By: Jonte Rhodes
Living underwater has been a perpetual myth since the dawn of mankind. Mermaids and mermen, as well a whole hose of other tales of people that live in the sea their entire lives have always been popular as myths, but there may become some element...
By: Lee Norris
Co2 gas from human activity is lowering the pH of sea water and threatening to cause a major die off of marine life in the oceans. This is a potential ecological disaster of mega proportions.Why are the ocean's pH level important? In the 1950s...
By: S. F. Heron
Water is a necessity for life. We use it daily to drink, bathe, wash our clothes, clean our dishes, water our yards, and wash our cars. A good deal of the water that we use every day comes from lakes and reservoirs. And much of...
By: Lee Norris
Will advanced technology ever make colonizing the ocean floor practical to where living will be sustainable there? Future generations will form their own opinions as to what is practical or not. From my experience, I know divers either know the subject of diving or pay...
By: Roy C Dudgeon
Curing Our Hydrocarbon Addiction:Though there is much misinformation concerning these matters, I am happy to inform you that all of the technologies necessary to cure our hydrocarbon addiction already exist. In fact, most have been around for decades. This is good news, since the implied...
By: Roy C Dudgeon
How Humanity Can Eliminate Acid Rain:Introduction:Acid rain is one of several symptoms of industrial society's addiction to hydrocarbons, or fossil fuels. The fossil fuels include coal, oil and natural gas. Unlike global warming, which is a result of CO2 emissions, acid rain is caused by...
By: Laureen Manera
One of the most easily recognized sea creatures is the seahorse, or hippocampus. Everyone knows what they look like, but few know much of anything else about them. Many people, even in this day and age, still think they are mythical.There is a mythical...
By: Dave Franklin
Geographers define an Ice Age as a period in Earths history when there are polar ice caps. That means that for all intents and purposes we are still in the middle of an Ice Age. The fact that ice caps are still present at the...
By: Gale Stanton
Pliny the Elder, Gaius (Caius) Pinius Secundus, a natural philosopher and author of note was a native of Como (located in the Nile Delta Region of Egypt). In speaking of the Nile River, he said that once it reached the Nile Delta Region in Egypt...
By: Gale Stanton
The Easterly Waves ,although capable of producing destructive tropical cyclonic damage, used to be a welcome, even life-saving sight to early seafarers who were coming out of the Doldrums. The Doldrums represents an area of ocean on the equator which is canopied by The Inter...

 

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