Thursday, July 05, 2007

Real Documentaries

I watched this Deep Sea Detectives a History Channel show. This particular episode focused on finding the wreck of the Derbyshire, a container shipped that sank in a Typhoon in 1980.

While looking over the 2 mile long wreckage the camera found this creature.

Here is a quick video I took about the creature they discovered and named the Derbyshire Nymph. It is an isopod which is part some of the oddest crustaceans on the planet.

video

I just like real documentaries that involve science or tell an accurate story not those Michael Moore or Morgan Spurlock skewed views or outright bad science.

PS: Ignore my crappy small TV I have other expenses. I'll get an HDTV when they are on sale.

6 comments:

  1. I saw your website is very good.

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  2. I' been looking for that video for ages. Thanks for posting that. Who cares about the ship? They should have spent the rest of the documentary pursuing that organism.

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  3. Anonymous2:39 PM

    I saw this "creature" in a vision the night before I saw the documentary on History International. Does anyone know who has one of these in a test tube?

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  4. Aside from this image no one has ever seen this before.

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  5. A was described this creature, and i made a model that looked just like it
    Coincidince i find this video a week and a half later... well, maybe

    ________________________________________________And now i laugh because you died
    goodbye!

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