Briefly: Here's a really cool photo of guided-missile destroyer USS Ross ripping through the Mediterranean while under high wind conditions. To me, it looks like the warship has activated a force field around it and is impenetrable to everything. In reality, however, the destroyer is drenched.
USS Ross Guided-Missile Destroyer Looks Like It Has Its Own Force Field
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