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Jack of all Trades, Master of None: Oceanography Edition

A lot of the professional academic folks connected to the deep sea ROV dives have areas of expertise, so that while they might not know as much about all the other critters on the screen, they really know sea stars, … Continue reading

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Cool Science: Deep Sea Stuff

I’m adding a new column to this blog, devoted to nerdy science stuff. I’m obsessed with watching deep sea ROV exploration live-streams this summer, namely the E/V Nautilus livestream and the Okeanos Explorer livestream. I’m of course no expert in … Continue reading

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A Book A Day #4 – Chaos, by Gleick

Chaos, by James Gleick Here is the one book I found most inspiring during high school, not Atlas Shrugged (though that book was very influential for me then too), not a book on religion or philosophy, and not a work … Continue reading

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A Book A Day #2 – Of Moths and Men, by Hooper

Have you finished reading East of Eden yet? No? Well, for those folks who have already read the first book featured in these posts, and those not quite interested in reading Steinbeck right now, here’s another great book. Of Moths … Continue reading

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