New Evidence Claims Iceberg Did Not Sink The Titanic
By African_deekee (self media writer) | 2 years ago
New evidence that has surfaced shows that Titanic did not sink after it was struck by the iceberg, contrary to the mainstream claims made about the disaster. In Titanic: The New Evidence, a new theory has been put forth. Researchers claim that a fire in the ship’s hull had led to its downfall long before it had even departed Belfast for Southampton. A nine metre black mark was uncovered in front of the ship’s hull. This finding is based on the photo taken of the Titanic.
According to a journalist, the fire had not been noticed by anyone for a duration of three weeks as it debilitated the metal of the ship. The weakening of the metal allowed the iceberg to tear a hole in the ship.
When the researchers examined the exact spot where the iceberg had struck the ship, they found that the metal of the ship had already been compromised, even before it had left Belfast. This complicated what was once considered a simple event of “colliding and sinking”.
What is interesting about this unconventional evidence is that this narrative has never before been explored. Metallurgy experts tell that high temperatures essentially make the steel brittle, diminishing its sturdiness by 75%.
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