Links for 11/17/22

The inconvenient truth of global warming in the 21st century

A journey through Morocco’s vanishing oases

How to move a country: Fiji’s radical plan to escape rising sea levels

Take a trip through the Los Angeles music scene of the 1960s

Why Capitalism Can’t Handle Climate Change

Ignoring climate change will yield ‘untold suffering,’ panel of 14,000 scientists warns

The Case for Hawaii Having Its Own Olympic Surf Team

Archaeologists Have a Lot of Dates Wrong for North American Indigenous History

Link for 8/14/22

Reasons not to Buy a Bamboo Toothbrush

The U.S. Tested 67 Nuclear Bombs in Their Country. Now They’re Dying in Oklahoma.
https://getpocket.com/explore/item/the-u-s-tested-67-nuclear-bombs-in-their-country-now-they-re-dying-in-oklahoma

Historical big wave surf film & TV archive acquired

The Theft of the Commons

Vintage Dick Dale Playing Drums & Saxophone

Bunger Surfboards

Snapshots From A Spring Party in 1965 Fresno

Cities For People: How Paris & Barcelona Learned Urban Planning From Groningen

Simpler Way to Learn Surf Etiquette

The Wrought Iron Bug

Links for 3/8/22

Indigenous Water Governance in the Anthropocene: Non-Conventional Hydrosocial Relations Among the Wayuu of the Guajira Peninsula in Northern Colombia

The internet is tricking our brains

The Voices Of Black Women Were Essential To Phil Spector’s Wall Of Sound

A Celebration of Opening Title Sequences (And Why They Need To Come Back)

Fiji Flashback: Unearthed footage shows Suva in the 1960s | RetroFocus

Teen Dance at Lloyd Goodfellowship Hall [Menominee, MI April 1965]

The Search for the Ultimate Mai Tai: LA Exotica: The Trader Vic’s Experience

What is the value of a wave?

A fascinating look at how climate change affects the lobster industry

Dale Davies Surf Movie surfing 50’s & 60’s VOL 1

Journeys Into The Outside with Jarvis Cocker (ep#1)

Big Tech’s Censors Come for Science

The Popular Sport of Surfboarding (1925)

This City Bench Absorbs More Air Pollution Than A Grove Of Trees

Links for 1/6/22

Bungacast / CaliBunga: Tech, Drugs & Capitalist Soul, Pt. 1

A wave traveling between two parabolic antennas

fringesurfer.tv

How to kill a god: the myth of Captain Cook shows how the heroes of empire will fall

“As I got into building guitars it bothered me seeing how many tropical and rainforest woods were still being used”: Lord Guitars’ Nate Lord on sustainability in the guitar industry

“Gremlins and Sandies in New Craze – Roller Boarding” – 1964

The NFT Report – Brad Troemel

Stone artifacts hint that humans reached the Americas surprisingly early

Gonzalo Guerrero

The Murph 12-String

waterbear

The Gospel of Consumption

Links for 8/7/21

not just bikes strong towns


 

Bruce Walker, 1951-2011 et plus


 

Mat Surfing with Paul Gross


 

The history of the 1966 BatMobile


 

A Peek Inside the World’s Greatest Record Store


 

These Are the People Who Built LA’s New Chinatown


 

Sisters with Transistors: inside the fascinating film about electronic music’s forgotten pioneers


 

Scientists find 25,000 barrels of possible DDT at ‘staggering’ dump site near California coast


 

Climate fight ‘is undermined by social media’s toxic reports’


 

If We Want to Clean Up the Oceans, We Have to Confront the Fossil Fuel Giants