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In 2000, the wreck of the Carpathia was discovered sitting upright in 500 feet of water 190km west of Fastnet, Ireland. The wreck is now owned by Premier Exhibitions Inc., formerly RMS Titanic Inc., which plans to recover objects from the wreck. How did the SS Californian sink? 09 NovemberRead More →

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In 2000, the wreck of the Carpathia was discovered sitting upright in 500 feet of water 190km west of Fastnet, Ireland. The wreck is now owned by Premier Exhibitions Inc., formerly RMS Titanic Inc., which plans to recover objects from the wreck. Why did so many RMS ships sink? WhileRead More →

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As the air curls upward around the tip, it combines with the downwash to form a fast-spinning trailing vortex. These vortices increase drag because of energy spent in producing the turbulence. Whenever an airfoil is producing lift, induced drag occurs and wingtip vortices are created. Why are plane wingtips turnedRead More →

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Barley straw pellets are also available, but these sink to the bottom of the pond, and since they need to decompose aerobically (see below) I don’t see how they can work. Barley straw works better than other types of straw, such as wheat straw. Can you put too much barleyRead More →

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A farmhouse sink installation can be done in 3 ways: Flush mount Installation: Where the sink sits in level to the countertop. Built-up Installation: Where the sink sits above the level of the countertop. Undermount Installation: Where the sink sits just below the countertop. How much room do you needRead More →

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Titanic took about 2 hours 40 minutes to sink, but Californian did not see the first rocket until almost 12:45 a.m. But again he wasn’t told until 1:10am. That meant Captain Lord had only a little over 1 hour to have effected a rescue. It would have taken Captain LordRead More →

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April 10, 1912, 12 p.m. – The RMS Titanic sets sail from Southampton, England, on its maiden voyage, with approximately 2,220 passengers and crew. Where exactly did the Titanic sink? The Titanic sank 400 miles (640 kilometres) off the coast of Newfoundland. The wreck lies at a great depth, approximatelyRead More →