Odysseus at the Mast

Scientists discover a shipwreck far below the surface that looks very much like the one on a famous vase from ancient Greece.

1 comment:

Ymarsakar said...

As you probably know, almost three-fourths of our planet is covered by oceans, but were you aware that only five percent of the world’s oceans have been explored? The vast majority of our planet is as alien to us as outer space. More alien, actually, as we’ve mapped out our galaxy and have even ventured beyond the confines of the Milky Way into the far reaches of space.

The author is actually perceptive enough to figure out that discrepancy but I wonder if they would be so brave to put it into public print if they realized that the super majority of what humanity has mapped out on our galaxy and sought via venture beyond the confines of the Milky Way were wrong.

NASA gets paid 55+ million per day in taxes to get loot from space when we already have loot on the ocean beds that aren't being collected. The reason is simple. It is cheaper to launder money via space programs (look up the number of Kickstarter scams that use space as their way to avoid responsibility) than to do actual work on the oceans. The other reason is that there are important secrets in Earth's oceans that people shouldn't be made aware of. Human elites decided this the same way they decided human livestock didn't need weapons as armaments.

You might be wondering who’s footing the bill for such a colossal undertaking. Well, the Black Sea M.A.P. project receives little public funds. Even though it has partnered with several universities, in Britain, Sweden, and the United States, it relies mainly on donation money to keep the lights on – and the ROVs underwater!

If it did have public funding, it would have about as much transparency as NASA. What happened to the original telemetry and records of Apollo, a historic Human Accomplishment? Oh they erased over them because they needed the tapes...

Humans, always in love with their bureaucracies and money laundering schemes.