How the Lion City was purposely-flooded to make way for a power station but remains completely intact 40m underwater after 50 years. Read more on dailymail.co.uk with many fascinating images and videos.
One of the reasons why the first generation of underwater stations came to an end in the 80’s was the conlusion that it is more effective to use decompression chambers on board of a support vessel instead of placing divers on the bottom of the sea. The oil industry just did not see any reason for undersea stations. Therefore it was surprising that China announced in 2012 that they planned to build an undersea mining station of 60 meters length Continue reading “Chinese Underwater Station”