Sure you could blow your wad on a space tourism ticket, but this personal sub will definitely give you and your loved one better wiggle room this Valentine's Day.
Ready to give your legs a break from all that underwater kicking?
Fancy a train ride underwater? You might be in luck, because Istanbul just opened the world's deepest underwater railway yesterday. Don't forget to buckle up.
Frog, much? The amphibious, Russian ADS assault rifle can alternate in air or water, no fins required!
Because if we can't stream Netflix from 10,000 leagues under the sea, life is without meaning.
Michael Muller, professional photographer, is no slouch. He and two others have patented a system to take 1,200 watt strobe lights underwater. The next step was to introduce his invention to great white and bull sharks.
We've already seen how Google's Street View has expanded beyond the street to include become something you might call Google train view and Google interior view, but starting today you can also go underwater, dipping into the other 71% of the Earth's surface.
You know how water is blue, right? The reason water is blue is because it absorbs the red part of the solar spectrum. This, unfortunately, is a big chunk of the energy that solar cells like to suck down, which is why we don't have solar powered submarines, but the Naval Research Lab has designed a new type of cell that does work under da sea.
With spring coming up, it's the perfect time to forget about the cold winter days and start planning what to do in the summer sun. One idea that looks to be tons of fun: flipping, diving and gliding underwater on this Subwing water board.
What deep sea lover James Cameron hopes to accomplish with boundary breaking films, British mogul Richard Branson hopes to accomplish with his new initiative Virgin Oceanic.