The Life Aquatic with James Cameron - Mariana Trench Dive

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Steve Zissou

Steve Zissou

11 yıl önce

This is a montage of James Cameron's record setting solo dive to the Mariana Trench, set to music from "The Life Aquatic."
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The music is from the Life Aquatic Soundtrack and is available here:
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@kobrakaigaming 5 aylar önce
James Cameron had balls of titanium to go that deep. Man he's a living legend hats off james Cameron sir 🙏
@thecloneguyz 4 aylar önce
PFFFFFFFTBWUHAHAHAHA. TRY "DEPLETED URANIUM TESTICLES" Lol Makes titanium density look like cardboard....
@kobrakaigaming 3 aylar önce
@@thecloneguyz haha, you must be fun at Parties 🎉🤪
@patstaysuckafreeboss8006 5 aylar önce
15,000 pounds per square inch of pressure. Whoever designed that submersible is a genius.
@louissanderson719 5 aylar önce
A very clever man in Australia. Designed some of the materials used himself.
@chadponder1254 5 aylar önce
Under that pressure it compressed 3 inches and still faced no issues
@BigShrek09 5 aylar önce
The Titan be jealous of this one💀
@Jordan_4680 5 aylar önce
What if this was all planned and all this time this was scripted and it was a movie all this time 😮
@darwinvelasco480 5 aylar önce
Rusos lo diseñaron...
@MishMashShelleyBoo 5 aylar önce
Rewatched this after the Titan situation.. this video hits different.. Hate to make comparisons but you can clearly see the quality of equipment, safety procedures and scientific intrigue compared to greed and ego trips, and it's so sad
@juniorsilvabroadcast 5 aylar önce
Way more advanced and well projected
@Shukonee 5 aylar önce
And this was 8 years ago
@ryanbollo1211 5 aylar önce
Ur not the only one lol
@mangokilla127 5 aylar önce
It's so tragic, but agreed. Saw their story with cbs, the invited journalist sounded stunned by the game controller, but the CEO almost had a sense of pride that they were using less sophisticated tools. Almost like a mindset of "they said it couldn't be done but we're doing it", seems like a terrible way to approach such a dangerous field. This sub seemed far safer- even it's size for one person in comparison to 5
@Njr81 5 aylar önce
Like walking on the moon. RIP to those 5 souls. I agree with you, the technology is far more advanced and reassuring then the Titan.
@MissCarmenGrant 7 aylar önce
He dived by himself? I thought he dived with a team!! That’s absolutely amazing!!!! Applause!! 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻
@chamsaboumehdi4193 5 aylar önce
He is the first person to EVER solo dive that point, actually.
@patstaysuckafreeboss8006 5 aylar önce
How did he even resurface due to the weight of his gargantuan balls
@gabrielr2644 5 aylar önce
@@chamsaboumehdi4193how did u know
@chamsaboumehdi4193 5 aylar önce
@gabrielr2644 there's a whole documentary about it
@Un-Known-2023 5 aylar önce
Who was recording the sub from outside? Were there remotely operated cameras sent down too?
@mydawgzz 5 yıl önce
I love James Cameron's work beyond the movies. The scientist within him is fascinating. He can vision the ocean through an entirely different prism.
@AnalogFoundry 11 aylar önce
You're so right!
@jenkins5265 5 aylar önce
Yah it’s great that Hollywood is a side gig for him
@fictionperfectstudios 5 aylar önce
@@jenkins5265 lol but yeah he's so cool
@Xsonic974 5 aylar önce
i would like to be good at somting too but im good for nothing even when im trying
@vsGoliath96 5 aylar önce
He's a real mad bastard for attempting this stuff and I honestly respect the hell out of him for it. Real "money where your mouth is" kind of situation and he pays up every time.
@GotYourWallet 8 yıl önce
I always thought he was just a rich guy wanting to be important going down there but after I watched the documentary about how The Abyss was shot I have found a deep respect for him. It's great to see how he could fulfill his dream.
