That’s sadI've read from different sources that they think by the mid 2030's the wreck will collapse in on itself and not long after that it will pretty much be a large pile rust. It seems to be accelerating and pictures from earlier to later expeditions seem to bare that out.
I think that the conditions in the water and the pressure at that depth are uniquely favorable for steel-eating bacteria. The saltier Mediterranean in relatively shallow water would lack it where Victoria is wrecked, the bottom of the Black Sea completely lacks oxygen so rust forming processes don't really occur, and then in very cold water like the Baltic there's a very low metabolic process energy, so wrecks like the 1890s Russian Gangut see little deteoriation. Titanic is basically in the perfect place for steel eating extremophiles.I had to go and look her up as I was not familar with her. Very interesting. Thanks. Yeah it amazing the different conditions of wrecks. Some of the recent Black Sea discoveries of 2500 year old ships is pretty facinating how well preserved they are.
Bill Sauder and Ken M. have said they 100% do not agree with that drawing nor the terrible doc "Drain The Titanic".