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This is the way myths are created. Maybe this, maybe that,...But where is the hard evidence that any implosion took place? In case you need to see what an implosion looks like, here is one:
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Titanic, I think, is not comparable to any other ship wreck, she's an anomaly. Multiple things variables during the sinking and the trip to the bottom, did not happen to any other sunken ships.
 

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Once the Stern imploded, water passage throughout the ship tore off the First Third and Destroyed Support structures.
 
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The gif image I originally tried posting I deleted as it may be under copyright. It showed a tank car imploding after a vacuum was created inside it.
Titanic, I think, is not comparable to any other ship wreck, she's an anomaly
An anomaly that defies physics? Really? She was a ship very much like any other ship built in that period.

Cam, the animation you posted above does not show an implosion as claimed in the video clip. It shows an explosion. During an implosion, things rapidly collapse inward. Things don't go outward. This is the way a lot of nonsense gets out there.

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The gif image I originally tried posting I deleted as it may be under copyright. It showed a tank car imploding after a vacuum was created inside it.

An anomaly that defies physics? Really? She was a ship very much like any other ship built in that period.

Cam, the animation you posted above does not show an implosion as claimed in the video clip. It shows an explosion. During an implosion, things rapidly collapse inward. Things don't go outward. This is the way a lot of nonsense gets out there.

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Hi Sam, hope you're well, been a minute since we've conversed :)

Perhaps the Hull Girder didn't collapse fully yet. Titanic, at least the Stern at this moment, was still half a ship. The water, when the Stern imploded, could've just entered the spaces, and been ejected out by collapsing decks. Our view is blocked by the Hull and Superstructure
 
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