@ashertheaudiophile1917 Yıl önce
@vsGoliath96 5 aylar önce
Credit where it's due, the man puts his money where his mouth is and his life on the line to do some real crazy shit like this.
@rosegroshek1218 5 aylar önce
I love that James Cameron is getting more respect and recognition now. It's sad what happened to the Titan but it shows that you can have money to fulfil your dreams like he does, but It's important to have good judgment and good preparation for something so crazy. He has an expensive hobby but he's done his research and he has the knowledge to try those things while minimizing risk. (Even though there is still a great amount of risk)
@xcityboi 2 yıl önce
This man dive into the deep ocean like he's playing arcade games.
@erickmelo8809 2 yıl önce
Can I say I don't believe a film director would actually do that?
@koi8415 2 yıl önce
this guy still keeping his pacman streak
@ibrahimdemirci3192 2 yıl önce
@peterkovacs288 Yıl önce
He was actually the 4th person to reach the bottom
@humungousperson463 Yıl önce
@@erickmelo8809 say it, but this is true for sure
@Tony63909 9 yıl önce
Watching this is one of the most spectacular educational experiences I have ever had. I have learned that there is nothing at the bottom of the Mariana trench.
@sleeqy_tonight6053 Yıl önce
I know I’m late, but I’m pretty sure you’ve should’ve known as they’ve should have already taught you in the 2nd-4th grade.
@stayprone5748 Yıl önce
Disappointing, I was expecting Some huge underwater dragons with night vision but your right it wouldn’t have anything to feast on…. ;(
@nuclearfetusdismemberment9227 Yıl önce
Went to school in France, I am 22 and this is the first Time I hear about the Marianna Trench.
@ssherrierable Yıl önce
I wonder why? Lol…
@-hackzzz-7282 Yıl önce
@@nuclearfetusdismemberment9227 ya don’t say huh wonder why 😂😂😂
@tammysharonlorettastafford3376 Yıl önce
You gotta admire this guts this man has to do this solo.
@Charoletta77 5 aylar önce
When that sub dropped them weights and powered back up there was so much emotions. I'm glad he fulfilled his dreams safety 🙏🏼
@aalapvedpathak6672 5 aylar önce
oh so they were weights , thanks i was thinking that the thing was dropped as a record that cameron went down there
@Cheeky_Goose 5 aylar önce
I'm glad that people were so inspired by deep sea travel that they found these videos again. There's still so much down there that we don't know about and watching this video is almost like watching a moon landing. It's clear that this expedition was for science instead of some ego-driven moneymaker. Look at how incredible all the footage is. Keep in mind this is at 15,000 pounds per square inch! That is enough to turn an air bubble into a grenade!
@CaptainSmith23 9 yıl önce
James Cameron has guts, to dive that deep in that small sub by himself, scary!
@ashertheaudiophile1917 Yıl önce
@stayprone5748 Yıl önce
Yeah exactly imagine diving that deep by yourself and you start to see the scariest creatures ever? You would start to panic and your by yourself around these creatures
@majorhawk2339 Yıl önce
@stayprone5748 Yıl önce
@@majorhawk2339 ?yo
@echobonx4118 5 aylar önce
Because everything is CGI. No deepsea exploration was made. He is James Cameron and he is known to do realistic CGI just like avatar. Think about that! 😝😝
@raisedonAMradio 6 yıl önce
James Cameron's exploration of the ocean is like what NASA or Elon Musk are doing for Space. Pushing the Limits. Very cool to watch.
@johnnylego807 5 aylar önce
it’s actually much harder. Oceans are one of THEE most complex places to go too. People go to space and more have been to space than the bottom of our oceans.
@gohluke 5 aylar önce
space is fake btw
@kaantax8666 5 aylar önce
​@@gohlukehow old are you ?
