A spokesman for the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa said in a press release the discovery of the Imperial Japanese Navy’s mega-submarine the I-400 solves the decades-old mystery of where the submarine lay on the ocean floor.
USO’s: Unidentified Submerged Objects or Underwater-UFOs or UFOs leaving water or entering water are an underreported phenomenon. The Russian navy has declassified its records of encounters with unidentified objects technologically surpassing...
This week's Monday Map comes to you courtesy of Amazing Maps on Twitter and it purports to show the location of all World War II shipwrecks. I have no idea of its original source or accuracy... although it's probably no more ...
Loves Park aldermen approve scuba business's liquor license WREX-TV Loves Park City Council members take action on an item we told you about last week. They approved the liquor license for Loves Park Scuba and Snorkel.
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Fox11online.com Removal of Five Shipwrecks in Fox River Begins WBAY Cleanup of the toxic chemicals, known as PCBs, from the river will start its sixth season early next spring, but first, crews must uncover the shipwrecks that are in the way of the...
For the first time in history, National Geographic Channel and a group of scientists search the ocean floor for a series of shipwrecks many Americans never heard about. Everyone knows that on December 7, 1941, the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor.
BISMARCK, N.D. (TheBlaze/AP) — When George Loegering saw a large spinning circle of ice in the Sheyenne River while out hunting with relatives, the retired engineer couldn't believe his eyes. "At first I thought, no way!
Rich Synowiec's insight:
Hope to see something like this ice diving sometime soon!
Men's Journal Ocean Technologies for the Next Era of Exploration Men's Journal From state-of-the-art diving gear to vessels that appear to have been lifted from the pages of science fiction, new technologies are allowing for underwater explorers to...
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