We may actually have detailed maps of the ocean by 2030! #shorts
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Part 1, Why Is Our Ocean Mostly Unmapped?: https://youtube.com/shorts/fj-3VKWqMVY
Part 2, Is the Ocean Worth Mapping?: https://youtube.com/shorts/cRKASGMSYV0
No , I've actually heard that NASA stopped exploring water (ocean) because they found something so bizzare that they're now exploring the ocean to get us out of the Earth Asap , I saw a tiktok about this lol , feels kinda cap
No homo you are a hot Man, Harris!
Who knows maybe we will discover something strange under the ocean
Oooh now I see the content strategy:
Monday – present a problem about mapping the ocean and plant a seed "if only someone was mapping the ocean!"
Tuesday – Follow-up video responding to comments to generate discussion
Wednesday – Oh, we're mapping the ocean with these foundations.
Why would someone want to mop ocean floor?
make more details of this johnny pls hehe =)
Make a video on why there are so many earthquakes happening every where
Even a short will help
lose the stocking cap hipster
That's bullshit, Google earth erased ocean floor around 2009, there were many interesting structures and pyramids off some coasts and considering that sea level risen 120 meters since last ice age, it's obvious they're hiding something interesting