I'm thinking that the best bet would be to send some kind of remotely piloted vehicle down with a grapple and just drag the sub net and all right to the surface
It would have to have an enormous amount of thrust to overcome the mass of that sub and net.
Not to mention that sub is not just "sitting" on the bottom.
It is being pressed down into it by untold pressure.
If that bottom is not rock, the suction alone would ensure that it may never ascend.
posted on 08/05/2005 5:42:50 AM PDT
("All that we do is done with an eye towards something else.")
Not to mention that sub is not just "sitting" on the bottom. It is being pressed down into it by untold pressure.
No, it's not. The sub is experiencing untold pressure yes, but that pressure is coming at it from all sides. The only thing pressing it into the bottom is ordinary gravity.
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