of years ago, life began to develop in the form of unicellular organisms
on the bottom of the ocean. Later on, these primitive organisms evolved
into marine creatures that gradually moved from water to dry land. They
adapted themselves to the atmospheric conditions and went through a series
of physiological changes. Finally, man evolved.
can be concluded that man had aquatic origins but water was no longer his
natural habitat. The new conditions had to be studied and “adjusted” to
the human organism. From time immemorial, man has sought methods which
would help him walk the “way back”. The development of technology and equipment
greatly contributed to the realization of his dream. What attracted mankind
to the world of silence was perhaps the inner feeling of relation to the
ocean. With rich knowledge and sophisticated devices, he eventually managed
not only to penetrate into the marine blues but also to “communicate” with
the marvelous underwater life.