Oceanopportunity

Month: January 2011

STS-51L Challenger Tragedy | 25 Years Today

Twenty-five years ago this very morning (at age 6) I was sitting on a tile floor in the hallway of Martin…

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the historical value of the history on The History Channel

I hate to admit it, but this wintery massacre of 2011 is keeping even me inside (while not shovelling snow…

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the abomination of the Obama nation

Tonight’s (1/25/2011) State of the Union marked a critical point in President Obama’s tenure in office, as the event would…

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descents are optional, ascents are mandatory

“Descents are optional, ascents are mandatory”. Those words have echoed in my brain continuously since reading them not long ago…

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the bottom line on hypothermia

This 2010/2011 winter has been brutally cold here in the Northeast, and unarguably colder than most. As time has passed…

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The Earth’s Experience of Space | von Daniken’s Chapter 10

The first 3000 word’s of Chapter 10 in Erich von Daniken’s Chariots of the Gods stand as reflectively poetic today…

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a visionary for future human sustainability | Dennis Chamberland

We’ve touched on the future sustainability of our species here on ‘a New Life in the Sea’ several times over the past couple…

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water is even more unique when frozen | Snowflake Bentley

My days are spent fascinated by water – be it the life it supports, the alien environments it harbors, and…

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do you have a Guru? .com that is…

The deeper I probe into creative writing and various multimedia tools, the more I am both impressed yet intimidated. At…

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Cousteau | ahead of his time AND a visionary for the future

‘Cousteau’ is THE name synonymous with our ocean world. In all of our past and future journeys to the sea,…

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