There are two things (beside nekkid women) on TV that will draw my interest more like most other stuff, and those are documentations about either space (exploration) or the deep sea. Amazing worlds with lots of unknown secrets to be discovered.
**** you 20122. how goes does gaz type drunk? dricl. man
A terra dos foguetes
Originally Posted by RJMC
interesed on the james cameron vessel due to having more cameras since there is very little footage of those places,but who knows if the place is more barren than we know
and yes I expect giant monsters to be found so I am crossing my fingers
I admire what James Cameron is doing, but the videos he makes of his underwater explorations are such complete and total self-rimjobs. He spends more time interviewing the crew (who all thank him for his generosity) and filming himself looking at things than he does showing you what the **** he's seeing down there. Imagine watching someone discover new and crazy life forms, exclaiming how awesome and alien they are, and not showing you at all. In a movie.
James Cameron Completes Record-Breaking Mariana Trench Dive
Solo sub dive is deepest ever.
Ker Than for National Geographic News
Updated 11:40 p.m. ET, March 25, 2012
At noon, local time (10 p.m. ET), James Cameron's "vertical torpedo" sub broke the surface of the western Pacific, carrying the National Geographic explorer and filmmaker back from the Mariana Trench's Challenger Deep—Earth's deepest, and perhaps most alien, realm.
The first human to reach the 6.8-mile-deep (11-kilometer-deep) undersea valley solo, Cameron arrived at the bottom with the tech to collect scientific data, specimens, and visions unthinkable in 1960, when the only other manned Challenger Deep dive took place, according to members of the National Geographic expedition.