Last Saturday, I spend the day diving at Fantasy Lake. I enjoyed two dives at 40-50 feet in the old quarry exploring a rock crusher, a metrobus, an airplane, and a glassbottom boat. I also spent the second dive observing several green sunfish and striped bass. The real treat was diving with a vintage early . . . → Read More: Diving With A Vintage Aqualung
Not that JC, the other one Jacques-Yves Cousteau. His grandson, Philippe Cousteau, Jr., spells out 5 things his grandfather would want you to do.
Did you know the Cousteau Society recently “Saved the Calypso?” The group is still active. This classic video clip features salps, Venus Girdle jellies, and more from “Nauru: The Island Planet (1992)”. I found it while “flying” over the Pacific in Google Ocean, and dig the crazy soundtrack. . . . → Read More: TGIF: Vintage Cousteau
Jacques-Yves Cousteau born on June 11, 1910
Jacques and team in the Arctic John Denver talks about how he composed Calypso, and released this 1994 video inspired by his friend Jacques Cousteau Jacques and team in the Amazon A grouper dances the waltz with a Cousteau Society diver. The Calypso through many expeditions Manta rays, planes, helicopters, and dive team during the . . . → Read More: Jacques Cousteau YouTube Video Roundup
Some of you may remember that when we left ScienceBlogs I wrote… “When I was much, much younger, I joined Jacques Cousteau’s Calypso Club (named affectionately after his beloved ship). Was anyone else club members? Is there still a Calypso Club? The rights and privileges of this elite club were endless. Entry was limited to . . . → Read More: Calypso Club?
When I was much, much younger, I joined Jacques Cousteau’s Calypso Club (named affectionately after his beloved ship). Was anyone else club members? Is there still a Calypso Club? . . . → Read More: Goodbye ScienceBlogs