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This Incredible Animation Shows How Deep The Ocean Really Is

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Just how deep does the ocean go? Way further than you think. This animation puts the actual distance into perspective, showing a vast distance between the waves we see and the mysterious point we call Challenger Deep. Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/sai FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/techinsider TWITTER: https://twitter.com/techinsider INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/businessinsider/ TUMBLR: http://businessinsider.tumblr.com/
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garsia42 (34 minutes ago)
What the F**k is the 'miles'????? Why they don't use 'km'???? Preaks...
xXCupcake MasterzXx (4 hours ago)
I'm scared to go in the deep part of a pool sometimes bc I once watched a show and a shark apperead in some ladys pool while she was swimming and ate her alive 😓
Khabib Time (5 hours ago)
bathtub 685 miles on each side??
Maya Dunn (16 hours ago)
wow. I’m scared now right?
Enoch S (16 hours ago)
Next time use “metres” instead of feet Buck you
ART FOR KIDS (1 day ago)
Amazing work verry beautiful!
danny tank you (1 day ago)
Thalassophobia everyone
Lee Connect (1 day ago)
vyuiop vudoo iu
Paddle Tales (1 day ago)
How close is the deepest part of the ocean to the center of the Earth?
Saif Zoubi (1 day ago)
Je bent Nederland ik ook
SeanTheGreat (1 day ago)
0:24 Lol!!! Isn’t that a Humpback Whale? Doesn’t even look like 30 meters long. It looks smaller than that.
Jesse Gonzalez (1 day ago)
0:50 *Lungs have left the chat.*
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Frans van Berkum (2 days ago)
why not meters ? i only know few people here in Europe exept from the UK who
Lidia Milostic (2 days ago)
You know what is deeper then that My grades
Ocean isn't as deep as... My self esteem
Deborah Barnes (2 days ago)
That you know of!!!!
phong hoang (2 days ago)
THE COMMENT SECTION IS DEEPER THAN THE OCEAN ITSELF
D. Graze (2 days ago)
no meter and celcius no likey likey. and suby suby
xd crizbee (2 days ago)
You know what’s lower than that My Grades...
Pam Sheehan (3 days ago)
Very interesting!
ElectromaniacX (3 days ago)
Hey i know that the ghost leviathan lives in the mariana trench
mmcrg ros (3 days ago)
You know what’s lower My grades
LayLay Waffles (3 days ago)
Wait... *a Volcano can Stay underwater and not Go out?*
Nova Of Asgard (3 days ago)
pretty fun to watch bc I'm afraid of depths and being in open sea (it makes me feel vulnerable and easy to spot)
BazaB. (3 days ago)
I was going to add something about the use of feet but I see someone (a lot of someones) got here before me!! I'll just add one thing. It's not a case of using one or the other because one is superior to the other. It's a question of audience. If you put something on Youtube I'm guessing you want to reach the biggest audience. If you use feet and inches you restrict your audience to the USA. If you want to widen your audience you need metres. As the film is made by an American it's fair enough that they use feet and inches but just by adding metres maybe in brackets you open up your audience. It makes sense. Also by using both you avoid the criticism often aimed at Americans that they know little of the world beyond their own borders and care even less. Finally, whether you think in metric or imperial these depths are hard to imagine. The figures become meaningless. The images of the buildings and the mountains were just as good at conveying the concepts.
Local Weeb (3 days ago)
There are children starving in Africa
Baby Santos (4 days ago)
You know what is lower then that? My grades.....
Rex d'souza (4 days ago)
But Ocean has a bottom I saw creatures walking on it
zairmag Maruujin (4 days ago)
Metric please
GhostPanda X (4 days ago)
I can now say, the Google Pixel 3 XL's notch is the deepest part of any world.
Jamarian Mcdaniel (4 days ago)
That's one hell of a wishing well
Cameron Mackie (4 days ago)
Are you suggesting that pineapples migrate ?
We're is all the plastic?
Upgrade Lama (4 days ago)
You stole this video
itz mollie (4 days ago)
Ha first question very deep
Ramya Shree (4 days ago)
creator only knows.....how deep is th ocean.. praise ..God...we are humans we can't understand..
Iman Aina (5 days ago)
Try to speed 2x . Robot sound .
Gold Gamer (5 days ago)
At the bottom there might be sponges
Michael Davis (5 days ago)
Europeans are triggered. I am happy I'm an American and I know this stuff.
javier josefides (5 days ago)
When I see how incredible is God’s creation make me reflect about how powerful is my God.
Norway Ball (5 days ago)
what about blobfishs
Alex lopez Alex (5 days ago)
ooF!
Gomer Hanger (5 days ago)
United States of America owns the Ocean and the Moon. God Bless.
