Through The Ice

Ice – yet another form of water, but the hardest one. The idea of one of our aircraft entering water without damage is hard to conceive of, but for one to penetrate ice and then water is completely incomprehensible. And yet the following stories describe just such an event, but of course, not of our aircraft.

The fact that these craft can penetrate this medium without damage brings us to focus on WHY the craft remains untouched by the force required to do this feet, and knowing of the surrounding field, to consider how this might be accomplished by it. Examples of the heat of this field (or shield) are numerous, so it is conceivable that heat alone is the solution, but there are also examples where blocks of the ice were hurled through the air indicating instant force rather than a slow melting process.