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How Much Longer Until the Great Titanic Disintegrates?
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Hello dudes and dudettes. I just needed to know does anyone know when our beloved Titanic disintegrates?

Slán agus go raith maith agat!
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20-30 years though in about 10-15 she will collapse in on her self, and just become a pile of steel,
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Posted on: 2005/4/23 15:24
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do u think divers will be underwater filming the collapse, i would like to see it on t.v

millions of viewers would watch it.
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Hey Johno,
I would like to watch it. It'd be sad though.
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i don't know if they'd be able to get the legal rights to go down when it collapses. people are afraid of injury and damage to equiptment. if one of hose subs gets even the tinyest puncture it will kill all of them within seconds. and it's not like we'll be able to predict exactly when she is going to collapse. i think it would be interesting though
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20-30 years though in about 10-15 she will collapse in on her self, and just become a pile of steel,


I hope that you're wrong.
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This is a very good question and is one that several scientists are working on. Enclosed is a link to a recently posted weblog that should give you some excellent information on the current state of Titanic and what some of the objectives will be for the coming summer's expedition. This link can be found at:

Titanic - Part VI Recent Photometric Analysis of the Shipwreck

Obviously some of these points still need to be proven via experimentation. Many of the visits to Titanic are not just for visiting the ship. Titanic gives scientists that opportunity to observe a deep water ecosystem in a controlled-environment. Obviously, care is given to preserving the wreck site and at NO time are any items retrieved. All these scientists have a deep reverence for the gravesite and do not touch the wreck or the debris field. Filming is critical for observing changes in Titanic and a photometric analysis of the video/film footage is key to seeing, firsthand, what the decay rate is on this great ship.
Posted on: 2005/4/25 15:53
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This is a very good question and is one that several scientists are working on. Enclosed is a link to a recently posted weblog that should give you some excellent information on the current state of Titanic and what some of the objectives will be for the coming summer's expedition. This link can be found at:

Titanic - Part VI Recent Photometric Analysis of the Shipwreck

Obviously some of these points still need to be proven via experimentation. Many of the visits to Titanic are not just for visiting the ship. Titanic gives scientists that opportunity to observe a deep water ecosystem in a controlled-environment. Obviously, care is given to preserving the wreck site and at NO time are any items retrieved. All these scientists have a deep reverence for the gravesite and do not touch the wreck or the debris field. Filming is critical for observing changes in Titanic and a photometric analysis of the video/film footage is key to seeing, firsthand, what the decay rate is on this great ship.


Read this
http://www.dbi.sk.ca/droycon/ocean/titanic.html
Posted on: 2005/4/25 22:33
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50 or 40 years.
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Posted on: 2005/9/30 0:45
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What a sad day that will be...
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Posted on: 2005/9/30 1:46
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