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Old 29-01-2019, 08:54 AM   #19
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Why not just read the article I mentioned (on, and click on "updates") and judge for yourself rather than shooting the messenger and thinking it's aload of tosh.

If Titanic sank in iceberg "alley" where the icefield is located; apparently in the mid Atlantic warm waters, or so it would appear looking at the site map, then why when there is an underwater expedition to look at the wreck there is no real concern for nearby icebergs?. As the article suggests, if there were (and still are) icebergs present in April, then they would be there all year round wouldn't they?, or do they just come and go?.

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