Photo Credit :: Vintage News What happens when particle physics meets the Amelia Earhart mystery? If that sounds complicated, don’t worry – basically a section of fuselage, said to be from her Lockheed plane, is being explored using nuclear power.
Pro tip: Check out considerations to weigh, along with cold water vs warm water, as you purchase a BCD for personal use.
This video is produced by Christian Wedoy and is his opinion. "Don't be fooled by the scam marketing of this product. They will promise you can swim underwater with these tanks for up to 10 minutes, but that is a
Photo Credit ::: Michael Bernander @ UnSplash Scuba refers to Self Contained Underwater Breathing Apparatus. Air assisted underwater exploration was first born around the 1700's when scuba pioneers used dive bells and sealed suits whilst air was pumped from the
Hundreds Of Dolphins Are Being Held Captive In ‘One Of The Largest Collections In The World’, Investigation Reveals
Photo Credit :: LIA/Dolphin Project A shocking new investigation has revealed that 269 dolphins across nine different species are currently being held captive in Taiji, Japan, making it one of the largest captive dolphin collections in the world. The dolphins
The Viking Octantis pass by in the St. Clair River. May 3, 2022 Photo courtesy of Laura Austin. The largest and most modern cruise ship on the Great Lakes made its way up the St. Clair River, travelling from Detroit to
The last two generations have worked hard to build bigger, better, stronger, and faster structures, but at a high cost to the environment and society. At the end of the day, the dream isn't always a cookie-cutter house, a nine-to-five
Photo Credit :: Wikipedia On North America's Pacific Northwest coast, masterfully designed canoes of various sizes and shapes were created. They were the primary mode of transportation for the region's indigenous peoples until long after European colonization. Canoe-making has been
Photo Credit :: James Lee @ UnSplash There is much to be said when discussing Grand Cayman scuba diving due to the history that is in the oceans there as well as because of the captivating underwater scenery. Grand Cayman
Ghostly Remains of a First World War German Shipwreck that ran Aground in Cornwall more than a Century ago are Revealed at Low Tide after Storms Batter the Coast
Photo Credit :: Cornwall Live The ghostly remains of a First World War German shipwreck that ran aground in Cornwall more than a century ago are revealed at low tide after storms batter the coast. The sailing vessel, called the
Photo Credit :: Sebastian Pena Lambarri @ Unsplash It's a fact of life - most sports involve an element of risk, which might be as slight as a possible injury, but for other sports the risk is much higher. Scuba
Photo Credit :: Mael BALLAND @ UnSplash Scuba diving is a huge exploration. However it is as well naturally hazardous. Beginner divers find out near the beginning in a scuba diving certification group how to dive safe and sound. That's