Popular opinion of the breakup of Titanic is that the bow sunk until the forward funnel collapsed and then it split just in front of the third funnel. However, this video recreates the survivor accounts that suggest otherwise: Because of the at least six eyewitnesses plus a drawing inspired by Jack Thayer stating the bow rising after a break, I am a supporter of what is known as the "V Break Theory." The V represents the angle of the ship after fracturing, flooding the center of the ship at a much quicker pace than that of the bow. But one question challenges this: "How is this even physically possible?" I often ask myself this, but I am very confident in this happening. Could the bow regain buoyancy after detaching from the approximately 11 degree rising stern? Or is this something of an optical illusion? I feel as if once the bow is under the surface of the water level, resurrection would be impossible given the laws of gravity. Perhaps trapped air pockets could provide some chance of this occurring. I am not completely sure and some closure would be satisfying.