He regaled us with old sea stories, weaving into the fabric of his life people like Hyman Rickover, Richard Nixon, John Burns, Kiyonori Kikutake and Marlon Brandon. The bottom line is that he encouraged Blue Revolution Hawaii to keep proceeding with the Pacific International Ocean Station, for if not us, then who. He strongly felt that the technical aspects of the sustainable ocean system with the co-products were eminently attainable, but we should be particularly sensitive to, and in fact, will actively need to overcome, the political, sociological, economic and environmental factors, which will make or break our efforts. Finally, here is our Man of the Ocean:
Tropical Cyclone Narelle is now up to 130 MPH, with wind gusts of 160 MPH. However, she is still over the open ocean:
Computer models show Narelle continuing along the Western Seaboard of Australia, weakening, with the eye passing directly over Perth.