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Old 12-12-2012, 10:49 PM   #41
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Although two of the three vessels did not have successful careers, they are among the most famous ocean liners ever built.. Decorative elements of Olympic were purchased to adorn many places (and even a cruise ship, Celebrity Millennium). Titanic's story has been adapted into many films and books, and Britannic has also inspired a movie of the same name...

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Old 12-12-2012, 11:19 PM   #42
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G Deck, the Lower Deck, was the lowest complete deck that carried passengers, and had the lowest portholes, just above the waterline.. The squash court was located here along with the travelling post office where mail clerks sorted letters and parcels so that they would be ready for delivery when the ship docked... Food was also stored here. The deck was interrupted at several points by orlop (partial) decks over the boiler, engine and turbine rooms..

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The green area on the Olympic is a regular arrangement of windows on the B-deck 1st class promenade but on the Titanic, this was converted to cabins, and the arrangement of windows altered... Needless to say, any "switch" theory would have to incorporate all the extra cabins on this deck being switched to the Titanic/Olympic..the third was the HMHS Britannic (originally named Gigantic)...
The blue area is the 2nd class promenade area. On the Olympic, this ran for the last quarter of "B deck", but on the Titanic it was massively truncated to extend the 1st class restaurant out to the port side, and on the starboard side, the cafe parisien was included...one of the more famous items was a jewelled copy of the Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam...
On her maiden voyage, she carried 2,224 passengers and crew..she was built by the Harland and Wolff shipyard in Belfast...Under the command of Edward Smith, her passengers included some of the Wealthiest people in the world, as well as hundreds of emigrants from Great Britain and Ireland, Scandinavia and elsewhere throughout Europe seeking a new life in North America..

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The Rubáiyát of Omar Khayyám (Persian: رباعیات عمر خیام‎) is the title that Edward FitzGerald gave to his translation of a selection of poems, originally written in Persian and of which there are about a thousand, attributed to Omar Khayyám (1048–1131), a Persian poet, mathematician and astronomer.. A ruba'i is a two-line stanza with two parts (or hemistichs) per line, hence the word rubáiyát (derived from the Arabic language root for "four"), meaning "quatrains"...The Cunard passenger liner RMS Lusitania was sunk by a German U-Boat off the Old Head of Kinsale while en route to Liverpool in on May 7, 1915.. 1198 passengers died, while 700 were rescued. The survivors and victims were brought to the town of Cobh, and over one hundred lie buried in the Old Church Cemetery just north of the town... The Lusitania Peace memorial is located in Casement Square opposite the arched building housing the Cobh Library and Courthouse,123 passengers boarded in all,They are also equipped with small arms, including GPMG's,and a helipad...only 44 survived..
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Old 13-12-2012, 02:07 AM   #44
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The passenger facilities aboard Titanic aimed to meet the highest standards of luxury. According to the Titanic's general arrangement plans, the ship could accommodate 833 First Class Passengers, 614 in Second Class and 1,006 in Third Class, totaling to a combined passenger capacity of 2,453. In addition, her capacity for crew members exceeded 900, as most documents of her original configuration have stated that her full carrying capacity for both passengers and crew was approximately 3,547. Her interior design was a departure from that of other passenger liners, which had typically been decorated in the rather heavy style of a manor house or an English country house. Titanic was laid out in a much lighter style similar to that of contemporary high-class hotels—the Ritz Hotel was a reference point—with First Class cabins finished in the Empire style.. A variety of other decorative styles, ranging from the Renaissance to Victorian style, were used to decorate cabins and public rooms in First and Second Class areas of the ship. The aim was to convey an impression that the passengers were in a floating hotel rather than a ship; as one passenger recalled, on entering the ship's interior a passenger would "at once lose the feeling that we are on board ship, and seem instead to be entering the hall of some great house on shore...
Third Class passengers were not treated as luxuriously as those in First Class, but even so they were better off than their counterparts on many other ships of the time.. Third Class accommodations aboard Titanic were greatly representative of the shift in standards to which the White Star Line had taken in terms of catering to Trans-Atlantic immigrant and lower-class travel... On most other passenger ships seen on the North Atlantic at the time, Third Class accommodations, also commonly referred to as Steerage, consisted of little more than vast, open dormitories in which hundreds of people were housed within, often without adequate food or facilities, confined within Noisy compartments within the forward end of the vessels..


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Old 14-12-2012, 03:39 AM   #45
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I was not quite up to speed as now but this was 2005
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Old 14-12-2012, 03:46 AM   #46
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[QUOTE=lightgiver;1061185427]I reckon a Torpedo or Two sank that sucker


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Not sure if it was a Torpedo Had they even been invented back then?

