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A string of laptop code scrolled down the display, then it went clean and a repeating animation crawled throughout. It was once a sketch shark establishing and shutting its teeth-filled mouth whereas chasing a bit operating guy. under it was once a flashing textual content field with the message “Intruder Detected. ” “What’s occurring? ” Director Davis requested. “That’s what i used to be attempting to inform you. a person is attempting to hack into our procedure, sir. ” “What? Did they get in? ” “No sir, they’d must be much smarter and much speedier to get via me. yet sir, I’ve traced it. appears like it’s coming from a on line casino in Las Vegas. ” “A on line casino in Las Vegas? ” Flash tapped on a keyboard and a photograph of front of a on line casino got here up at the monitor. It used to be disgustingly ornate and elaborately adorned like a pirate’s hideaway. Over front front was once an indication that learn “THE BUCCANEER” and lower than that an enormous crimson letter in fancy script. It used to be an immense “R. ” observe FROM the writer the entire CHARACTERS PORTRAYED during this ebook are fictional. the tale is totally made up in addition. a few of the different components of this fantastical story are, even if, in response to my very own reports and genuine technological know-how. through the years, as a marine scientist i've got had many significant ocean adventures and feature spent plenty of time in, on, and below the ocean. If in simple terms I’d had a number of the targeted ocean abilities of the ocean Camp adolescents! That element of the booklet is natural myth. yet different components aren't. for instance, a marine laboratory did, at one time, exist on Lee Stocking Island within the Bahamas. i do know it and the realm good simply because for a little while i used to be the director. I lived at the island and went out usually on small boats to discover the neighborhood ocean wonders. My buddies joked that i used to be the dictator of the island in view that there has been not anything else there—but i used to be a sort dictator, I swear. We went snorkeling at Rainbow backyard Reef, climbed via impressive caves on close by islands, and swam over rolling underwater waves of ooids. Ooids, incidentally, are even cooler than defined. leaping knee-deep into sand made up of those glossy white beads of calcium carbonate is an adventure that one lengthy recollects (they aren’t relatively like quicksand). The Bahamas also are one of many few areas on this planet at the present time that host stromatolites. certain, those tall tan undersea pillars rather do exist, even though I exaggerated their top only a teensy bit. for a few years scientists idea that stromatolites grew by means of gathering alternating layers of algae and stuck-on sand. Researchers lately stumbled on even though, that algae usually are not the developers of stromatolites, yet really microbes referred to as cyanobacteria. Swimming or scuba diving between stromatolites turns out a great deal like passing throughout the undersea ruins of an old stone temple. the ocean creatures defined within the booklet also are very actual as are a few of their brilliant functions. Hagfish can produce nice amounts of slime whilst threatened or injured. As pointed out, they appear to be eels, yet are just far away relations. Parrot fish aid produce sediment within the tropics via scraping algae for meals and their prodigious pooping.