Brian Trail (5 days ago)
I know what’s lower than the ocean *my grades*
Andy Mtz (5 days ago)
Hello you video is vie
nilesh suryawanshi (6 days ago)
Should use meter scale rather feet
Geselle Bernal (6 days ago)
Ow my god
Toni Petrell (6 days ago)
Metric system doesn't exist.
kurichan77 (6 days ago)
That bathtub reference has to be wrong. The UK is 700 miles long. 68,500 miles maybe.
Ivan A. Medina (6 days ago)
I think people doen´t use bodyparts to measure something anymore, u know...anyway, good video..
Bolt 7 (6 days ago)
I can say that finding nemo is very hard though
EGA (7 days ago)
HAIL CTHULHU!
Laura Waldvogel (7 days ago)
Feets and miles.. Great 😂
Robert Cloonan (7 days ago)
Jacques Piccard was an amazing man who's works should be studied. I have no idea what it must be like to go that deep.
Darby Clark (7 days ago)
That’s how deep I get in your moms vagina.
John Msx (7 days ago)
Very deep.
Ur just gonna reach the core of the earth anyways
Peachie Peach (8 days ago)
All that water and still not enough to drink
Saja Art Design (8 days ago)
🤔
Dan. Palm. (8 days ago)
Register to Vote (if you haven't already) and Vote Republican. It is almost Game Over for the Deep State!
SuperRobloxianGamer 0 (8 days ago)
Cool informative
kevin OMaolmhuaidh (8 days ago)
Still isn't as deep and dense as hell
Manuel Aravena (8 days ago)
A bathtub that is 685x685 miles and say 3 feet deep is only a small portion of the pacific ocean, let alone all the water on the oceans of the planet. Get your facts right. Just as a fact the distance from Los Angeles to Honolulu is 2,500 miles, and you could have a bathtub 2500x2500 miles on the pacific ocean and it would still not cover half of it.
Gabriella Mendes (8 days ago)
So this implies that the RMS titanic has not hit the bottom of the ocean which is extensively FAKE!! The titanic has been at the bottom of the ocean for about a century!
Blu Intropher (8 days ago)
Wow, humans know more about space than something on our own planet
sahr20 (8 days ago)
The only thing lower than the Ocean is my grades.
Mystic Legend (8 days ago)
Relly helped me understand the ocean
lresner (8 days ago)
Were are the megadoms from the meg and all the sharks
Funny Fox (8 days ago)
Just like the sea only very strong machines can go to the deepest part of the comments...
Andrew Tan (8 days ago)
I think im gonna go to the bottom and build a house
anh pham (8 days ago)
Welp we’re not running out of water soon
JessTheKitten Yuki (8 days ago)
that much preasure would break my ears ;-;
John Laurence Chan (8 days ago)
bottom where is aquaman lives
Sandesh Shah (8 days ago)
I can't imagine
The Beast of Pubg (9 days ago)
How deep is the comment section
Dylan Sanchez (9 days ago)
Dude what 99.% thats cant be true
Kamyra Kennedy (9 days ago)
Malachi is Lee Because I am your boyfriend😡🤬
MayaHockey 27 (9 days ago)
This video is real deep.
basel ammar (9 days ago)
And I was swimming in around 400 feet of water when I encountered a hammerhead shark
SpecsLotGamer 153 (9 days ago)
what if they find a pineapple down there?
James Fallon (9 days ago)
But how many Toyota corollas is it ? Haha
YourAverageJoe66 (9 days ago)
3:16 This was a huge relief for me. Anyone else?
M¡m Stär (9 days ago)
Fascinating, informative video - Thank you!!!
Katie Schutte (9 days ago)
If the titanic is deeper than all sumberjnes can go, then how come people have visited it
Lorian Norwilton (9 days ago)
Who lives a Pineapple under the sea?
4nde (9 days ago)
interesting
Kasey Iceton (9 days ago)
500 is how far blue whales go ;)
Nicola Peterson (9 days ago)
.p
Katie Kraiss (9 days ago)
As the video went farther and farther I felt a pressure on my chest
RGKeys (10 days ago)
Interesting
Isla Macdonald (10 days ago)
Woah that's deep Get it? *Deep* ?
Fikri Abi (10 days ago)
.. Scary
Herbert Lonard (10 days ago)
qu'as-tu vu vieil homme ? Godzilla !
Goku (10 days ago)
Man on my planet are ocean is so freaky deep your body wouldn't be able to take it due to pressure
Madelyn Harry (10 days ago)
... ITS MATH GUYS ITS NOT FUNNY
Stinky Feet (10 days ago)
RealLifeLore did this before, but he didn't mention that
Cray Fishe (10 days ago)
It would have been useful if there had been a zoom out, so we could see the whole picture. This was all a bit abstract.
Yusuf Onder (10 days ago)
Some deep shit for sure
Good Person (10 days ago)
Only 3 people of 75 in the world understand "feet" use metric system and learn it please

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