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Your right! it could have been, they were invented many years before. But even so, would the tech be advanced enough to be used with pinpoint accuracy so that they didn't need to think of a plan b?

Could they have used a device from within the ship exploding outwards? steering her near the iceberg for dramatic effect.
Found it odd aswell that the Captain went to rest for the night and then it happens. Him being who he was, would he not have wanted to stay at the wheel to make sure of its safe passage in such waters and the speed was full ahead. His last ever sailing as a Captain and only on that night he made more mistakes than he did in his entire career

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Old 16-12-2012, 08:27 PM   #47
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Ever heard of a Parcel Bomb,TPTB have technologys well ahead of what they put out to the Public...
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Despite security advice and warnings from the Garda Síochána, on 27 August 1979, Mountbatten went lobster-potting and tuna fishing in a thirty-foot (10 m) wooden boat, the Shadow V, which had been moored in the harbour at Mullaghmore. IRA member Thomas McMahon had slipped onto the unguarded boat that night and attached a radio-controlled fifty-pound (23 kg) bomb. When Mountbatten was aboard en route to Donegal Bay, just a few hundred yards from the shore, the bomb was detonated. Who activated the radio-controlled bomb is not known: McMahon had been arrested earlier at a Garda checkpoint between Longford and Granard...

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On hearing of Mountbatten's death, the then Master of the Queen's Music, Malcolm Williamson, was moved to write the Lament in Memory of Lord Mountbatten of Burma for violin and string orchestra. The 11-minute work was given its first performance on 5 May 1980 by the Scottish Baroque Ensemble, conducted by Leonard Friedman...


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Commander Harold Godfrey Lowe RD RNR (21 November 1882 – 12 May 1944) was the Fifth Officer of the RMS Titanic..Harold Lowe was born in Eglwys Rhos, Caernarfonshire, North Wales on 21 November 1882, the third of eight children, born to George and Harriet Lowe. His father had ambitions for him to be apprentice to a successful Liverpool businessman, but Harold Lowe was determined to go to sea. At 14, he ran away from his home in Barmouth where he had attended school and joined the merchant navy, serving along the West African Coast.By the time he started with the White Star Line, in 1911, he had gained his Master's certificate and, in his own words, "experience with pretty well every ship afloat – the different classes of ships afloat – from the schooner to the square-rigged sailing vessel, and from that to steamships, and of all sizes." He served as third officer on White Star's the Belgic and the Tropic before being transferred to the Titanic as Fifth Officer in 1912. Despite his numerous years at sea, however, the maiden voyage of the Titanic was to be his first transatlantic crossing..


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In September 1913, Harold married Ellen Marion Whitehouse, and they had two children, Florence Josephine and Harold William. He served in the Royal Naval Reserve during the First World War, attaining the rank of Commander before retiring to Deganwy with his family. He died of hypertension on 12 May 1944 at the age of 61 and was buried at the Llandrillo-yn-Rhos church in Rhos-on-Sea, North Wales...
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The Titanic survivors arrived at Pier 54 in New York on 18 April. Lowe was soon called upon to testify in the American inquiry into the sinking. He boarded the Adriatic on 2 May to return to England, where he participated in the British inquiry. Lowe's testimony in the American Senate Hearing was direct, often to the point of being flippant; when asked what an iceberg was composed of, Lowe responded, "Ice, I suppose, sir." Lowe also came under some fire for racist remarks. He had to apologise twice for using the word "Italian" as a sort of synonym for "coward."


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Before we ask about how or why the Titanic sank, you have to ask the very first preliminary question (which no-one EVER does) and that is this:

Did the Titanic sink at all?


Sounds wild right? Look at all the film and photo evidence first (including MOVIE DIRECTOR James Cameron's footage of the supposed ship underwater) and come to your own conclusions.

It is dodgy to say the least.


They tell us "xyz" happened. We always believe them. Always. Why they have a bit of film and photographs, look!

Most believe the hows and whys of the event they say happened, a minority (truthers) don't believe the official hows and whys, but nobody ever questions the actual event taking place at all!!!!!

They said they built three ships. Really? There is an old photo from a French book showing the two ships being built at the same time and one of the ships is obviously fake (looks like a cartoon).

Sounds like a Jesuit insurance scam to me to shear the sheep as Lloyd's of London would say. (Similar to their Somalian pirates scam; love that one!)

Go to Cluesforum.info and get educated.

I cannot believe anything at face value anymore.

The lies are far deeper than even I could possibly have imagined (and I thought I was way ahead of the curve on a lot of stuff; obviously not.)
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The cartoon opens in a seaside town where a crate is being unloaded from a cargo ship, belonging to the Snodgrass Scientific Expedition. The crew is shown trying to carefully hoist the crate from the ship to the dock, but the net holding the crate breaks, causing it to fall and break open, releasing the Tasmanian Devil.. Taz immediately scuttles the ship and, while buzzing through the water, bites a shark, causing it to jump out of the water and moan in pain...Taz lowers a sign in his cage that reads "PLEASE DO NOT FEED THE ANIMALS."


