I have noticed something, when i was reading evidence of seaman John Poingdestre. He said he heard the order for the boats to be loaded with women and children, about 45 minutes after collison. In the altered time it was at 12:25, but in the same time quartermaster Rowe saw a boat in the water. Someone must be wrong. At first I thought that Poingdestre was wrong about the time, but it not so easy. If the Rowe was right, then the order must have been given at least 15 minutes before 12:25. Before Poingdestre heard the order, he was on E deck, where a wooden bulkhead collapse on him. I assumed that the water was then about 3/4 height of E deck. If we place that order at 12:10, 30 minutes after collsion, then the water level do not agree with the testimony of Annie Robinson, which saw the water within six steps from E deck, about 30 minutes after collision. Maybe I don't see something, but I think it clearly speaks, that the time could not have been altered before collision. What do you think?