Fresco by Giuseppe Bertini depicting Galileo showing
the Doge of Venice how to use his telescope
Submarine Cargo System
The "submarine cargo transportation system" is designed to deliver all types of cargo beneath the Arctic Ocean's ice cap and elsewhere. It only has to be submerged deep enough to avoid striking the ice above. Since the sea ice cap is not that thick the cargo sub's hull only has to be strong enough to withstand relatively low depth pressure. The picture below shows a submarine tanker cargo ship using the latest cutting edge technology that can operate submerged for extended periods of time.
The submarine cargo system below shows the cargo submarine being pushed by a nuclear powered submarine. It is using the propulsion and electrical power generated by the submarine's nuclear energy. When the ocean is suitably ice free the cargo submarine can surface and travel under its own diesel/electric power.
Donald L. Hamilton, Owner
Novan Research & Development Company
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Buffalo, NY 14220