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https://eos.org/project-updates/a-1-4-billion-pixel-map-of-the-gulf-of-mexico-seafloor Geez, it's almost like getting picures from a Mars orbiter after decades of fuzzy photos. Amazing level of detail in the deep Gulf of Mexico. Linking a "river" some 3000 meters below the surface at the edge of the Florida Escarpment to its ancestral river in Mississippi makes me wonder how many years ago it was on the surface. And the pics of all the explosive clathrate release craters give one pause. Anyway, yes, I'm a bit of a geek. I doubt there will be even sympathy posts to this thread but I think it's so cool.