@waylandwarner7727 2 yıl önce
To think it was just one brave man, out there in the eternal, cold darkness, who reached it and never lost faith.
@isrulius 2 yıl önce
He wasn’t the first
@waylandwarner7727 2 yıl önce
@@isrulius I know Picard and Walsh came there, but to be honest, was anyone else there when Cameron went? No, didn't think so.
@masumreja9452 2 yıl önce
Imagine : He met Megladon
@waylandwarner7727 2 yıl önce
@@murderc27 I don't like him either, but have you been to the Mariana Trench? Yep, didn't think so.
@dancezar6049 5 aylar önce
Thank you Natgeo and thank you James for the opportunity you gave us to see this. It’s amazing! After seeing this any ordinary person can tell the difference between Titan’s equipment, this, or the Russian Myr … Personally I lost my ability to swim years ago because I almost drowned a couple of times and my fear of water is huge. As I was watching the video my anxiety was bigger then the whole Mariana Trench 😂 but if I had the opportunity to be in James’s place I would do it anytime 🤣
@lykansu8254 5 aylar önce
Props to the cameraman for once again giving us amazing footage of the outside of the sub at 15k ft deep! Always a Legend!
@nb6792 4 aylar önce
The cameraman was a fish actually
@shinemendwoor8349 2 aylar önce
It’s true I was the camera
@fernandobernardo6324 5 aylar önce
In the beginning of the video at 0:05 we can see the small pressurised sphere compared to the rest of the sub. A superb and secure machine that exposes how cheap and flawed was the Titan submersible. The Alvin submersile is also a piece of ever evolving hardware that has completed more than 5000 deep dive missions since its creation in late 60's. A well understood and secure industry that will suffer from those big mistakes.
@aditzoti 4 aylar önce
Titan design is okay for 1 trip only
@jademarmontebon4801 5 aylar önce
3 times deeper than the shipwreck of titanic,the preassure is so high, James Cameron is so genius in that field
@armeddeafboi7276 5 aylar önce
Props to the cameraman being able to dive that deep
@rizvanaparvin3813 5 aylar önce
No divers cannot dive that deep
@scottchristian6624 5 aylar önce
Are you really that naive to believe a human could scuba dive that deep?
@lowrd652 5 aylar önce
Bro I was wondering 🤯
@skehleben7699 4 aylar önce
You're not serious are you?
@GameLink600 5 aylar önce
Don Walsh reached the deepest known part of the ocean in 1960, and then helped James Cameron reach the same place in 2012.
@Gomez1915 9 yıl önce
His name is James, James Cameron The bravest pioneer No budget too steep, no sea too deep Who's that? It's him, James Cameron James, James Cameron explorer of the sea With a dying thirst to be the first Could it be? Yeah that's him! James Cameron
@albertobellini98 8 yıl önce
@wais71 8 yıl önce
Arise sir James Cameron
@apexvwarrior8082 2 yıl önce
YES 😂❤️
@SRosenberg203 Yıl önce
Systems are normal! You guys hearing the song OK up there?
@MilanAC1987 5 aylar önce
obviously no one can ever be 100% happy from when they are born to when they die, but I wonder who said that money doesn't bring happiness…. this man is the picture of happiness and I would be happy to be able to live such a beautiful life full of adventures
@antinorum9820 5 aylar önce
It depens on the use you make of money. The Three passengers of the Titan by the Oceansgate made a very bad use of their richness and lost their lives. If they had no Money , they would be still alive.
@MilanAC1987 5 aylar önce
@@antinorum9820 of course I agree with you. obviously in my comment I assumed the correct use of money. not like the owner of the Titan or like those rich people who use the money for drugs etc
@nickh9619 5 aylar önce
Whatta Legend! A true pioneering great! I get scared standing on the pier at the beach 😂 this man was basically sat on the deepest part of the ocean & wasn't even worried, hats off to Jimmy!
