Oceanopportunity

Month: September 2010

le Musée Océanographique

There are two places in the world that I have thus far felt have created a particularly overwhelming positive public…

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Blind Descent | book review

James Tabor’s recent 2010 book entitled ‘Blind Descent’ chronicles two parallel efforts to find the deepest places on Planet Earth…recognized…

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Plastic bags and reinventing the American dream

Among my most favorite reasons for travelling, particularly outside the US, is taking a deeper look into how things work.…

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Hot, Flat, and CROWDED

Perhaps it is no coincidence that I wrapped up Thomas Friedman’s ‘Hot, Flat, and Crowded’ via audiobook while travelling last…

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Belief Systems and ‘Pyramidiots’

Our whole lives are built upon belief systems that provide the framework for hopes and dreams. Even here in America,…

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Expedition Announced | In TOTO Deep – November 12 – 21

Ocean Opportunity is pleased to announce its support of the forthcoming expedition entitled ‘2010 | in TOTO deep’. The project…

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‘seeing’ is believing

After spending a long-awaited day working in relatively clear water, as opposed to the mud holes typically encountered in the…

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the seaman’s worst nightmare, and a salvor’s dream

Making a living in the marine and maritime industries, the forecast of a major storm is bittersweet. The outskirts of…

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