Monthly Archives: December 2014

The US Airforce Has A Spy Ship?

The U.S. Air Force quietly keeps a small, inconspicuous spy ship in the Persian Gulf, presumably in order to keep an eye on Iran’s missile launches. Technically speaking, USNS Invincible—a 224-foot vessel displacing a mere 2,800 tons—belongs to Military Sealift … Continue reading

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Shipwreck Discovered In The Great Lakes The Griffin?

A shipwreck discovered in Lake Michigan could possibly be the The Griffin or Le Griffon may have been discovered in Lake Michigan. Divers may have discovered what is left of the Griffin after 300 years under water. MUSKEGON, Mich. Le … Continue reading

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Winter Solstice Shortest Day Of The Year

Ancient civilizations followed the Solstice religiously. I still think it is one of the coolest things in our past and present. The arc the sun reaches has a lot to do with temperature and the length of the day. NASA’s … Continue reading

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New LCS Warships Replacing The Old Navy Frigates

I agree that we need to modernize our fleets to remain supreme on the high Seas. Our secure world relies on the fact that we protect our continent and sometimes other countries. By land and by sea as the old … Continue reading

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Dispariging future for the Queen Elizabeth II

I find it extremely sad that the Queen Elizabeth 2 sits at a dock in Dubai basically rotting instead of becoming a mega floating historic hotel as had been promised by it’s new owners. The scuttle around now is that … Continue reading

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