Deep: Freediving Renegade Science and What the Ocean

☂ [PDF / Epub] ☁ Deep: Freediving, Renegade Science, and What the Ocean Tells Us About Ourselves By James Nestor ✐ – Kdglass.co.uk Starred Review The ocean journalist Nestor reminds us is the final unseen untouched and undiscovered wilderness It is also a frontier extremely difficult to explore The pressure is so intense at feet[PDF / Epub] Deep: Freediving, Renegade Science, and What the Ocean Tells Us About Ourselves By James Nestor Kdglass.co.uk Starred Review The ocean journalist Nestor reminds us is the final unseen untouched and undiscovered wilderness It is also a frontier extremely difficult to explore The pressure is so intense at feet Starred Review The ocean journalist Nestor Renegade Science, PDF reminds us is the final unseen untouched Deep: Freediving, PDF \ and undiscovered wilderness It is also a frontier extremely difficult to explore The pressure Freediving, Renegade Science, PDF is so intense at feet down our lungs collapse to half their normal size Freediving, Renegade Science, and What eBook Yet Nestor watches divers descend to feet without scuba gear at a freediving competition Alarmed the conseuences can be dire and intrigued Nestor sets out to learn about the allure and best purpose of freediving as a tool to help crack the oceans mysteries thus launching an exceptionally dramatic and revelatory inuiry As he begins training as a freediver in spite of his fears Nestor learns about our bodys remarkable amphibious reflexes instantaneous physical transformations used for centuries by pearl divers Now innovative and daring marine explorers use freediving to swim among sharks dolphins and whales Their mind blowing discoveries about how these denizens of the deep navigate and communicate i.

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Deep: Freediving Renegade Science and What the Ocean James Nestor is an author and Renegade Science, PDF É journalist who has written for Outside Magazine Deep: Freediving, PDF \ Men s Journal National Public Radio The New York Times Scientific American Dwell Magazine Freediving, Renegade Science, PDF Î The San Francisco Chronicle andHis book DEEP Freediving Renegade Science and What The Ocean Freediving, Renegade Science, and What eBook î Tells Us about Ourselves Houghton Mifflin Harcourt was released in the United States and UK in June DEEP was a BBC Book of the Week a Finalist for the PEN American Center Best Sports Book of the Year anBest Science Book of BuzzFeed Best Nonfiction Books of ArtForum Top Book of New York Times Book Review Editors Choice Scientific American Recommended Read Christian Science Monitor Editors Pick andThe book follows clans of extreme athletes adventurers and scientists as they plumb the limits of the ocean s depths and uncover weird and wondrous new discoveries that in many cases redefine our understanding of the ocean and ourselves DEEP has been translated into German Chinese Italian Polish Portuguese andThe audiobook read by Nestor was released by Audible in June He has appeared onthan national radio and television shows including ABCs Nightline CBS Morning News and dozens of NPR programsNestor is currently under contract with Penguin Riverhead on a new nonfiction book which Publishers Weekly long windingly described as a journalistic exploration of the emerging and often wildly curious field Freediving, Renegade Science, and What eBook î of breath research following the path of a single inhale from its origins in the Big Bang billion years ago into our lungs as Nestor embeds with pulmonology scientists on the edge of startling new discoveries and breath hackers who are tapping the human body s hidden potential in endurance weight control immune response and longevity all by harnessing breath our most basic and misunderstood biological function The yet to be titled book will be published worldwide in late On April The New York Times and Sundance Institute debuted The Click Effect a Virtual Reality short documentary by Nestor and Sandy Smolan The film produced by Annapurna Pictures with support from The John D and Catherine T MacArthur Foundation was based on a chapter in DEEP The Click Effect has since become one of the most viewed VR films to date with over one million views In September The Click Effect was nominated for an Emmy Award for Best VR Experience An inveterate adventurer Nestor joined a doomed surfing expedition to Norway and Russia for Outside Magazine in in which he and his team became the first to ride the breaks of the Arctic Circle He has lived for a short time with Vanuatuan yam farmers who worshipped the US Army At home in San Francisco Nestor lives in a house he rebuilt himself runs his Mercedes Benz D on used cooking oil and occasionally risks his life picking up laundry in his Sebring Vanguard CitiCar the first ever American made production electric vehicle which is for sale.

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