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The Physics of Golden Ray Capsize - Part 2 Mechanism and Solution


published on 5 June 2021 38

Found on YouTube. Created by "Faiteve Books". Originally published on 2021-05-31.
This video provides the detailed explanation of the phenomenon showed in Part 1 of this topic and a solution for this problem at the end. This phenomenon was recently disocovered by Dr. Steve Shaojie Tang and published in his book by Faiteve inc in 2018.

The book info can be found at Faiteve inc
https://www.faiteve.com/

The testimony of the captain on duty in the public hearing of Golden Ray capsizing at
https://livestream.com/uscginvestigations/events/9252896/videos/211109207
in the time period of (01:40 – 05:16).
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