“My umbilical is stuck,” MK1 Michael Pearsall reports. “Primary banks going down,” DV1 Geri Cabrera says from where she’s monitoring her fellow diver’s air, communications and depth on the XLDS (Extreme Lightweight Diving System). We’re on a Coast Guard pier in Alameda, Calif. It’s a hot, clear day, and we can see his bubbles about […]
From New Orleans after Katrina to a Daring San Francisco Bay Rescue, up-from-below Leadership Took Center Stage In the book turned Disney action movie “The Finest Hours,” out Jan. 29, Chris Pine plays real-life Coast Guard hero Bernie Webber. In February 1952 Webber and his crew of three saved 32 of 33 sailors trapped on […]
The day before President Obama rejected the terrible idea of pumping oil tar sands through the Keystone Pipeline he signed into law a bill to protect our ocean from illegal, unregulated and unreported (pirate) fishing. Blue Frontier is particularly thrilled not only because it’s the right thing for our ocean (as is getting off of […]
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Now that NASA has identified our “earth like” planet, what you call Kepler 452b and we call what sounds to you like an alligator puking, I guess we no longer need to pretend that we’re just oil company CEOs working to make you energy independent of your puny sun and flaccid winds. We’ve been doing […]