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-- -- -- Even after fifty years and -- I'm as fascinated with the deep as I was someone very free.
You want to know my most important every.
-- the one I'm about.
Almost twenty years ago doctor Robert Ballard discovered the Titanic ship -- But now is that a new expedition the scour the depths of the ocean and find its.
Other hidden treasures -- here and talk about his new series airing on Nat geo it's called alien deep.
Here's ocean explorer doctor Bob that great to have you here and size and these are nicely back on land -- -- -- -- -- even working on this massive undertaking for five year.
In you know National Geographic we've been all over the planet filming in the show and the series airs Sunday night we're very excited we're gonna have a little barbecue and watch it.
What's it gonna reveal well lots and lots of new discoveries in fact.
You know fascinating I have a lot of favorites -- the -- it.
-- of the abyss we found think about it we just found it shipped from the classical period that's 500 BC -- still had human remains.
You know now -- -- That is incredible and as for other parts to it what else you get a good look at for example.
It's a nickel it's alive what it's a lot of.
-- our planet is about the fact that our planet is a living organism.
And -- is it really talks about.
Do amazing discoveries of life forms that we made in the -- C Hydro thermal vents that live not off the energy of the sons that live off the energy the earth itself.
That's where we think life began on our planet -- -- -- -- -- -- the city absolutely it's amazing show it's alive and it's about our planet.
I let your mission statement that you want to tackle questions at the roof of Earth's.
Why such a simple and -- -- cut how do you get to the bottom.
Of this question blaring out of the lot of the ocean -- -- fact that -- that the ocean the deep ocean as the largest museum on our.
There's more history in the deep sea -- all the museums of the world combined the only problem is there's no guard on the door.
And that's what we try to get people to realize -- histories there was being destroyed I would have to trawlers for example or just raking in the -- of the ocean.
In the Aegean and even more history -- you can imagine it.
As we honor the memory Neil Armstrong -- this week we think about space and we had about space colonies -- and Buzz Aldrin talked about space -- only saving.
The earth what do you think about space -- I wanna save earth you know I don't wanna I get out I don't wanna get out of dodge and I -- -- play that that Superman thing -- -- I I do not think we need to leave our planet I think we need to save our planet we need to come and harmony with it.
I think it.
Space probes are wonderful with the thought of moving the human race to Mars I think is this is crazy.
I want -- actually move out and colonize our own planet we only live on 18% of the year.
There's a vast parts of the earth that we could live on in fact the show that we do that one night as the final episode and it takes on that issue.
-- wait to see so exciting so again it's on National Geographic channel.
It's tomorrow night and then the following night great 7 PM to 11 PM doctor Bob -- always great to see you thanks so much for -- thank you.
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