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March 9, 2012

James Cameron will descend to the deepest marine trench planet


The  director James Cameron will dive to the deepest marine trench on the planet, located in the Pacific Ocean, nearly 11,000 feet, to investigate the mysteries hidden in the Mariana Trench.


Your journey will be made ​​scientific and manufactured in a mini-submarine for the occasion in Australia.

The director plans to spend 6 hours on the seabed collecting samples and filming issue. "There are millions of things we do not know. I hope we have the opportunity to study the ocean before we destroy it," says the filmmaker.

It plans to bring the action sequel of 'Avatar' "in an underwater world." It may be that after his trip the director wants to prepare for the shoot.


The vehicle called 'Deepsea Challenger' will lead to Cameron in the Mariana Trench was designed and built by himself, his team of engineers and with the help of the magazine 'National Geographic'.

The unit is equipped with cameras and robotic arms and can withstand a pressure of more than 7,000 kilos. Furthermore the vessel reaches a steady speed of 213 meters per minute.

Despite all these modern features of his submarine, Cameron will take longer than 50 minutes to get to the bottom of the Mariana Trench.

The director of 'Titanic' and 'Avatar' will make your adventure-reality being the first man to go down alone at that distance, which has been preparing for over eight years, in late March.

The first manned trip to the Mariana Trench was staged in 1960, when a ship down to the bottom and spent about 20 minutes. Since that time the investigations are performed by automatic vehicles without people on board.

March 6, 2012

Impressive field of craters in the seabed of Cabo de Palos

                                      Campo de cráteres en Cabo de Palos

The new relief map of the seabed of the Spanish Institute of Oceanography (IEO) reveals a spectacular field of footprints exhaust fluid (pockmarks) or craters in the range of Cabo de Palos, facing the Mar Menor, from 200 to 800 meters in diameter and about 20-60 feet deep, which could be related to volcanic activity.

This was noted by the investigator on the project, Juan Acosta, who presented the new map of the seabed of the southeast margin of Spanish, from Cabo de Gata (Almería) to Cabo Cervera (Alicante-Torrevieja). It has done so accompanied by the delegate of the Government, Joaquin Bascuñana, and the institute's director, Eduardo Balguerías.

At a press conference, Acosta has also stressed the morphological expression Sabatons Palomares and Mazarron, which responds to a system of large strike-slip faults. He stressed in particular the failure of Mazarron enable six million years ago, but noted that the mapped area is stable.

Similarly, given the importance of these jobs, because thanks to the previous mapping of the Canaries, "it was known exactly and quickly what volume of material had issued the volcano on the island of Hierro".

Acosta said at a news conference that the new map data were obtained from several oceanographic vessel Emma Bardan and Viscount de Eza of the General Secretariat of the Sea (SGM), made in the last five years, and that the maximum depth shown on the map is of 2,836 meters, which corresponds to a depressed area of ​​the abyssal plain between Cabo de Palos and the Algerian margin.

This is a job that also has been localized habitats of ecological interest, as is that of the seamount Seco de Palos, with large gorgonian gardens, and broad fields of soft corals and crinoids fields. In the deepest parts appear, but with a lower density, concentrations of different species of gorgonians, as Callorgorgia verticilata.

Other habitats with a significant presence in the Seco de Palos are the soft corals, which form large fields between 110 and 150 meters deep on rocky substrate. Furthermore, high concentrations have been found Lanice conchilega worm and Leptometra phalangium, serving as essential habitat for commercial species such as hake.

Among the geomorphology of this coast, the study highlights the Mar Menor, hypersaline coastal lagoon Iberia largest and among its inhabitants, the seahorses. An area that also highlights the closure of the Strait of Gibraltar, which led to the desiccation of the Mediterranean and the deposition of a thick layer of thousands of feet of salt and evaporites (gypsum) as a result of water evaporation during 600,000 years.

March 1, 2012

Aliens of the Deep (2005) full

James Cameron teams up with NASA scientists to explore the Mid-Ocean Ridge, a submerged chain of mountains that band the Earth and are home to some of the planet's most unique life forms.

February 15, 2012

Aurea swastika is found a hundred meters to 3,000 meters deep in Antarctica


A Russian expedition in Antarctica that has lasted 20 years there has found a giant swastika gold at 3,000 meters deep in a lake called Vostok.

The expedition itself, in principle geological reasons, appears in various media officials as the agency Ria Novosti, with the particularity that echo the above theory that Nazi sailors under the command of Karl Donitz would have established a base ground there, which would have kept the secret files of Hitler and his remains.

According Sorcha Faal, the issue that has been five days "lost" would have found that database, which does not appear explicitly in the information in the official Russian agency, but, dimly.

The Ria Novosti news even gets to propose that would have tried to clone Adolf Hitler and Eva Braun, shocking theory for a formal means, but when continue to propose that some Nazi officials arrived in Argentina (conspiranoica view of history) .

Sorcha Faal information abounds on what has sustained this page in recent months, in the sense that the Nazi capitulation with the Yankees was the release of part of the national Zionist leaders in exchange for secret atomic bomb and, Hold on, the flying saucer.

This information is postulated that the Roswell incident was carried out by German engineers Walter and Reimar Horten, who already have developed flying saucers.

February 10, 2012

Lake Vostok in Antarctica could be inhabited by unknown organisms.


In the water from subglacial Lake Vostok, Antarctica, can inhabit bodies unknown to science, which can exist between a high concentration of oxygen. So says Sergey Bulat, a researcher at the Laboratory of Genetics of the Institute of Nuclear Physics of St. Petersburg.

"Science knows a kind of bacteria, 'lovers of oxygen." Where to find them in the lake, we could speak of a fundamental discovery in the field of evolution of human life. Otherwise, the lake would be the only place on Earth without life, "says the expert.

According to the researchers calculated, the waters of Vostok must be supersaturated oxygen, whose concentration is so high that bacteria known so far are not able to bear it.

On Wednesday, the Ministry of Natural Resources of Russia confirmed that the country's scientists drilled a hole nearly four miles deep and reached a lake represents a unique ecosystem with a depth of about one kilometer.

The researchers believe that it is probably the oldest and purest water on the planet.

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