M31-TheAndromedaGalaxy.jpg


Engineering wise, it's actually easier to probe space than it is the deep sea. More bang for your buck.
 

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