If you think about it, it sounds quite bizarre. Humans have spent billions of dollars in the quest to study the space. In expeditions that involve sophisticated technology and enormous risks; while our ocean waters remain largely unexplored.
However, my layman’s guess (at the very worst) would be to take submarines and sink them down into the deepest parts of the ocean’s floors for exploration. Such expeditions will save humanity billions of dollars that can be better used elsewhere.
Given global warming is threatening our survival here on Earth’s surface. Maybe it would be cheaper and easier to learn how to build cities underwater than trying to flee to another planet millions of miles away. Conquering a new planet seems a daunting task compared to adapting to living at the bottom of the oceans’ waters.
To get to the deepest parts of the ocean’s floors, (again my layman’s guess at its worst) we can tie weights to the submarines and let gravity do the rest; well, to the extent these submarines can withstand the pressure. Getting back up to the surface should be the easiest part; just pump …read more