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    • Dealing with the vacuum of space is technologically much easier than the pressure of the ocean floor.
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    • But they’ll jump at the chance to cause Subnautica. Smh
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    • National AERONAUTICS and SPACE Administration. Not their job
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    • national "Air and space" association
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    • Well considering NASA is, ya know, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration it makes plenty of sense why they aren't exploring the oceans. I fucking swear Tumblr has the combined intellect of four gibbons on ketamine.
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    • Because it’s called The National AERONAUTICS and SPACE Administration you dumb fucking retard, NOAA or The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration explores the oceans.
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    • It’s called the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, not the fucking National Underwater Fuckery Association
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    • Yeah, why isn’t the National Air and Space Agency exploring the ocean? It’s not like they were given a clear directive that is even included in their name... oh, wait.
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    • it's a damn mystery why the "National Aeronautics and SPACE Administration" doesn't care about the ocean on Earth.
      unlikely 9 aug
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    • "Why can nasa explore space but not the ocean?" The ocean: https://ifunny.co/fun/QxF6HPPr6
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    • *Cocks gun* Oceans haunted
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    • They don’t explore the ocean because they are the National Aeronautics and Space Association. It’s literally in the fucking name.
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    • NASA is owned by the scp foundation
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    • Uh I don't think you understand what NASA does. Underwater doesn't deal with space or aeronautics which are literally in the name.
      woodk2016 10 aug
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    • NASA in 1968: “We’re going to see what’s on the floor of the ocean 🌊.” NASA in 1969: Must land on moon, gotta find another viable planet. Now.
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    • The 'national aeronautics and SPACE administration' should look in the ocean?? 🤔🤔
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    • N.A.SA ( national aeronautics and SPACE administration) Dumbass
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    • NASA doesn’t explore the oceans because that is not the job of NASA. That’s a job for NOAA, and NOAA doesn’t get funding for a whole lot of that.
      Shbingo 11 aug
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    • Because that’s what NOAA does? It’s not like NASA stands for National Aeronautics and Space administration or anything.
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    • Somebody wanna tell em what NASA stands for?
      jmadk137 10 aug
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    • The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) should study space! 😎😂
      ChandlerB 10 aug
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    • I'm sorry what does the ocean have to do with an Aeronautical Space Administration?
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    • Maybe because NASA stands for the “national aeronautics and space administration”.. where the fuck do you see anything about oceans??
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    • Yo.... NASA literally stands for "National Aeronautics and Space Administration"....
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    • Here's the thing, we don't know if there's anything up in space, but we're kinda scared. We KNOW there's shit at the bottom of the ocean, we've seen some examples, and we're goddamn TERRIFIED
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    • NASA: National Aeronautics and Space Agency
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    • ...maybe because NASA is the National Aeronautics and Space Administration...?
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    • Aquanaut: '"Ocean's haunted" NASA employee: "What?! Aquanaut:" *loading a gun and getting back on the submarine* "Ocean's haunted."
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    • Ocean's haunted
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    • National aeronautics and space administration. Does that answer your question?
      jrwhite 10 aug
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    • Because NASA is the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, not the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
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    • Maybe they don’t explore the ocean because their name is “National AERONAUTICS AND SPACE Administration”
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    • a) nasa is the space agency, there are other agencies that do do ocean specific research b) nasa occasionally does deal with ocean stuff, even if that's not their main focus
      Coccyx 10 aug
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    • Because NASA stands for National Aeronautics and Space Administration
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    • Because they are not the National Oceanic Research Administration
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    • Because there are other companies that use their funding to explore the sea? NASA wants space and barely gets enough funding for it.
      dabrick01 14 aug
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    • And because its NASA ( N Aronautics and Space A)
      gtxhunter 14 aug
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    • Ocean's haunted
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    • It's called the National AEROnautics and SPACE Administration.
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    • Shouldn’t u be calling out NOAA not NASA
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    • Idk its probably because NASA stands for "National Aeronautics and Space Administration", which if you cant tell by the name, doesnt involve the study of the ocean floor or ocean. There is literal organizations and universities that already fund and do those studies.
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    • National (Air and Space) Administration
      ImG0d 10 aug
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    • National Aeronautics and Space Administration. It doesnt say water anywhere in there
      Bizcaz 10 aug
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    • What you think NASA stand for
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    • Turns out the ocean weighs a fuck ton
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    • Bruh does this person know what NASA is literally learn what it stands for and it'll answer your question
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    • Yeh and DMV should really do something about college debt.
