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Worldwide Voyage | Voices of the Pacific

Polynesian Voyage Society, 09.09.2016
While Hōkūleʻa circumnavigates the world to share and learn about mālama honua, conservationist from near and far gathered in Hawaiʻi to discuss this very concept of caring for our island earth at the World Conservation Congress hosted by the International Union for the Conservation of Nature. 1 Leer más

How the Voyage of the Kon-Tiki Misled the World About Navigating the Pacific

Smithsonian, 04.09.2014
Doug Herman, geógrafo norteamericano (Dartmouth College-University of Hawaii)
  • Smithsonian geographer Doug Herman explains the traditional science of traversing the ocean seas
[caption id="attachment_37320" align="alignnone" width="600"]1 Master navigator Mau Piailug teaches navigation to his son and grandson with the help of a star compass. (Anders Ryman, Satawal, Federated States...
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