Sunday, March 01, 2009

Sunday Trivia

The answer to yesterday's question is:
Corps.

Today's question is:
What is the deepest known point in Earth's oceans called?

13 comments:

Ellen K said...

The Marinanas Trench

Coach Bradley said...

Marianas trench.
I think it's near Guam

PeggyU said...

Marianas Trench.

KauaiMark said...

"The bottom"

Stopped Clock said...

Marianas Trench, 29000 feet below sea level.

Fritz J. said...

The deepest point is called Challenger Deep and it is part of the Mariana Trench. Don't remember how deep it is, but more than 30,000 feet. I remember that in school they taught us that you could put Mt. Everest in it and it would still be a long way under water.

Doug said...

The Mariana (sp?) Trench. Deeper than the peak of Mt. Everest.

Sandy said...

Would that be Challenger Deep? I have a vague memory from a 4th grade volcano/plate tectonics demonstration...

nebraska girl said...

Marianas Trench

allen (in Michigan) said...

Challenger deep? Marianas trench?

MAJ K said...

Challenger Deep in the Marianas Trench off of Guam. It's 35,000+ feet under the surface of the Pacific Ocean.

Chanman said...

Marianas Trench - over 35,000 feet deep!

lordsomber said...

"Challenger Deep" I think -- part of the Mariana Trench.