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This Might Get the World to Finally Pay Attention to Climate Change

Six British warships stationed in the Persian Gulf are breaking down because the water is too hot. This week, members of the Royal Navy testified to the UK Defence Committee that their Type 45 destroyers keep losing power because of high ocean temperatures. When the ships’ turbines get overheated, they can’t generate as much energy, resulting in electrical failures. Read More >>

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The US Navy Built its Own Indoor Ocean to Test Ships

The world's seven seas may be wildly unpredictable, but if you ever find yourself itching to play Poseidon, you might want to consider enlisting. Because at the Naval Surface Warfare Center just outside Washington, DC, the Navy gets to control every inch of its very own indoor ocean. Read More >>

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18 High-Tech Warships From the Future That Rule the Seas Today

War. War never changes. Mankind has fought naval battles for thousands of years. And in the 21st century, the navy is still the most important branch of any maritime nation's combat forces. But technology does change, and if you don't live near a navy harbour, there's a chance you've missed all the newest ships being built and launched in the past few years. Read More >>