R.M.S Titanic

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R.M.S Titanic The greatest ship ever to be built, the Titanic ship sank in the Atlantic Ocean in 1912 hours after setting off. It was the most fatal accident to be recorded with all the 1500 passengers on board perishing. This left no witness to narrate the fateful tale of what transpired. The curiosity of what were the causes of the fatal accident has left archaeologists unsettled and to date they still seek answers. The vessel was discovered in 1985 Robber Ballard an archaeologist. The remains were about 3.2 kilometers beneath the sea and covered with aquatic life. The pieces of this wrecked ship spread over a 405 ha area on the sea floor. Access to such deep water is a challenge due to the very high pressure exerted by the water above. To enable the archaeologists to picture the situation of the vessel hours before the tragedy, very sophisticated programming and sonar imagery have been put in place but a great detail has not been achieved yet. Probabilities of what happened have however been made with the only challenge being that they are based on some assumptions and therefore the truth is still to come. It is believed that the ship might have survived a head-on collision with an iceberg at first after which the sides hit multiple icebergs breaching the ship. After which it then sank slowly over a time span of two hours forty minutes. The reason behind the choice of this article is the thrill to really know what happened to the ship. With many lives lost that fateful day, surely this article will forever remain relevant in the study of life. The article tries to narrate the horrifying tale and what has been achieved in the revelation of the ship even though still no

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