@Elixear 7 aylar önce
Ce qu'il a accompli ce jour-là est à mettre au même niveau que le jour où on a posé le pied sur la Lune. L'absolue confiance qu'il avait dans l'équipe et le matériel intime le plus grand respect, quand à l'extrême péril de l'opération. C'est d'autant plus spectaculaire que ce n'est pas un scientifique qui l'a fait, mais un cinéaste curieux épris de découverte qui va jusqu'au bout de son idée. Epoustouflant.
@kandicemasden211 6 yıl önce
very impressive. way to go jim! wish I could ve been there
@djkenishii 5 aylar önce
Kudos to the cameraman recording from outside the sub!
@mahendervelpula1010 5 aylar önce
I feel so pity for your knowledge
@srikarchinna1793 5 aylar önce
​​​@@mahendervelpula1010😂 I think it was a joke
@nb6792 4 aylar önce
@EmperorOfVega 5 aylar önce
Mr. Cameron is a real Legend! He truly knows what he does, and with him those 5 ppl would have seen the Titanic and could have told there loved ones about it. RIP
@MultiDoubledutch 2 yıl önce
So he actually did exactely, what one of his protagonists did in his film "the abyss". "Know, this was a one way ticket" still give me goosebumps. You have to see that movie, if you don't know...
@theuniversewithin74 2 yıl önce
Where the hell is the 4K version?? Been waiting forever.
@alexyulchiev2887 5 aylar önce
That's his best work imo and very underrated film too
@Furanku13 5 aylar önce
I love the fact that these videos of James Cameron is popping up in my feed. You can see that he and his team wasted no effort into making sure their sub is well engineered and spent years themselves to research.
@Sambubdo 5 aylar önce
This little pod sub is 1000x more advanced, has better engineering, and is much more heavily designed/productive compared to Titan. Wow.
@KobaltRad 11 yıl önce
this is just too perfect. good job man.
@josesalgadosalgadomurillo5221 11 aylar önce
@altafmd9790 4 aylar önce
Most dare person as a driver to director what an incredible journey he has prove one human different achievements , what not he can do ? Very inspirational man on Earth.
@philgardner9618 5 aylar önce
He is one brave man to venture that far down all by himself. Don't think I'd chance it even if you offered me a few million £. I'd be way too scared and apprehensive.
@juscelinoromao8581 5 aylar önce
Espetacular é muita coragem 👏😀
@persephone4392 5 aylar önce
he is so brave to go alone down there.
@anand444 5 aylar önce
He literally set the James Cameroon milestone down there !
@patrickhamos2987 5 aylar önce
If the film meant anything to you, this is incredibly beautiful
@marcelobendito3510 5 aylar önce
Muito impressionante, parabéns pela coragem!!!
@maxwelltv3270 4 aylar önce
Amazing work and blessed person on his journey in a deep blue sea.
@satrialangit2116 4 yıl önce
First I dont believe that there is human being have such a giant guts to dive that depth. And he is the only James Cameron, the director of Titanic movie. Salute sir.
@joshuab8321 3 yıl önce
he's not the only one ,people have went there before
@jeremy-ws1rb 3 yıl önce
Hes a director he is good at making things look real
@SigaP69 3 yıl önce
@@joshuab8321 Yeah but only 3 people have dived that deep. So mad respect for him!
@archieabela 3 yıl önce
Maybe you should try to search for his movie, The Abyss
@erickmelo8809 2 yıl önce
Why it has to be a film director?? Why not a marine, a scientist or whatever, why it has to be James Cameron, a film maker?
@nostalgia9338 4 aylar önce
James Cameron is so underrated. Before Titan I just thought he was a film star.
@PizzaHabibi 5 aylar önce
He has a powerful mind set to do this kind of risky thing at this age😎respect you sir!!!
@LisaGiam 5 aylar önce
James Cameron has always held a special place in my heart.
@davidcopson5800 5 aylar önce
Valves have always held a special place in my heart.
