NATO is sending part of its naval rapid reaction force to the Baltic Sea as part of a drive to step up the defence of eastern European allies in response to the crisis in Ukraine,
The latest development out of NATO, which was already largely expected, must be part of the just announced elaborate de-escalation scheme. From VOA: NATO members are sending navy ships to the Baltic Sea to increase the security of the alliance's eastern European allies in response to the Ukraine crisis. Show More Summary
You think you're beat after a long day of lugging flashers and gas augers around only to catch three perch? Try hacking it with these guys on the Baltic Sea circa 1933. I know I couldn't. Pretty cool old footage, though.
One of the world's oldest animal species, the comb jellies -- which have inhabited the seas for millions of years -- have kept their secrets up to the present day. Researchers have now studied the life of the Arctic comb jelly, which is found in the Baltic Sea and the Arctic.
The Baltic Exchange's main sea freight index, which tracks rates for ships carrying dry bulk commodities, dropped for a 14th straight session on Friday, driven mainly by falling capesize rates.
This salty sea tale begins over one hundred years ago… It was 1913. Europe was on the precipice of a great war, Henry Ford had just developed the first moving assembly line, and American women were still seven years away from the right to vote. That year a German named Richard Platz scribbled a message, tucked into [...]
The Baltic Exchange's main sea freight index, which tracks rates for ships carrying dry bulk commodities, fell on Thursday for a 13th straight session as vessel rates continued to soften.
Richard Platz sent his SOS to the world in the form of a postcard nestled in a bottle, before he threw it out to sea along Germany’s Baltic Coast Little did Platz know that it would be more than 100 years before his message in a bottle...Show More Summary
Recently a 101-year-old message in a bottle was found off the coast of Germany. The bottle was tossed into the Baltic Sea back in 1913 and was discovered this year by fishermen (pictured above) who then donated it to a local museum. Just about every news outlet is saying that it's the oldest message in a bottle ever found. Except that it's probably not. Read more...
On a nature hike along Germany’s Baltic Coast in 1913, 20-year-old Richard Platz scrawled a note on a postcard, shoved it into a brown beer bottle, corked it and tossed it into the sea. Where it traveled, no one knows … The post Wow of the Day: 100 Year Old Message in a Bottle Found in the Baltic Sea appeared first on YOGANONYMOUS.
A 101-year-old message in a bottle was found in the Baltic Sea. The brown beer bottle was discovered by a fisherman in March. When the fisherman uncorked the bottle, he was stunned to find a postcard dated 1913. The postcard and bottle were eventually donated to the International Maritime Museum in Hamburg, Germany. Using the
The Baltic Exchange main sea freight index, which tracks rates for ships carrying dry bulk commodities, fell on Wednesday for a 12th straight session on weak rates for capesize vessels.
The postcard was sealed inside of a bottle and thrown into the Baltic sea by then 20-year-old Richard Platz, ironically while on a nature appreciation hike, in 1913.
The beer bottle was tossed into the sea in 1913 and recovered by a fisherman last month. It is thought to be the oldest ever "message in a bottle."
The Baltic Exchange's main sea freight index, which tracks rates for ships carrying dry bulk commodities, fell for an 11th straight session on Tuesday, mainly driven
At age 20, Richard Platz tossed a brown bottle into the Baltic Sea. Some 101 years later, it has found its way home, or as close to home as it can get. A German fisherman whose previous wild finds include bombs, torpedoes, and a corpse hauled the bottle out of...
The Baltic Exchange's main sea freight index, which tracks rates for ships carrying dry bulk commodities, fell for a tenth straight session on Monday as vessel rates continued to fall.
The Baltic Exchange's main sea freight index, which tracks rates for ships carrying dry bulk commodities, fell for a ninth straight session on Friday on lower vessel activity.
The Baltic Exchange's main sea freight index, which tracks rates for ships carrying dry bulk commodities, fell for an eighth consecutive session on Thursday as