IJSRP, Volume 2, Issue 9, September 2012 Edition [ISSN 2250-3153]
For thousands of years navigation was bread and butter for any trader. From the time of Middle Ages caravels brought gold from the New World to the Europe. Thousands of men were involved in that business for centuries. Even today many ships and airplanes with sophisticated on-board navigation systems carry their cargo to each corner of the World. Captains and crews are proud for their business.
Everything goes perfect until men began to notice something that cannot be explained logically. Sometime those events stay in contradictory to navigational data and even worse – to human logic. Nobody from the captains or their fellow crew members were able to explain some strange phenomena which their vessels demonstrate from time to time.
Watercrafts moving faster than airplanes and airplanes flying through “nothing”, vessels went to “oblivion” and vanished in calm seas and perfect weather condition; all those phenomena and many others caused many legends of the oceans and air. Those myths disturb people for many centuries because nobody was able to see and explain powerful underlying phenomena that cause all of them.
This essay is dedicated to detailed analysis of such events and their interrelation with Z-Theory published recently.