Real reason behind sinking of Titanic.
In the April of 1912, The Titanic carrying more than 1500 passengers which departed from Southampton sank in the middle of North Atlantic Ocean. It was believed and is still believed that it sank because of iceberg collision. But is it true? Let's find out.
#4 Real reason was coal fire.
An evidence suggests that the real reason behind the sinking of Titanic was actually a coal fire. More than 30 years were spent by an Irish Journalist, Senan Molony to find out the sinking of Titanic.
#3 What Senan actually did.
Senan Molony studied photographs which were taken by the ship's chief electrical engineers as the ship left Southampton. He found 30 foot long marks along the front right hand side of the hull.
There is also an expert point of view, read on as we reveal the entire thing.
#2 What experts claim?
Experts, previously, considered a fire as the cause of accident in addition to its hit to iceberg. A documentary called, "Titanic: The New Evidence" was presented on New Year's day which revealed Malony's research which supported that the reason behind ship's sinking was alone fire and not iceberg. While experts claimed that a fire burned for about three weeks in the ship's hull which ultimately led to the collision.
#1 The conclusion.
It is quite clear from Malony's research that the real reason behind the collision was fire and not the iceberg.
So, it's high time we stop blaming the innocent iceberg and start to live in reality.
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