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November 16, 2008


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Dear friends! According to the information what I am having is that, a “Submarine” has a special sensor to detect icebergs jutting downward with threatening spikes. From bow to stern, it should have a total of seven acoustic sensors pointing upward to help the crew judge the thickness of ice overhead.
So, using these sensors our “Captain Alfred McLaren's” should have found out the ice berg in time and should follow the rules, but why was that not happened?
Finally the story behind the “U.S nuclear submarine Queen fish” remained a mystery...

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