Cameron has safely returned to the surface


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James Cameron has safely returned to the surface after completing the world’s deepest solo dive.

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  • wade

    i don’t know who james camoron is, but i remember back in the 1960s when a Navy sub dived to outstanding depths . in these same surroundings yet perhaps different locale. it has been on AM radio{when i was young they had just invented FM radio} that mr. Camoron wanted to see Sea Monsters. this Hawking back to the old days of ship n sail. back before all of us.

  • James Cameron is the man who directed the movies Terminator, Titanic, and Avatar, to name a few. He has also always been active diver who has taken advantage of his success in movies to take his diving hobby to the ultimate. It is also rumored that he is the person who has purchased a ticket to ride on a Soyuz capsule around the Moon.

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