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Crazy Viral Video Shows How Deep The Ocean And Other Bodies Of Water Really Are

The rise of technology, and everything transhumanist about it, will eventually be mankind’s downfall. Klaus Schwab recently saying he wants to merge human and artificial intelligence to stamp out “hate speech” and “misinformation” is just the latest frightening ideated partnership between two incompatible things. 

However, there are times when technology is also wonderful. Modern medicine and surgical techniques are a sight to behold, as is the ability to communicate with loved ones halfway across the world. Technology, like everything in life, has both good and bad applications. To really distill this idea, water is essential to human life – but drinking too much water can kill you.

One intrepid user on Twitter, whose name I won’t type out but you’ll see below (insert obligatory language warning to cover legal bases) shared a video that is fun, educational, and mind blowing. It’s a nice change of pace from the incessant political fear- and war-mongering that consumes our lives 24/7.

Check this crazy video out:

The two-sides-to-everything can be seen in the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s presentation of how little we know about the ocean. Sure, these guys endorse man-made climate hysteria and are run by environmental zealots who would rather the earth’s population be shrunk and who would rather we forewent life-saving fossil fuels. But they also have good information from time to time.

Here is what the NOAA has to say about how little we know about the ocean:

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“The ocean is the lifeblood of Earth, covering more than 70 percent of the planet’s surface, driving weather, regulating temperature, and ultimately supporting all living organisms. Throughout history, the ocean has been a vital source of sustenance, transport, commerce, growth, and inspiration. 

Yet for all of our reliance on the ocean, more than eighty percent of this vast, underwater realm remains unmapped, unobserved, and unexplored. 

Given the high degree of difficulty and cost in exploring our ocean using underwater vehicles, researchers have long relied on technologies such as sonar to generate maps of the seafloor. Currently, less than ten percent of the global ocean is mapped using modern sonar technology. For the ocean and coastal waters of the United States, only about 35 percent has been mapped with modern methods.”

It’s understandable we have mapped out so little given the immensity of the oceans, but it’s also exciting to think how much more there is to know. 

The comments on the video are pretty wild as well. Be sure to check some out.

Hailey Sanibel fiercely loves freedom. She equally detests evil and stupidity, both of which are out of control in the modern world. She is a regular contributor at The Blue State Conservative.

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Featured image: Scott Hughes from Dallas, TX, US, CC BY-SA 2.0 <>, via Wikimedia Commons