The ocean floor is littered with millions of shipwrecks, but we only know the locations of a small fraction, and we've explored only a small fraction of those. Will the treasures of these sunken ships ever be hauled up from the deep?
Thirty three years ago, when Bill High started Professional Scuba Inspectors, Inc. his aim was to train at least 300-500 people and he established a goal of “zero ruptures”. PSI-PCI surpassed the first goal in the first 5 years. But we had not been able to get through a year without at least one cylinder…
For the past 100 years, a box of never-before-seen negatives has been preserved in a block of ice in Antarctica. Recently, Conservators of the New Zealand Antarctic Heritage Trust came across the 22 exposed, but unprocessed, cellulose nitrate negatives during an attempt to restore an old explora
Trove of 3rd century silver and bronze coins dating to Emperor Aurelian’s reign unearthed by Ueken farmer this summer A trove of more than 4,000 bronze and silver coins dating back to ancient Rome, uncovered this summer in the orchard of a fruit...
The salvage of the legendary San José and its cargo of gold, emeralds and other treasure could be worth as much as $17bn if ownership agreement can be reached The discovery of the “holy grail of shipwrecks” off the coast of Colombia this week has...
Japanese artist Isana Yamada' s project Samsara is composed of six translucent whales mounted on thin pedestals that give each of the sculptures an illusion of movement. The whales, illuminated from within, provide a window to strange worlds locked inside their resin-coated bodies: chur
In some parts of the world, winter is in full swing. For many divers, this means a temporary break in scuba diving, or at least a switch from warm-water gear to cold-water gear (or vice versa if you travel to warmer climates).
The population of Florida's iconic manatees has recovered enough that the species no longer meets the definition of "endangered" under the Endangered Species Act, federal wildlife officials said Thursday.
Rich Synowiec's insight:
Happy they are doing well, not sure what this is going to mean as far as being able to visit them easily.
Using robots, underwater iPads, 3D printing, and other new tech, scientists are discovering shipwrecks that are rewriting our history. Read the inside story of the Antikythera and two other breakthrough explorations.
Researchers investigating the mysterious Oak Island, located on the south shore of Nova Scotia, Canada, have made a startling announcement regarding the discovery of a Roman ceremonial sword and what is believed to be a Roman shipwreck, radically...
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