|1984 Gulf 32 Pilot House Sailboat|
- deep-sea trading platforms
- sea-floor habitation modules
- a submersible sailboat w/hook-up capacity
Communications between Wicket and Fluxom intensify. Prototypes are being built. All the while the company methodically plots to steal his patents and co-opt them. (The company is in-deep with intelligence agents working for certain globalist interests.)
One nuclear-powered Russian military sub, K-278 Komsomolets, made of titanium, is designed to be able to reach a depth of 4,265 feet (.8 miles).
However, one must, at the same time, stay open to the possibility of a science and technology that is “beyond the textbooks”—that draws on future technology, e.g., technology and techniques as are used in the secret space program. This is not to say that Suss is particularly privy to such information, but he does lay claim to a certain degree of know-how on new technology, which in turn is based upon a new, more advanced physics. (As with Rev. Gumpus’s mastery of novel medical arts, Jack Suss, too, is ahead of the power curve in esoteric techno-realms that align with his interests.)