Hollywood Director James Cameron travels to earth’s deepest point

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Thursday, Mar 29, 2012

Hollywood Director James Cameron travels to earth’s deepest point

Hollywood’s number one director James Cameron has created record by traveling 11 km beneath the ocean, to the deepest point of the earth.

Director Cameron is the director of megahits as Terminator, Titanic, and Avatar. 

Currently he is busy with shooting of a movie in Mariana Trench, Ghulam Island which is in the Pacific Ocean.  He has carried out this achievement in an island which is 200 km away from the place.

Cameron, now aged 57, started of his expedition on Sunday Morning at 8 am, and travelled 37, 756 feet down into the ocean, which is equivalent to 11 km.  He stayed there for 3 hours.  But initially his plan was to stay there for 6 hours.

James Cameron, who conducted this expedition to the deepest point, gathered samples of marine life.  A submarine conducive for travel down the ocean was designed.  He traveled in that. 

James Cameron took 2 hours to travel down to depth of 37, 756 feet.  James Cameron knows Yoga, the ancient art of India.
Yoga he learnt has made him capable of breath control.  This helped him stay beneath the ocean for considerable time.

Initially, the submarine was brought.  Then it was submerged into the ocean using a helicopter.  Through this achievement, James Cameron has earned the name of first individual to travel down to the depths.

It is noteworthy that Cameron was contemplating this expedition for past seven years.  Cameron has rare photographs of the locations down the ocean.
 The place to where Cameron traveled is 120 times huge than America’s Grand Canyon.  The depth is 1 mile greater than the height of Mount Everest.

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