James’ Expedition A Success

James’ Expedition A Success

Recently, filmmaker James Cameron made news by diving to the deepest spot in the ocean. Soon after coming out from the dive, James said that the isolation deep under the ocean mesmerized him completely.

During an interview, James said, “When I got to the bottom ... it was completely featureless and uniform. My feeling was one of complete isolation from all of humanity. ... More than anything, (it's) realizing how tiny you are down in this big, vast, black, unknown and unexplored place”.

He informed that at the bottom of the ocean he found tiny shrimp-like arthropods. He said further expedition would be needed to uncover other organisms living in the deep bottom of the sea. He further said that during the coming expedition if he comes across something breathtaking then he would be featuring it in his next movie.

James Cameron has made award winning movies like Titanic, Aliens and Avatar. By diving deep bottom in the ocean, James has made history as till now he is the only person who has made history of venturing alone in the deep bottom of ocean.

James informed that diving is something which he has admired since his childhood. He was grown up with the dream of diving deep bottom in the ocean. With his recent dive, he has taken a step closure to his dream. During his expedition, James failed to take samples because of some technical difficulties.

He is planning yet another expedition. However, he has noted that he won’t be giving up his career as filmmaker. It has been informed that his ventures would be turned into a 3-D film. The chronicles of the expedition would be telecasted on the National Geographical Channel as well.


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