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Greg:
My personal view is that it was sunk by a can opener submarine which were available from about 1870.

Jörn:
Can openers.

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Can opener submarines, how do you describe it, you know, a bit comes out of the side of the submarine, and it runs along the side of the ship and chews through the walls of the ship and fills up the holes with water and then tills the ship and sinks it. [A more recent theory is that the steel was of low quality and the pot-rivets although massive, were of very low quality steel and incredibly brittle. In the cold water they virtually snapped when tapped.]

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For the people who will find that hard to believe as the ship was sailing - the ship was stopped allegedly when it was struck by the iceberg.

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They used a can opener submarine on a ship on the top of South Island on the 16th of February 1986 and it was actually engineered with the complete complicity of the New Zealand government and the New Zealand navy as well. Yeah, so can opener submarine. And they changed the SOS just beforehand to a CQD signal, which no one really appreciated, so when the SOS was given out, it was not acknowledged.

They changed the warning flares from red to white, and people were shooting out white flares to celebrate, so it was completely missed. And what we were given in history was that some old woman lost a ring, and it was found on the bottom of the ocean, and her love was for a lower class man, and some people played violins when the ship sunk, and that is what we were given. It is a joke history.
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February 2, 1912 The British submarine A-3, with 14 men aboard, sank off of the Isle of Wight after being rammed by the depot ship Hazard...

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My personal view is that it was sunk by a can opener submarine which were available from about 1870.
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SS Jeremiah O'Brien is a Liberty ship built during World War II and named for American Revolutionary War ship captain Jeremiah O'Brien (1744–1818). Now based in San Francisco, the O'Brien is a rare survivor of the 6,939-ship armada that stormed Normandy on D-Day, 1944, and one of only two currently operational WWII Liberty ships afloat of the 2,710 built during the war (the other being the SS John W. Brown based in Baltimore)..Liberty ships were cargo ships built in the United States during World War II. Though British in conception, they were adapted by the U.S. as they were cheap and quick to build, and came to symbolize U.S. wartime industrial output. Based on vessels ordered by Britain to replace ships torpedoed by German U-boats, they were purchased for the U.S. fleet and for lend-lease provision to Britain. Eighteen American shipyards built 2,751 Libertys between 1941 and 1945, easily the largest number of ships produced to a single design.

SS Kroonland at the Culebra Cut while transiting the Panama Canal on 2 February 1915...

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Built in just 56 days at the New England Shipbuilding Corporation in South Portland, Maine, and launched on 19 June 1943, this class EC2-S-CI ship not only made four perilous round trip wartime crossings of the Atlantic and served on D-Day, the vessel later saw sixteen months of service in both the South Pacific and the Indian Ocean calling at ports in Chile, Peru, New Guinea, the Philippines, India, China, and Australia...

SS Jeremiah O'Brien entering the English Channel, 1994..

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In 1994 the O'Brien, in what was to be an epic eighth voyage, steamed through the Golden Gate, down the west coast, through the Panama Canal,The Panama Canal is a 77 km (48 mi) ship canal in Panama that joins the Atlantic Ocean and the Pacific Ocean and is a key conduit for international maritime trade. Built from 1904 to 1914, annual traffic has risen from about 1,000 ships in the canal's early days to 14,702 vessels in 2008, measuring a total 309.6 million Panama Canal/Universal Measurement System (PC/UMS) tons.


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Illustrating the sequence of locks and passages across the Atlantic to England and France, where the O'Brien and her crew (a remarkable collection of old salts whose average age was 70 and a few cadets from the California Maritime Academy), participated in the 50th Anniversary of Operation Overlord -- the Allied invasion at Normandy that turned the tide of World War II in Europe.,

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The Gaillard Cut, or Culebra Cut, is an artificial valley that cuts through the continental divide in Panama. The cut forms part of the Panama Canal, linking Lake Gatún, and thereby the Atlantic Ocean, to the Gulf of Panama and hence the Pacific Ocean. It is 12.6 km (7.8 mi) from the Pedro Miguel lock on the Pacific side to the Chagres River arm of Lake Gatun, with a water level 26 m (85 ft) above sea level...

Construction work on the Gaillard Cut is shown in this photograph from 1907..

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The two ships seen here seem almost to be touching the walls of the Miraflores Locks..
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Container ships are cargo ships that carry all of their load in truck-size intermodal containers, in a technique called containerization...
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The Port of Tampa is located on the western coast or Suncoast of Florida, approximately 25 miles from open waters of the Gulf of Mexico..

