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Tag: human evolution

Happy Birthday Blog to Me

For those following my various blogs and bramblings, yes, I am still very much on a Blog hiatus, though felt…

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Advantage of the Undersea Vantage Point

It’s always a matter of perspective. One person’s half full glass is half empty for someone else, and so that…

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Leaving our Shores – the Baby Steps

Among the earliest of lessons taught in diving is recognizing and mitigating the pathway of stress leading to anxiety which…

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not Earth’s obituary…but ours

A CNN piece posing the question “Will we write Earth’s next chapter or its obituary?” was released just days before…

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Cultural Changes in Diving, a response

Having just read Travis Detke’s welcoming editorial in the recent Ocean News & Technology magazine (December 2014), I feel compelled…

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Atlantis is Rising

Surely that post title caught your attention – and no, its not some propagandist hoax from the back of a…

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the consumer machine, mass conformity, and a new lfie in the sea

My weekend started with a task not too foreign to me in recent years – filling a 10 yard dumpster outside…

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Higher Tides, Typhoons, and Assimilation

This week brought the human race perhaps the worst natural disaster in modern history – Typhoon Haiyan. The news headlines…

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Rising Seas – where should we go?

The September 2013 issue of National Geographic Magazine includes a beautifully developed and presented feature about ‘Rising Seas’ – the…

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city under the sea

I’ve discussed this very video previously, but feel compelled to share it again, as it just recently crossed my desk…

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