How do they see where they are going?
I was watching the movie “Hunt for Red October” this morning, and I was wondering how they steer that submarine around under the water and not hit anything. How do they see where they are going? Do they have a peep hole somewhere? I know that the “SSRN Seaview” has a great big picture window on the front that Admiral Nelson and Captain Lee Crane could see thru. I wonder how Captain Nemo was able to navigate his ship under water? Every time I watch a movie with submarines, I wonder how they do it. One movie I watched, the sub was able to navigate thru a net and straight into the harbor without hitting the net and being detected. I know that there are mountains under water and somehow those subs manage to navigate around them without hitting one and sinking. How does this work? Any answers out there?
Ok, now that I have that off my mind, take this quiz about Ben Franklin and see just how much you know about him. I found out that I don’t know as much as I thought I did.
Here's a fun game to play. The object of the game is to move the red block around without getting hit by the blue blocks or touching the black walls. If you can go longer than 22 seconds you are phenomenal. I was told that the US Air Force uses this for fighter pilots. They are expected to go for at least 2 minutes. Give it a try!! http://tinyurl.com/56t9u
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