Jason Cameron Back on Surface After Deepest Ocean Dive.
By: Rebecca Morelle
March 26th, 2012
Holly wood director James Cameron has returned to the surface after plunging nearly seven miles down to the deepest place in the Mariana Trench that no man has been to before. He spent more than four hours exploring the ocean floor. James himself aided in the engineering of this "Deepsea Challenger." He has spent the last few years working on this in secret. The torpedo was equipped with cameras and other equipment to get 3D shots of what is actually down there. I am looking forward to seeing these images if they ever release them to the public. In the interview that Rebecca had with James Cameron he talks about how this has been a dream of his since he was a young boy. The chance for a human to go where no human has gone before is an amazing experience, I can only imagine. The scientific possibilities we have now to research the role that deep sea trenches play in earthquakes could provide a safer future. I am sure there will be similar crafts that will be built now that this one has been successful to do more scientific research on the ocean floor. This article is an informative one, I do not see an argument in this article, it was very well written and thought out with visual, facts and videos to inform the readers what happened. The content was mainly James Cameron's words, making it more of a compelling realistic read.