All posts by: Kydroon

…OK, short notice, we are relocating to München…...
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The Shark Pass is in the Bikini Atoll which is part of the Marshall Islands in the middle of the Pacific Ocean. It is basically as far away as you can get from any other place along the equator. There...
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If you are not a tec-diver I kindly suggest to stop here and move to more interesting stuff. You will only see dead boring 20 minutes of: endless, dark, narrow, radioactive, rusty gangways full of slit. If you are a...
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…after 5 years of service I am a little sad to decommission this device, as it definitely helped me to survive some intense deep dives. I bought it back in 2010 mainly because of the super bright display. Then I...
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Episode 2 from a Bikini Atoll Wreck Diving Trip. Browsing the wracks before the penetration and browsing the inglorious history of the bikini atoll and operation crossroads. The Bikini Atoll became the final resting place for some of the most...
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Ich hoffe die Leser dieser Ode sehen die falschen Versmaße nach und sind auch der Überzeugung, dass unsere nüchterne Raumzeit mannigfaltig Anomalien und Risse aufweist! 😉 Manche dieses Risse tarnen sich als Höhlen und führen in Alices Wunderland, andere kommen...
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This is my first documentary based on my Bikini Atoll trip from last year on the MV Windward. The last boat on this planet with a license for dive trips to a lost paradise and a shameful pinnacle of human...
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First of all: thank you Ronald for introducing me to this idiom. Jumping the shark is really the very essence of what I see @ Apple. Do not get me wrong, I am still happy with my MacBook Pro Retina, iMac,...
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To reach Ebeye where the MS Windward was waiting for us, we had to get to Kwajalein the only international airport on the Marshall Islands. I never heard this name before but United did, as they got very nervous when our...
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Ice diving is cool! Well it is really cool at the end! After carrying all your stuff to the lake, trying hard not to slide to death on your way down (do not forget to have some spikes on your dry-suit shoes!), enjoying...
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