@LisaGiam 5 aylar önce
@@davidcopson5800 you know what David, very good point! Valves are important too!
@skehleben7699 4 aylar önce
I loved the life aquatic with Steve zissou! Great movie!
@shadowfilm7980 5 aylar önce
He is a true adventurer. Risk taker. I met him not long ago for a special screening of his latest Avatar movie. He was great. Easy to talk to. Sense of humor too. We both have a mutual friend.
@jesswil6692 5 aylar önce
Pure legend it's freaky that humans can make such machines
@WCLCooke 2 yıl önce
He brought light to a place devoid of any.
@goodhouse91021 5 aylar önce
Fair play to the camera man… never dies
@randomtopics5297 5 aylar önce
materials that had been used in this sub and to the oceangate are very different from its structure to quality. hats off Mr. James Cameron
@Song12m 5 aylar önce
My respect for this man has increased
@susithalilanthi9754 5 aylar önce
A brave man. Well done
@funkyflights 5 aylar önce
That takes a level of bravery for sure…
@soulbass7565 Yıl önce
Thanks for sharing this insight...this movie always reminds me of how we used to be innocent ( not naive which is different )...everytime i watch it brings me back to center, balance in such a beautyful , pure and unique way...for those who really understands this movie knows its almost a mind/spiritual cleanse per say....thank you
@preksssha 11 aylar önce
which movie ?
@soulbass7565 11 aylar önce
@@preksssha the life aquatic with steve zissou 2004 wes Anderson
@preksssha 11 aylar önce
@@soulbass7565 thank you i thought it was abyss by james cameron
@amalbabu4730 5 aylar önce
Look at the quality of submersible and its equipment. 🤘🏻
@FunkyToe369 2 yıl önce
Such a cool video! I loved the Life Aquatic music, it fit perfectly in my opinion
@saikatmondal1478 5 aylar önce
This is the reason, why he is the best director in the world❤
@mathialagan3911 5 aylar önce
A submarine specially made for James Cameron It is made entirely of titanium It is only used by him after many tests It can only be used by him Only one person can go on it It is made entirely of protective armor The titanium rule This sub marine They have found some special technology in the submarine to control the pressure inside the submarine as it descends vertically into the sea.
@atopedigree1995 5 aylar önce
What this man does always fascinates me
@minjrahultech 5 aylar önce
Hats off to cameraman for showing all this
@acm5458 5 aylar önce
The Man, The Legend
@RC-md2yx 5 aylar önce
James Cameron is not just movie maker he is true explorer
@DaveEeEeE-hu7gu 5 aylar önce
It's unfathomable how much pressure is at play at those depths, like 1050ATM / 15000psi+
@teresajennings1243 5 aylar önce
He is just amazing!
@CatherineTidmore 9 yıl önce
Absolutely amazing!!!
@bachmanity_ Yıl önce
There’s something about this guy which fascinates the world. It all started with titanic 97.
@AmanSharmaLovely 9 aylar önce
No, it all started with the Terminator.
@Elixear 7 aylar önce
Il avait déjà marqué le monde 13 ans auparavant avec "The Terminator" bien sûr, mais aussi avec "Aliens" et "Abyss" dans la foulée. "Titanic" est plutôt une consécration, dira-t-on.
@joelmirvieiradacosta8165 5 aylar önce
Se tem homem corajoso nesse mundo mas que esse homem eu desconheço.👏
@migomotovlog 5 aylar önce
This man is a legend
@antoniom.8965 6 yıl önce
i bet that was amazing. being in there and hitting the floor. like history brother
@ianonthego1355 5 aylar önce
This man is a badass director and ocean explorer.
@gauribadukale2397 5 aylar önce
I can just imagine the nervousness and excitement he had at that moment.
@rich081176uk 5 aylar önce
Say what you like about James Cameron but you cant say he hasn't got balls of steel.
@AtoZShorts18 3 yıl önce
This is the reason why I am big fan of James Cameron
@Fedaykin24 9 yıl önce
Thank you James Cameron for saving us all!
