December 29, 2017

Defense agency launches spy program for world's oceans

There’s a noted scene in the old movie “Battleship” in which the U.S. military uses data from sea monitors to target an alien enemy and blast it to smithereens. Their monitors capture standard information such as sea surge, wave activity and the like, enabling them to detect a huge vessel. The sea waters are displaced, the monitor rises, the military observers see it and they launch their rockets.

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