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Project looks to tap Gulf Stream’s energy

Reprinted coutesy of the Coastal Review Online
By Kip Tabb 

First of two parts

WANCHESE – As the Gulf Stream passes Cape Hatteras, the movement of water is some 45 times greater than the flow of every river on earth.   1,317 more words


Brexit and the 10th man

I changed my view of Brexit recently. I’m not saying I changed my opinion of Brexit. I’m saying that I am no longer convinced that Brexit is what I thought it was; I worry that it’s something far more troubling. 671 more words

Global Thinking

Steven Mezynieski: Adventure of a Lifetime

Steven Mezynieski is a small business owner in Southampton, New York, where he was born and raised. He is the owner of Southampton Excavation and Site Development, LLC, and of Driftwood Farms, and he maintains an excellent reputation. 523 more words

Steven Mezynieski

Palm Trees In Ireland

Palm trees in Ireland are frost hardy and grow in gardens all over. They decorate our towns and suburbs, they are blasted by the salt air on our seafronts, and they are often seen in pairs guarding the entrances to farmhouses and give a tropical look to any garden. 181 more words

Irish History

Scotland's Gardens: Logan Botanic Garden

Logan Botanic Garden is one of three regional outposts of the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh (the other two are Dawyck in the Scottish Borders, and Benmore in Argyll). 532 more words


Blister Pops

The morning started a bit noisily with the sounds of luffing sails and splashing water. Topsides Dave and John had watched two downpours connect and blast the boat with torrential rain, confused seas, and lots of wind. 183 more words


UGA Skidaway Institute researchers probe complex Atlantic Ocean currents

The ocean off the coast of North Carolina has a complex system of ocean currents that make it one of the least understood areas on the U.S. 1,192 more words

Skidaway Campus Notes