@claudekim7876 9 yıl önce
southpark .. XD
@no_one_gaming8184 5 aylar önce
Kudos to the cameraman dives deep to film Cameron and his sub..
@richardhunt304 Aylar önce
I think I am right in thinking that James Cameron is only the third or fourth man to have ever been there ? - Quite an achievement.
@frdousi5791 5 aylar önce
My god ,can't believe ..Words stuck after watching titan's sad end...Super brave man
@user-ee2mb1pf8c 5 aylar önce
His name is James, James Cameron The bravest pioneer No budget too steep, no sea too deep Who's that? It's him, James Cameron..." Good job on raising the bar!
@universalthings3367 9 aylar önce
James Cameron the man who always thinks the future 👍
@unuthnayaz6183 5 aylar önce
He dive alone. What a badass
@gerekligereksiz734 5 aylar önce
Thats a amazing. This is indescribable courage. Good thing there are scientists.
@user-hk5cm3ou7k 5 aylar önce
Now that the failure of the titan from oceangate, it just reminds me of the success that cameron had with his crew, this is top tier human engineering, not everytime a sub capable of submersing people below 1000 meter down.
@afvet5075 3 yıl önce
Simply amazing.
@EdwardThomasLee 5 aylar önce
It would be so cool to see the actual human scale of the descent.
@KALINGANJA007 3 yıl önce
I would for sure have a playlist...why not? Jammin out in the submersible baby!!!!!
@under88Me 5 aylar önce
I love James Cameron's child-like enthusiasm.
@dairbatista8904 5 aylar önce
É uma escuridão total nas profundezas... 🇧🇷 olá, Brazil presente aqui. 🙋🏽‍♂️
@davoinshowerhandle3302 5 aylar önce
Well done for that camera man diving deeper than James Cameron just to film the descent.
@debsam77 4 aylar önce
And he did it solo 👏👏👏👏👏
@user-hh3tn9ur9v 4 aylar önce
Этот человек прожил насыщенную жизнь.
@BabaMakhanya 5 aylar önce
James Cameron will be remembered as a G! 👏😤🔥🔥🔥
@Muayitsu 5 aylar önce
Shout out to the camera man for free diving that deep
@redtyto5399 5 aylar önce
1:50 _His name is James, James Cameron_ _The bravest pioneer_ _No budget too steep, no sea too deep_ _Who's that?_ _It's him, James Cameron_ 🎶🎵 _"Descending to 1000 feet. I don't see the bar yet. It must have sunk much lower"_ _James, James Cameron explorer of_ _the sea_ _With a dying thirst to be the first_ _Could it be? Yeah that's him!_ _James Cameron_ 🎵🎶
@tlotpwist3417 5 aylar önce
Out of curiosity i searched the earth crust thickness. At 40 km average, the trench cuts it at 25% or so of its layer, its somehow both a lot and little. And overall should reminds us than our planet still is far bigger than us, we're just ants crawling on a giant ball that will likely survive us to give room for other lifeforms, once we're done shooting ourselves in the foot
@Janny1317 5 aylar önce
The real hero James Cameron. I salute you❤
@LifeIsGood49 5 aylar önce
This is heartwarming to watch. God's nature may not do much of harm only if you approach it with caution.
@ShangDi_became_Jesus Yıl önce
Its like taking a lighter and lighting it in the forest. Thats all we get to see but its the start if the exploration. Hes livin the life. This is life….
@rajibhasan4622 5 aylar önce
I can’t even imagine to get all the way down there. Ohh 😅my goodness! There is only way I can get there through dreaming like I was there through imagination. 😂
@everettamador9870 5 aylar önce
Thank God Mr. Cameron took each AND every precaution!!!
@jdm542 6 aylar önce
i feel like everyone missed the title lol well done tho i got u, this is also the best soundtrack ever made 100%
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