Hey, if it's real, it's real.
I spent 40 years in the oceanographic, ROV and manned submersible industries. I have thousands of hours sitting in front of video consoles, thousands of days at sea tracking ROVs, not only on Oceaneering jobs, but on a lot of others as well. Including with 26 different Navies. I've spent a fair bit of time with ALVIN, SEA CLIFF, TURTLE, NR1, the Nekton subs, Deep Rover, a few others. Graham Hawkes and his family
came down to visit us. I have been on several National Geographic special assignments, including Emory Kristoff taking photos of six gill sharks from the Twin Drill off Bermuda
, and Sylvia Earle in the Deep Rover out of the CMRS facility on Lee Stocking.
I think I got a pretty good general idea of the kinds of things happening on the sea floor.
And it's only a matter of time before some coonass comes up with a recipe for those bugs...