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Titanic sank due to enormous uncontrollable fire, not iceberg, experts claim

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 DarkKnightNomeD    1,650

Elites crimes seem to be coming back to haunt them ~



Titanic sank due to enormous uncontrollable fire, not iceberg, experts claim

Rarely seen images of the Titanic before it left Southampton have furthered researchers’ theory that a fire may have been the root cause of the 1912 disaster



The sinking of the RMS Titanic may have been caused by an enormous fire on board, not by hitting an iceberg in the North Atlantic, experts have claimed, as new evidence has been published to support the theory.

More than 1,500 passengers lost their lives when the Titanic sank on route to New York from Southampton in April 1912.

While the cause of the disaster has long been attributed to the iceberg, fresh evidence has surfaced of a fire in the ship’s hull, which researchers say burned unnoticed for almost three weeks leading up to the collision.

While experts have previously acknowledged the theory of a fire on board, new analysis of rarely seen photographs has prompted researchers to blame the fire as the primary cause of the ship’s demise.

Journalist Senan Molony, who has spent more than 30 years researching the sinking of the Titanic, studied photographs taken by the ship’s chief electrical engineers before it left Belfast shipyard.

Mr Maloney said he was able to identify 30-foot-long black marks along the front right-hand side of the hull, just behind where the ship’s lining was pierced by the iceberg.

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 COBO Member    2,018

Of course there's the whole other theory that it was actually the Olympic that sank. 

Short story: It had collided with a British destroyer and due to her construction, the damage was unrepairable and resulted in a permanent list. Many of the investors in Lloyds of London had lost a lot by backing Tesla. Simple swap of any ID'g plates and accoutrements and presto...now she was the Titanic.

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