Monday, February 16, 2009

The Sea Too



First it was satellites bumping into each other. Now it’s submarines.

Nuclear submarines collide in Atlantic

”A Royal Navy nuclear submarine and a French vessel have been damaged in a collision deep below the surface of the Atlantic Ocean.

HMS Vanguard and Le Triomphant, which were carrying nuclear missiles on routine patrols, are reported to have collided while submerged on 3 or 4 February. Between them they had about 250 sailors on board. “


If satellites and submarines can bump into each other purely by chance, it ought to make you glad we have an air traffic control system to keep the airplanes separated. Of course, nobody said either accident was purely chance did they ? The conspiracy crowd must be having a field day.

Don Brown
February 16, 2009

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