10 Things Science Still Doesn’t Know

Photo: Neil Bromhall (Shutterstock) Most of what we know of the ocean actually encompasses just its top layer. Further down, past 200 meters or so, we enter what’s sometimes known as the twilight zone. It’s dark, and the pressure is intense compared to what we experience at levels closer to the surface. Go even deeper, …

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