Professor Joseph Dituri of the University of Florida has been living in a 100-square-foot room 30 feet below the surface at the Jules Undersea Lodge in Key Largo for the last 74 days. Dr. Dituri started this unique journey on March 1.
US Professor Joseph Dituri: A professor at the University of Florida has set a new world record for the longest stay underwater. Professor Joseph Dituri has completed 74 days living about 30 feet down in a Florida lagoon. He is living in a capsule of 100 square feet. Joseph Dituri plans to stay underwater for 100 days. Before him, in the year 2014, two more professors had descended to stay in the water and made a world record of 73 days, which has been broken by Professor Dituri.
He was called ‘Dr. Also known as ‘Deep Sea’. According to information received from Deturi’s social media account, on March 1 this year, he went down to live in the water and will come out on June 9. In his Instagram post, Professor Dituri wrote,That, ‘Today is the day of record breaking, 73 days have passed under water, I am happy that my curiosity has brought me here. My aim has always been to inspire, not only the coming generation but also the scientists who are engaged in research on how the human body works under adverse conditions under water. Breaking the world record is an exciting thing that has proved to be a milestone but my journey will not stop here but this journey will continue for 23 more days for people of all ages who want to learn and for my own discovery Will remain.
What did the professor miss the most while he was underwater?
Coming out of the water, Professor Dituri said that what he missed the most was the sun. He said, “The sun has been an important part of my life. I usually go to the gym at 5 and then come out and watch the sunrise. So the water Living here, I missed the sunlight the most. However, it is important for me to inspire and empower the generations to come, because it is the children who will save the planet.”