“Shell crew on the Fennica icebreaker last week found the 39-inch (1 meter) gash in the hull, likely caused by an uncharted shoal. Voyage time between Portland and southern Alaska should not delay the company’s plans to begin drilling off northern Alaska.” (http://uk.reuters.com/article/2015/07/13/us-usa-shell-arctic-idUKKCN0PN2IQ20150713)
However, the uncharted fish plan to continue protesting.
“A team used GPS technology and suction cups to track how the giant mammals respond when a vessel is barreling toward them. … Blue whales, instead of diving sharply, responded to approaching ships by descending gradually at a rate of just over a foot and a half (0.5 meter) per second, and did not try swimming to one side.” (http://uk.reuters.com/article/2015/05/11/us-usa-whales-ships-idUKKBN0NW28820150511)
Herr Heisenberg once again explains that by encrusting a whale with suction cups you also slightly destroy its gliding agility and usually placid nature.
“Fifty per cent of all [shipping] accidents are caused by foundering, where a boat sinks due to rough weather, leaks or breaking in two.” (http://www.wwf.org.uk/news_feed.cfm?6633/shipping-accidents-are-a-growing-threat-to-uk-seas)
Are these relation-ships?