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Sylvia Earle has been named the first women Chief Scientist of the US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.  As a young girl, she knew she wanted to be a scientist and in days when very few women followed that path she broken new ground in underwater research.  She and several other women lived underwater for two weeks to research the life under the seas.  She has dedicated her life to the oceans and the creatures of the sea. This video from Time Magazine has some amazing historical footage and insights into what women would have to endure to do what Sylvia did.  A great reminder.

Comments by Mary Sue Rogers

Posted On : 19-11-17

Commented by:  msrogers

Yes an amazing video - not only great historic diving footage but a great story. Thanks for the comment

Posted On : 04-12-17

Commented by:  Gene

Great video!!!!!!

Posted On : 03-12-17

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