Space or the deep sea?

Space or the deep sea?

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  • Space! We come in peace!

    23 71.88%
  • Deep sea! Cthulu fhtagn!

    9 28.13%
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    Space or the deep sea?

    The two places we've explored the least, equally mysterious, both with lots of enthusiasts for good reason, both completely alien to our airbreathing and low-pressure-but-still-some-pressure Earthling surface life. Which do you find more interesting? Which would you like to know more about?



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    I love both but I'm captivated by the deep sea. I love the ambience of water and the sea in general but the deep sea is so cool and so interesting to really think about. Most of our world's life exists in the deep sea and yet we know so little about it and it's so hard for us to explore, it's a whole alien world that exits right under our noses that we can't touch, completely separate from our own world and way of life. To think about how vast it is and just how much life there is down there makes it feel like us airbreathers standing around on the surface thinking we're so important are the minority and the ocean is where the real, definitive way of life for the Earth is. Down there where we can't even go. It's fascinating.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pizzafari View Post
    I love both but I'm captivated by the deep sea. I love the ambience of water and the sea in general but the deep sea is so cool and so interesting to really think about. Most of our world's life exists in the deep sea and yet we know so little about it and it's so hard for us to explore, it's a whole alien world that exits right under our noses that we can't touch, completely separate from our own world and way of life. To think about how vast it is and just how much life there is down there makes it feel like us airbreathers standing around on the surface thinking we're so important are the minority and the ocean is where the real, definitive way of life for the Earth is. Down there where we can't even go. It's fascinating.
    I feel the same way! Mainly because I love being around water. So it would be cool to actually explore the deep sea since it is so mysterious.
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    Ugh I absolutely adore both, it's such a hard choice. But I think I'd go with space, because there are so many possibilities beyond just our one planet's limitations. And it's much more infinite. But I love the deep sea too, I just love that underwater world.
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    I can never get enough space :)
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    Deep Sea and anything related to water scares the shit out of me. As for space...well, as a white male, I'm a bit frustrated by the fact I was born too late to colonize the world and oppress other peoples (even if, technically, I automatically oppress minorities by my mere existence as a white guy) and thinking about the colonization of other planets makes me hard.

    TL;DR: here I come, space
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    Space
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    I would go with Space.
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    I find both equally fascinating, but only sea terrifies me. Thinking about space has a calming effect, even with it's destructive forces. Ahh, I hope we will have a happy ending and it all ends with Cthulhu.

    Svelg alt til ingenting! It captures the atmosphere.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Introvertia View Post
    I find both equally fascinating, but only sea terrifies me. Thinking about space has a calming effect, even with it's destructive forces. Ahh, I hope we will have a happy ending and it all ends with Cthulhu.

    Svelg alt til ingenting! It captures the atmosphere.

    I find both equally fascinating, but only sea terrifies me
    You're a woman of superior intelligence, just like me. Even though I'm not a girl. You're a...person with a superior intelligence?
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