Death of 5 billionaires in Titanic Submarine implosion
According to Florida International University professor Elaine Marty, “the explosion of the submarine (Titan) was incredibly fast, so the victims did not realize they were about to die.”
An interesting fact about the tragic submarine is that five members of the world’s wealthiest families were travelling on it to view the Titanic’s debris.
– According to Marty, who spoke with CNN, when such an implosion happens, it happens in a fraction of a second and the human mind needs around 0.25 seconds to realize what is happening. Trending : An Indian man walks 8,640 km to fulfil the dream of Hajj
– “These people died, and this is horrible, but they died in a way that they did not even realize that they were about to die.” She noted that the speed of the implosion was 1,500 miles per hour or approximately 2,414 kilometers per hour.
– We are talking about an ocean and a sizable debris field, so there won’t be a lot of human remains to be found. These people’s bodies have completely disintegrated into tiny fragments, and it is extremely unlikely that we will find any human tissue.
What actually happened?
A 5-persons crew on a Submarine named Titan, owned by OceanGate Expeditions, went down during a dive to the Titanic debris site on last Sunday morning. The Polar Prince research ship’s crew lost touch with the Titan crew an hour and a half later, according to the Coast Guard. Most Viewed : Saudi Arabia ranks 2nd in world in CyberSecurity index
– Initially, the Coast Guard informed mariners that a “21 foot submarine” with a white hull was delayed and provided its last known location. The alert message stated, “VESSELS IN VICINITY REQUESTED TO KEEP A SHARP LOOKOUT, ASSIST IF POSSIBLE.”
– The submarine went down in the North Atlantic, 900 miles east of Cape Cod, in water that was around 13,000 feet deep, or almost the same depth as the Titanic wreck. A united command made up of multiple multinational agencies expanded its search and rescue operations in response to mounting worries over the planet’s declining supply of breathable air.
– An operator, subsequently revealed to be Stockton Rush, CEO of OceanGate Expeditions, was among the five individuals on board, along with four mission experts, the phrase the firm uses to refer to its customers who paid up to $250,000 for a seat.
– The sub’s whereabouts and that of its passengers were unknown for days. Recommend : Riyadh to Jeddah in 46 minutes, with Hyperloop technology
– However, after the wreckage was discovered, a U.S. Navy officer claimed the Navy had discovered “an acoustic anomaly consistent with an implosion” shortly after the sub lost communication with the surface on Sunday. The Coast Guard received the information and utilized it to focus its search, according to the official.
– According to experts, such an implosion would have quickly destroyed the ship due to the severe pressure of the deep water.
Who were the 5-passengers on the Submarine ?
1. Hamish Harding, a 59-year-old British billionaire, business owner and explorer.
2. Shahzada Dawood, British-Pakistani businessman. See Also : Sindalah Island of Saudi Arabia will start receiving visitors from the Year 2024
3. Suleman, son of Shahzada Dawood, British-Pakistani Businessman.
4. Paul-Henri Nargeolet, French explorer, who had made multiple dives over the years to explore the Titanic and
5. Stockton Rush, the CEO of OceanGate Expeditions, who was serving as pilot.
– Thursday afternoon’s Coast Guard briefing was preceded by a statement released by OceanGate spokesperson Andrew Von Kerens, in which he expressed sympathy to the Titan crew members’ families and acknowledged that all five of the submersible’s crew members were likely already dead. Like and Follow Saudi Expatriates on Facebook