Posted by Jeffrey Milisen on Sunday, December 30, 2012,
For the most part, the ocean is a vast pit full of a fat lot of nothing. How much nothing? If you set sail from California on a straight path at a cruising speed of 12 mph, you might not hit land or see anything of interest for 22 days. Underwater is a lot of the same. When working on an open ocean aquaculture project where we dived in the middle of the ocean twice per day for months on end, most of the dives were in deep, unbroken, gin-clear blue water. I spent hours looking at nothing...
Posted by Jeffrey Milisen on Thursday, August 9, 2012,
After a couple of months of government mandated radio silence, I'm starting to catch up. My outboard is now fixed, new photos and sections are up all over my webpage, and my thesis is back on track so today I decided to take some time off to go play. I love it when Matt calls me up because it usually means he has found something underwater and needs pictures of it. Last time it was an airplane and this time it was, well, another airplane.
The first adventure with Matt found little more ...