Monday, March 21, 2016

No One Knows More about the Natural World than Traditional Peoples

The Secrets of the Wave Pilots
For thousands of years, sailors in the Marshall Islands have navigated vast distances of open ocean without instruments. Can science explain their method before it’s lost forever?
Talk to a Hawaiian Islander about waves and tides and you will discover how to choose the right wave to surf without checking weather reports, telemetry from oceanic buoys, or radar-enabled computer modeling.

[Yes, "peoples" is correct when one is describing a collection of cultures.]