1. We had a global COOLING until 1970... only then did the earth start warming up. It is most likely sun activity (which was decreasing until then and increasing since). but even if it was humans than the titanic is still not a global warming issue.
I was at the first Earth Day it was a cold day to help put a point on how we were all going to die from the coming ice age. It was not until the UN's IPCC report on Global Warming the IPCC repot on climate change was first published in 1990 after ten years of study. Man Made climate change came along ten yaars later. It has been revised four times the last revision says we must destroy the world economy to reduce global warming. Now they have vacked off of this foolishness. They now call it global clinate change.
All the following points will deal with how you know fucking NOTHING about the titanic.
I will begin by saying that I have been studying the Titanic since I was 11 years old that means I have been looking at the Titanic for 42 years. I even met Ms. Edith Brown a survivor of the tragic global warming insident. I would not say I know nothing about the subject.
2. Icebergs have always been known to drift, there is also the possibility of other ships, uncharted tiny islands, whatever.
True, icebergs have been known to drift into the shipping lanes for over one hundred years prior to 1912. It was rare that icebergs were seen that far south that time of year. The Titanic took the most southern route to avoid most of the ice.
The titanic was going full throttle in a fog with 0 visibility, against all safety regulations. This is one of the few things the movie got right, they HAD to make the it to the destination on time to put on a good show, so they disregarded safety, it helped that they thought it was "unsinkable" because of its hull segmentation.
This is a crock of crap. First the speed was 22.5 knots one half knot below full speed. Sorry that nit had to be picked. Second the visibility was great, no fog that night it was a clear night. The thing that ships slowed down on was the ice flows. Most ships stopped for the night to avoid plowing into ice that was flowing freely in the area that day.
No one affiliated with the White Star Line ever said the ship was unsinkable. That was what a reporter called it and it stuck. What cruise line is going to say, “No! Our ships will sink”! The captain did run fast for the conditions but it was not fog it was the ice flow that was slowing down most of the ships in the area.
3. the titanic was not "carrying every modern piece of lifesaving and safety equipment known to man", in fact it got rid of those unsightly life boats, because everyone knows its unsinkable, so why bother with life saving equipment?
You are not reading what I wrote you are reading what you want to see. They had lifeboats. I never said they had enough boats for all passengers and crew but they had boats.
Again it was never said that the Titanic was unsinkable by anyone that was part of the White Star Line. Passengers thought it was unsinkable which made them not want to get into lifeboats. That’s right blame the media for hyping a lie. May I suggest you read the two courts of inquiry one in the US and the other in the UK. The weather was clear, the water was calm and the water temp was a warm 31 degrees. If there was some wind they would have seen the blackberg sooner. I suggest you watch the movie again there was no fog portrayed in the movie.
As an aside I used to work for Carnival Cruise Lines which has bought the Cunard Line which bought the White Star Line owned by J. P. Morgan who died on the Titanic. So once again the Titanic and its remains are American responsibility.