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Submarine Locating

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Summary

From reading an Economist article that suggested that it is still a difficult problem to find submarines I offer a theoretical solution that could be effective, combining the skills of remote viewing with mathematics, big data and oceanography. Assuming that the inherent limitations with remote viewing can be overcome success could enable better the finding of specific submarines as well as a range of civilian applications, including assisting the effective location of missing aircraft in the oceans. Clearly finding submarines is not something that civilians should attempt, unless there is a good civilian commercial reason for doing so. This paper is simply illustrating a possible theoretical solution to a practical problem identified in the Economist newspaper.

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