Warp Speed On The High SeasJoseph Weber
The world's shipping lines are racing to put ever-larger superfreighters to sea. But naval architect David L. Giles thinks this preoccupation with size is a fight among dinosaurs. No matter how big cargo ships get, they will always lumber along at roughly 20 knots. For landlubbers, that's 23 mph.
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