The "Heart of the Ocean" was never found because it was only a fictional piece of jewelry featured in the James Cameron film, "Titanic." The British jewelers Asprey & Garrad were consigned to fashion the blue diamond necklace for the movie.Know More
In one of the most prominent scenes in the film, the main character Rose Dewitt Bukater, played by Kate Winslet, wears the necklace while Jack Dawson, portrayed by Leonardo DiCaprio, paints her in the nude. Rose later finds it inside the coat she was wearing after she is saved from the sinking Titanic.
Other replicas of the "Heart of the Ocean" were made by Harry Winston, Noveau Treasures and the J. Peterman Company.Learn More
Several large gold nuggets have been found; the largest ever discovered weighed 158.78 pounds or 72.02 kilograms. Named "Welcome Stranger," it was unearthed near Dunolly, Victoria, Australia in 1869.Full Answer >
Orcas, or killer whales, are most commonly found in coastal waters less than 200 meters deep. The top 200 meters of ocean are known as the epipelagic, or sunlight, zone because the sun's light is able to penetrate into this zone.Full Answer >
Studies have found that video games do have an effect on the heart rate. As reported in Science Daily, a prominent study from 2008 finds that violent video games affect both heart rate and sleep patterns in young boys from ages 12 to 15. A 2013 study finds the same results with exposure to violent video games affecting the heart rates of boys from ages 13 to 15.Full Answer >
According to About.com, cardiac muscles are found in the heart. Wikipedia explains that cardiac muscle is involuntary, meaning not under conscious control. It appears striated and is found in the walls of the heart, specifically the myocardium. Cardiac muscle cells rely on an available blood and electrical supply to deliver nutrients and oxygen, and remove waste products such as carbon dioxide.Full Answer >