James Cameron: Earth's deepest spot desolate, foreboding

Movie director, global explorer, and noted badass James Cameron today dove to the bottom of the Mariana Trench in the Pacific Ocean, earth's deepest point, using a specially designed submarine. He is the first person to

(People) James Cameron , director of “Avatar” and “Titanic,” has became the first solo explorer to venture alone to the deepest part of the ocean. He traveled to the Mariana Trench, about seven miles underwater and 300 miles southwest of Guam;

Movie director James Cameron describes what it was like for him to dive seven miles down into the Pacific Ocean. "CBS This Morning" co-host Erica Hill reports. In Full: After a rally at the South Hills Country club in Wisconsin, Rick Santorum fired

WASHINGTON (AP) – The last frontier on Earth is out-of-this-world, desolate, foreboding, and moon-like, James Cameron said after diving to the deepest part of the ocean. By Mark Thiessen, National Geographic via AP In an image provided Monday by

(People) James Cameron , director of “Avatar” and “Titanic,” has became the first solo explorer to venture alone to the deepest part of the ocean. He traveled to the Mariana Trench, about seven miles underwater and 300 miles southwest of Guam;