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Are there really video cameras in the ocean that the general public can observe on the internet? And if so how can I find them to view them?

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Excellent info friend. Thank you for letting me know. I was thinking that she had to be either some kind of an activist or an Auburn fan! Thanks again...nice to know that somebody doesn't mind helping a newbie out.
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Any time, welcome to Ask.
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And hippy, is NorahKee88 really a robot? What about SarahGnoche?
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That is not right!!!!!!!!!
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I call them robots, I don't know if they are automated programs or people that work for Ask. SarahGnoche is another one. There are quite a few.
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Di you know what's bad? They answer math questions and get them
WRONG!!!!! The robots should not be allowed to answer math questions.
It is a SIN!!
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They should be banned from the site. Even thought they give out some correct and helpful info, a lot of their answers are totally wrong, including health questions.
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That's almost worse than being wrong about math!!! Good heavens. My faith is shaken.
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But now, if they get those math questions wrong, I won't EVEN feel bad about saying, "YOU'RE WRONG!"
I can't wait.
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I don't blame you at all. I always tell them they're wrong.
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There are no video cameras in the ocean that the public can view. If there is anything that they want the public to view, the marine officials organize the cameras that can show the underneath.

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I viewed a live public video camera once of the oil spill in the gulf coast. i'm a diver and anything under water in the ocean intrigues me. Thank you for your answer. It's nice to know that the professional on Sundays episode of Shark week lied on National Television saying that there were video cameras in the ocean set up all over the world by companies for their research that are viewable by the general public.
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Yeah, I'm mad too.
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Yes, See: http://www.openoceans.org/Ocean_Web_Cams.html

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Thank you Answer_Otter. I appreciate the info.
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Awesome site...just went there. Thanks again.
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