"[W]e found the Emmys!!! Charred and tarnished, yet still standing now seemingly reaching for rescue."
Today I chatted briefly with a production company that might help spread the word about Mission 31. More information on that later. . . I just wanted to share their incredible story. The company's office and storage building recently caught fire, ruining all their equipment. I can't imagine how devastated the team must have been, but they've remained incredibly upbeat and optimistic. The photo at right shows their charred Emmys, which now have even more of a story associated with them. It reminds me of one of my favorite quotes: "When you think you may fail, you are often the closest to success."
Grace Young is an MIT ocean engineer, aquanaut, and scientist/engineer with Cousteau's Mission 31. She's currently a PhD student at University of Oxford, chief scientist for the Pisces VI deepsea submarine, and a National Geographic Emerging Explorer.