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Earth Is Blue

Craig Howard

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Earth is covered by oceans and surrounded by air, offering opportunities and challenges for humans since the beginning of our existence. Earth Is Blue explores the stories of humans interacting with water and air.Host Craig Howard is a pilot of many different aircraft, and has experience in the water from swimming to submarines. He's met countless people achieving fascinating things in the oceans, the air, and beyond, and unwraps their stories in casual conversations.Earth Is Blue. Join us as we endeavor to explore more.

Latest Episodes

Challenges of Exploring Shipwrecks

Shipwrecks happen all over the oceans, yet with much greater frequency they exist invisibly near shore. That's where they encountered hard things like rocks, other ships, and enemies. The oceans are hostile to humans. The distance you can walk in twenty seconds is greater than you can safely go down in water with SCUBA gear. So many ships exist so close, yet are virtually unreachable.

5 MINAUG 24
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Challenges of Exploring Shipwrecks

Flying For The Bigs: An Airline Captain's Story

A conversation with Anne Simpson, who just retired from 35 years of flying for the airlines. Anne flew 727s, A320s, 747s, and finished in A330s, routinely flying virtually all over the world. Anne talks about the routine of flying, and what's happening behind the scenes while most of us are in a crowd of 300 or 400 people in the main cabin of the airplane.

77 MIN2018 MAY 31
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Flying For The Bigs: An Airline Captain's Story

Building a Submarine to Dive the Titanic

In the first episode of Earth Is Blue Craig talks about experiences in the oceans, particularly about his experience with OceanGate, a company planning to dive their own submarine to the Titanic in July of 2018.

17 MIN2018 JAN 11
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Building a Submarine to Dive the Titanic
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Latest Episodes

Challenges of Exploring Shipwrecks

Shipwrecks happen all over the oceans, yet with much greater frequency they exist invisibly near shore. That's where they encountered hard things like rocks, other ships, and enemies. The oceans are hostile to humans. The distance you can walk in twenty seconds is greater than you can safely go down in water with SCUBA gear. So many ships exist so close, yet are virtually unreachable.

5 MINAUG 24
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Challenges of Exploring Shipwrecks

Flying For The Bigs: An Airline Captain's Story

A conversation with Anne Simpson, who just retired from 35 years of flying for the airlines. Anne flew 727s, A320s, 747s, and finished in A330s, routinely flying virtually all over the world. Anne talks about the routine of flying, and what's happening behind the scenes while most of us are in a crowd of 300 or 400 people in the main cabin of the airplane.

77 MIN2018 MAY 31
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Flying For The Bigs: An Airline Captain's Story

Building a Submarine to Dive the Titanic

In the first episode of Earth Is Blue Craig talks about experiences in the oceans, particularly about his experience with OceanGate, a company planning to dive their own submarine to the Titanic in July of 2018.

17 MIN2018 JAN 11
Comments
Building a Submarine to Dive the Titanic
the END
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