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    • Because nasa stands for national aeronautics and space administration and neither of those includes the ocean.
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    • That’s not NASAs job?
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    • Suction Cup Man: Can't go down, dumbass! I can only go up!
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    • Y'all remember when those 3 million year old sea pickles rise up from the depths of hell and all fishermen were catching were ancient pickles
      SudzySudz 10 aug
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    • Did y’all know one of the deepest parts of our ocean is currently unexploreable because the salt in the water becomes so dense that our dive bots literally cant descend farther down into it. They just bounce off of it, like a force field almost.
      fellly 10 aug
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    • National aeronautics and Space administration, how about you talk to NUMA
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    • Then don't want to wake any old gods and I'm fine with that
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    • Maybe because they are the National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Not the National Explore Random Shit Administration. AKA NERSA
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    • NASA is Aeronautics and Space. It is NOAAs job to explore the seas
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    • Because theres no pressure in a vaccume but fucktons of pressure even 10 feet underwater.
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    • 1960 Trieste goes to challenger deep. 1961 Kennedy makes massive expansion to space program. Coincidence? I think not.
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    • Because NASA has space related scientists? You want them to just flip a switch and change their expertise? You dumb?
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    • National aeronautics and space administration = national ocean administration
      Bigeski 15 aug
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    • That’s not nasas job it’s noaas job, do your homework
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    • This is the type of shit you read on acid that ultimately leads you to jumping through a glass pane while jerking off
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    • They're the National Areonautics and Space Administration. It's not their job to explore the oceans. We have oceanographers for that.
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    • To be fair, the S in NASA stands for Space...
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    • Nasa is actually aliens who are stranded here and escaped area 51
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    • National Aeronautics and SPACE administration
      Geminii 10 aug
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    • NASA does look under the ocean though. They just have no funding.
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    • Because NASA stands for National Aeronautics and Space Administration not National Diving and Ocean Administration
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    • Cthulhu’s down there chillin
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    • National AERONAUTICS and SPACE, not WATER and ALGEA
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    • "Because the administration's job is to study aeronautics and space" "Where's it say that?" "...in the name."
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    • Maybe because NASA covers aeronautics and space, not fucking water
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    • Maybe it's because they are the aeronautics and space administration. Just a thought.
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    • National "Aeronautics and Space" Administration... "OCEAN" literally nowhere in the job description...
      D1Collum 10 aug
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    • Yes because NASA is also responsible for the oceans, there's more than one government program that does scientific research and exploration people
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    • Someone dosent understand that the bottom of the the marianas trench has a pressure 1,086 bars (15,750 psi),
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    • Why would the National *Aeronautics* and *Space* Administration explore the ocean? 🤔 We have the NOAA for the ocean.
      GayPride 10 aug
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    • We do have geography maps of the ocean floor, we know it’s mountains trenches hills volcanoes ridges ect. We just don’t know the creatures. & photos were taken at the bottom of the marianna trench, we just havent explored enough to know all the sea creatures but we likely will never know all creatur
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    • Should we tell them what NASA stands for?
      CamLap 10 aug
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    • "National Aeronautics and Space Administration"
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    • we’re not even gonna mention that nasa is a space agency not a sea agency
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    • They're not tryna fuck with Godzilla 😂
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    • Ocean’s haunted.
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    • National aeronautics and space administration. So no they won't be exploring the ocean you idiots.
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    • Ocean's haunted
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    • National aeronautics and space administration does not say “ocean” in it
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    • I'm convinced there's a titanic leviathan in the ocean's depths and no one can prove me wrong within my lifetime
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    • The water people are getting stronger. They are working towards the surface. Climate change is a huge excuse for the water people to take over the land. We must run
      RedPanda0 10 aug
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    • Next you'll complain to the electrician to fix your plumbing
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    • Because nasa stands for national aeronautical and and space administration, if any government organization should be the NOAA which is the national oceanic and atmospheric administration.
      jmacd 10 aug
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    • NASA deals with space n shit, ask water nasa
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    • Ocean’s haunted
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    • Why doesn’t nasa study the ocean?? Hm... I really don’t understand why the National Aeronautics and Space Administration wouldn’t use their intellect to study the ocean... fucking genius.
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    • Its called NASA for a reason
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    • Yeah the "S" would have to stand for "Sea" instead of "Space"
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    • Ocean exploring is done by NOAA
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    • Area 51 or as us in the know call it, Anti sentient rubber ducky tactical nukes brigade or SRDTNB pronounced serd-tee-nib
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    • NASA: “SHIT THEY KNOW!”
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