Oceanopportunity

Month: May 2010

last breath

Losing the ability to breathe is just plain scary. Most of us have had the wind knocked out of us…

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Where life began, or did it?

Is it really possible to create something, from nothing? Well, we’re getting closer. The recent work of genetics pioneer Craig…

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New Project Site Launched | 'In Bahama Deep'

At the very roots of Ocean Opportunity’s foundation lie a passion for, and continued journey to the deep. The work…

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yet another ‘last frontier’ | Red Bull Stratos Project

It’s in our genetic code to defy perceived limitations ‘in search of’. That is what drives exploration, and the continued…

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BP Oil Spill | a Reality Check

The past month’s mainstream news has been smothered with BP’s Gulf of Mexico crude oil, and rightfully so. This oil…

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The Life Aquatic | a Reality

Having recently been asked to reflect on the past ten years of my life in an interview, I realized that…

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take me to space! (or as close as you can get me there)

Given the recent change of pace in the manned space program, it’s going to be quite some time before we…

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aquatic atrophy

Another week behind me means another 35+ hours of accumulated time at the bottom of the sea. Yes, literally. While…

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The 4 Hour Workweek | a Review

Tim Ferriss’ ‘The 4-Hour Workweek’ takes us on a journey to find our personal freedoms from mass societal conformity. While…

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The Nephilim| Fact or Fiction?

The Nephilim, or a race of giants that are said to have lived some 400,000 years ago, raise numerous questions…

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