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80 meters and they can't just dive to take a look?

Don't be rational! This is SO MUCH MORE INTERESTING with vague images. rolleyes.gif

Keep milking it for the research grant money...that's my guess anyways.
    
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Pretty sure this thread is a repost of a repost.
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post #23 of 98
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80 meters and they can't just dive to take a look?
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Originally Posted by Munkypoo7 View Post

Don't be rational! This is SO MUCH MORE INTERESTING with vague images. rolleyes.gif
Keep milking it for the research grant money...that's my guess anyways.

You two should read more into the team and their plans, less on pointing out vague suggestions of how to accurately identify what it is. rolleyes.gif

As already mentioned (by me no less), the team that gathered the image is planning on a research study and preparing plans to get to the site. On top of that, when asked why they hadn't descended to the site immediately or sooner than their plans, is because the location of the site underwater is extremely difficult to gather imagery from because of displacing sediments in the area, along with naturally dark waters in that specific area.

It's not like searching or diving for wrecks off the coast of Florida where the water is relatively clear and free of debris as well as being relatively shallow. wink.gif
    
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80 meters and they can't just dive to take a look?

I was wondering this too...I think 50 meters is considered safe with regular scuba equipment (for an experienced diver anyway), but most hard suits are good for a couple hundred meters...but it been a few years since I was in the loop with this stuff and it might have gotten better.
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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Bloop

You legend! Thanks. What made you think of that? My description? I would have never remembered "the bloop"!
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QTF, why not just send a camera down real quick?


Pressure.
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Pressure.

While there would be a decent amount of pressure at 100 meters down...it would not be enough to stop an underwater camera.

If they take a sub down to it they are going to be looking at it via a camera on the sub anyway. However, you can't sell tickets for a camera and a string.

I mean...we could watch 24/7 live footage of that oil leak in the Gulf of Mexico and the leak was something like 1500 meters down. At 100 meters any old camcorder that is sufficiently water proofed would be fine.
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I was wondering this too...I think 50 meters is considered safe with regular scuba equipment (for an experienced diver anyway), but most hard suits are good for a couple hundred meters...but it been a few years since I was in the loop with this stuff and it might have gotten better.

80 meters is about 250ft.

PADI deep water certification is only good for 130 feet. http://www.padi.com/scuba/padi-courses/diver-level-courses/view-all-padi-courses/deep-diver/default.aspx

even the tech 65 tri-mix is only good for 210. http://www.padi.com/scuba/padi-courses/technical-courses/view-all-technical-courses/tec-trimix65/
to go down to the 240ft where this is you would need professional hard hat divers experienced in deep dives, its not something you can do with regular scuba equipment
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