You really should try not to selectively read the evidence, Sam.In other words, you choose not to tell what you would have done, but to tell a small detail of what you would not have done.
(By the way, the who was there bit was Capt. Moore who went at full speed to the reported position until he started to encounter ice. The same Capt. Moore who you also expressed a distrust of. But you knew that I knew that.)
There was no suggestion to Moore that Titanic was sinking until well after the time he turned toward her. He did not put his engines on stand-by until he started meeting ice nor did he increase his lookouts until then. When he did meet the ice, he stopped, then proceeded ahead slowly. On the other hand, friend Rostron kept going at full belt, zig-zagging around icebergs until he almost hit one. Now you tell me who was the most negligent.