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Ryndam is a cruise ship owned and operated by Holland America Line that is named for a dam on the Rhine River. She offers enhanced amenities and services and is designed to carry fewer passengers than other ships in her class. Themed around Dutch exploration, the décor features art and artifacts from the seventeenth to the nineteenth centuries..

Panama - Barro Colorado and Panama Canal...


Arms trafficking, also known as gunrunning, is the illegal trafficking or smuggling of contraband weapons or ammunition..
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Although arms trafficking is widespread in regions of political turmoil, it is not limited to such areas, and for example, in South Asia, an estimated 63 million guns have been trafficked into India and Pakistan...
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The Panama Canal Zone Police was a force that consisted of more than 400 officers of all ranks split into two Divisions, Atlantic and Pacific, and between about 25 stations. It was responsible for the security of Canal Zone property as well as general policing duties, using a wide range of transportation, including boats, horses, motorcycles and patrol cars..

The force was disbanded on March 31, 1982 when law enforcement responsibilities for the former Panama Canal Zone passed to the Republic of Panama as mandated by the Torrijos-Carter Treaties of 1977..

Between 1941 and 1957 three Canal Zone Police officers were killed in separate incidents. Each officer was on Motorcycle patrol and was forced off the road by a speeding car. No suspect was ever charged in the 3 killings...

MS Ryndam leaving the Port of Tampa in January 2006..
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The Port of Tampa is located on the western coast or Suncoast of Florida, approximately 25 miles from open waters of the Gulf of Mexico. The boundaries of the Port district includes parts of Tampa Bay, Hillsborough Bay, McKay Bay, Hillsborough River, and Old Tampa Bay...It has 3 cruise terminals. Nearby attractions are Channelside, The Florida Aquarium, and Ybor City...


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My personal view is that it was sunk by a can opener submarine which were available from about 1870..

They changed the warning flares from red to white, and people were shooting out white flares to celebrate, so it was completely missed. And what we were given in history was that some old woman lost a ring, and it was found on the bottom of the ocean, and her love was for a lower class man, and some people played violins when the ship sunk, and that is what we were given. It is a joke history..
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Old 05-03-2013, 10:47 PM   #59
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interesting thread

there a lots of literature about the real issue of the titanic sinking

as far as I read soon afterwards america installed the FED

did you know that before ww2 london was the worlds financial center afterwards it was NY
World War II severely damaged Berlin’s industrial infrastructure, and Soviet expropriation of machinery and other capital equipment as “war reparations” further damaged Berlin’s industrial base. Soviet restrictions on transport impeded communication with West Germany and ended hopes that Berlin would resume a role as Germany’s financial center; most banks established headquarters in Frankfurt. In East Berlin, socialist central planners rebuilt a manufacturing sector, but one that was not competitive internationally or responsive to market demand. West Berlin’s economy grew increasingly dependent on state subsidies and on its role as an educational and research center..

Berlin has been called the "Capital of poverty", because in no other State of Germany so many people are living on welfare benefits (in percentage, not in absolute numbers). In 2005 an estimated 15,2% of the population received welfare (ALGII or Sozialgeld). In 2006 36,1% percent of all Berlin children aged 15 and younger received Sozialgeld, which is given to children, who live with an able bodied person, who qualifies for welfare. According to the Bertelsmann Stiftung this is due to the number of minors having to look after the family because of absent parent(s)...


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Dynamite is an explosive material based on nitroglycerin, using diatomaceous earth (AmE: kieselgur; BrE: kieselguhr), or another absorbent substance such as powdered shells, clay, sawdust, or wood pulp. Dynamites using organic materials such as sawdust are less stable and such use has been generally discontinued. Dynamite was invented by the Swedish chemist and engineer Alfred Nobel in Krümmel (Geesthacht, Schleswig-Holstein, Germany), and patented in 1867. Its name is derived from Greek roots δύναμις dýnamis that literally mean "connected with power."...
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Military dynamite achieves greater stability by avoiding the use of nitroglycerin and uses much more stable chemicals. Public knowledge of dynamite led to metaphoric uses, such as saying that a particular issue "isis political dynamite"..

Dynamite was invented by Alfred Nobel and was the first safely manageable explosive stronger than black powder. Nobel obtained patents for his invention: in England on May 7, 1867 and in Sweden on October 19, 1867. He originally sold dynamite as "Nobel's Blasting Powder". After its introduction, dynamite rapidly gained wide-scale use as a safe alternative to gunpowder and nitroglycerin. Nobel tightly controlled the patents, and unlicensed duplicating companies were quickly shut down. However, a few American businessmen got around the patent by using a slightly different formula..


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