Oceanopportunity

Tag: some history

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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New Year’s Eve Ball Drop | What does it mean?

After only a modest night on the town to celebrate the New Year, I ended up home on the couch…

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The A.R.E.’s Search for Atlantis | a Review

Drs………. Greg & Lora Little’s ‘The A.R.E.’s Search for Atlantis’ highlights the organization’s relatively recent field efforts investigating the theory…

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Celebrating Christmas and the Gift of Time

While I am generally careful to discuss religion here on ‘a new life’, with the Christmas season upon us, I…

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a sneak peak from the early Holocene

To sum up what may very well be the most interesting 10,000 years in history in just one word –…

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two of my favorite things

National Geographic’s recent ‘Naked Science’ episode on cities under the sea touched on two of my favorite things…Lego’s and diving!…

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Stonehenge | what’s it all about?

 Set deep in the countryside of Wiltshire, England lies one of our greatest mysteries – the monument (maybe?) of…

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Mermaids | in Context

A friend recently reminded me (Trove Boutiques) of just one reason our hearts and minds turn to the sea, particularly…

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evolution or devolution & a case for superhumans

Homo sapiens have walked planet Earth for some 250,000 years plus or minus some reasonable margin of error in evolutionary…

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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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