Someone tell the U.S. Navy that rough waters might become a thing of the past. Scientists think they've figured out how to fool the stormy seas.
The Sea Shadow was the Navy's first experimental stealth ship -- a sneaky vessel that could deflect radar and sonar, and stay calm in 12-foot waves. These days, the Navy can't give the thing away. The Wall Street Journal explains... Read Post
Turn sea water into fuel? Wait… What? In a stunning revelation that, if true, would overtake sliced bread as the best thing ever, the U.S. Navy has reportedly figured out how to turn sea water into fuel, reports the Washington Times... Read Post
A new approach to invisibility cloaking may one day be used at sea to shield floating objects – such as oil rigs and ships – from rough waves. Unlike most other cloaking techniques that rely on transformation optics, this one is bas... Read Post