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James Cameron Reaches Deepest Point on Earth

James Cameron Reaches Deepest Point on Earth
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2 Responses to “James Cameron Reaches Deepest Point on Earth”

  1. 1
    anon Says:

    Near as I can tell that is over 150 bars of gravity pressure to the one inside the chamber that Mr. Cameron depended on. One little fracture or one bad weld and it is over in an instant and he would be paste. Sometimes technology is a wonderful thing. Congrats to him and his team. A true accomplishment.

  2. 2
    Mlllllle Says:

    The deepest point ? Did he slept with Paris Hilton ?

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