appearance of iceberg

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    Superior mirage and the Californian

    Hello everyone, Long time reader, first time poster. There has been much discussion over the superior mirage/refraction theory (which I find compelling) and the effect this may have had on the crew's ability to spot the iceberg; not to mention it could also explain the error in Titanic's...
  2. Christophe Puttemans

    Hard a starboard by Jim Currie

    It's now been over 15 years since "The Last Log of the Titanic" by David G. Brown was published and a few weeks ago, I first read the newer article "Hard-a-starboard". Then, while watching the documentary "Titanic conspiracy: The Ship that Never Sank?" I developed a new theory about how the...
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    Icebergs visibility of

    What we know for sure, if Lightoller's testimony is truthful, is that both he and Smith thought icebergs reflected starlight, and that their white outlines (even of blue bergs) would be visible. Now I would like to ask everyone who has been in iceberg country on a moonless night: were...
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    Ice On Deck by Henning Pfeifer

    Thanks for the article, Henning. So you're saying the collison buckled the ice, and some of it burst upward and ricocheted from the upper part of the iceberg on to the deck. It works for me. You know, this type of event could probably be re-created with models. You might try that to buttress...