James Cameron Earth

March 26, 2012 by staff 

James Cameron Earth, The last frontier on Earth is out-of-this-world, desolate, foreboding, and moon-like, James Cameron said after diving to the deepest part of the ocean. And he loved it.

“My feeling was one of complete isolation from all of humanity,” Cameron said Monday, shortly after returning from the strange cold dark place 7 miles below the western Pacific Ocean that only two men have been to. “I felt like I literally, in the space of one day, had gone to another planet and come back. It’s been a very surreal day.”

Cameron, whose imagination of alien worlds yielded the blockbuster movie “Avatar,” said there was one thing he promised to himself: He wanted to drink in how unusual it is.

He didn’t do that when he first dove to the watery grave of the Titanic, and Apollo astronauts have said they never had time to savor where they were.

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