Nadine Russell | January 20, 2005

I've been hearing a lot lately about recent under water discoveries. I can't remember the exact number but scientists estimate we've only seen about 1/3(?) of what is actually out there in the water. We know more about outer space than the ocean. I thought this was rather interesting.

Scott Hardie | January 21, 2005
You'll probably want to see Jim Cameron's new documentary, then. It's all about this subject. (link)

I have seen photos of that fish elsewhere and I keep hoping to see better ones. They're so poorly defined that the face looks like it could easily be a trick of the photograph itself, not a real phenomenon.

I don't know why this (link) is scary but this (link) is not.

Anna Gregoline | January 21, 2005
Ah, they're both frightening!

Jackie Mason | January 21, 2005
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Kris Weberg | January 21, 2005
The Uncanny Valley rears its (literally) ugly head again, eh?

Anna Gregoline | January 21, 2005
I KNEW this reminded me of something!

Were they trying to re-create this?


Anna Gregoline | January 21, 2005
P.S. How can they call this fish "discovered," by the way, when it was the result of an artificial insemination?

Kris Weberg | January 22, 2005
With artificial insemination, many magical discoveries become possible.

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