Tuesday, June 3, 2014
The research has been successful, and the learning has been overwhelming, as everyone is eager to teach and learn. These are lifelong learners unlike any I have ever witnessed firsthand. Science is knowledge, an understanding of mysteries one test at a time. As Dr. Wells said to me, "If we knew everything that we were doing, it wouldn't be called research."
After this research cruise, we are one step closer to understanding the vast unknown of the ocean and the future of life as we know it.
I am currently working on videos to add to this blog once I get home to sufficient bandwidth. I will be interviewing each principal investigator and report as I have on the other parts of this journey. The day by day work with many more pictures and information can be found on my friend and collegue, Denis Costello's blog, socalcostello.blogspot.com. Feel free to comment if there is more that you'd like to see or know about life and science at sea.