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Our seas and oceans have always been central to our civilization, but only the thin layer at the top. In many ways the ocean depths remain more of a mystery to us than distant worlds. And yet, they may be of great value to us as future homes for humanity.
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Earth 2.0: Colonizing the Oceans
Episode 156, Season 4 E42
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