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Riding on Carousels and Ocean Gyres

I had a little fun Friday with a television expert appearance, helping people understand a little mystery – what might have happened to a real estate sign from New Jersey that was found on a French beach.  386 more words


The Greater Gulf of Maine: A Rising Climate Change Superpower

In the first half of 2018, frozen sharks washed up on the beaches of Cape Cod, seawalls breached along the Massachusetts coast, and one of the most rapidly-intensifying storms in recorded meteorological history exploded along the New England shoreline. 539 more words

Climate Disruption

Post-Bahamas Podcast - Shooting the Breeze Sailing Podcast

“Man, y’all are terrible at this!” I distinctly recall saying while talking to Jeffrey in this podcast interview about how our sail skills have improved the more offshore voyages we’ve done.   90 more words

Sail Skills

10,000 Bluewater Miles

Ten.  Thousand.  I almost can’t believe it myself, but that’s my number.  10,025 to be exact.  I’ve been keeping track and when Phillip and I sailed our gallant Niagara 35 back into the Pensacola Pass on our recent return from the Bahamas, it was not only a fantastic feat successfully completing another offshore voyage, it was also a pretty cool milestone for this little sailor, who began sailing only five short years ago. 709 more words

Cruise To The Keys 2014

Climate Alarmists Run AMOC The Day After April 11th

April 11th 2018 saw the publication of two studies (here and here) on the supposed ‘slowdown’ of the Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation (AMOC) and what it might mean for the climate of Northern Latitudes in the coming decades (cooling, basically). 1,605 more words

Global Warming Has Made Gulf Stream Slowest in 1,600 Years, and That Could Impact Our Weather

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If we do not rapidly stop global warming…

How? By telling the sun to stop cooling? Oh it’s already doing that. 360 more words

Going Down to Nassau Town

When we arrived in March, we were the only Union Jack red ensign flag flying boat to be seen anchored off Athol Island in view of Fort Montague, although the British historical links to Nassau are everywhere. 2,441 more words