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Braunbeck, who turned 70 a few months ago, has developed an impressive business founded on a simple idea: "Recycling costs dollars, but still makes sense."
The CONSHELF experiments did not lead to Cousteau's hinted "exploitation of the sea," but they do continue to stir the imagination for anyone who has wondered what it must be like to live under the waves.
Rich in terms of reference and process, Roden eschews precision in favor of spontaneity. The blend of concentrated analytical seriousness is palpable.