Originally Posted by SarasotaRepub
i want my meg damn it :livid::frown-new:
At the end of the video Cameron found evidence that the Germans scuttled her because the torpedoes fired by HMS Dorsetshire didn't penetrate the torpedo belt on Bismark.
Originally Posted by namvet
Last year Dr Sylvia Earle, referred to as "her deepness", spoke at Mote Marine with the volunteers. She's one of the pioneers in going for records and exploring the depths of the ocean. She had just returned from a trip with James Cameron in submersibles, believe it was north, way north, in Arctic waters.
Originally Posted by Hawkgirl
She's a cool lady, always one of my heroes. Also heard her years ago at the STL Zoo.
Some time ago met Richard Ballard. Those adventurer types make good money as motivational speakers at sales seminars. He was very impressive.
Also met Mrs Leaky at the Racquet Club in St Louis, where Charles Lindbergh met with the 1 %'ers of their time who financed the Spirit of St Louis in his solo flight.
She's the person who discovered "Lucy" in the Rift Valley in Tanzania. I admire those adventurous types.