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Do you believe personally the conspiracies surrounding Titanic's sinking?

  1. eli grey profile image60
    eli greyposted 7 years ago

    Do you believe personally the conspiracies surrounding Titanic's sinking?

    Do you believe the bit about the Jesuits or about it being switched with the Olympic? Did you go to school and if so what was your major? Things like this interests me because there is in fact proof that exists to answer our many questions about this and history; it all depends upon us to find it. Here is me just making conversation with a fellow hubber. Hope to hear back soon. Keep up the excellent work.

  2. SheriSapp profile image60
    SheriSappposted 7 years ago

    I have read all material I can find about this accident. I do NOT believe there was any conspiracy whatsoever. It really seems like a huge case of complacency. The captain was ready to retire and had made the voyage numerous times on other ships. Ismay was also a fool, and the cappy should have ignored his urgings for speed.

  3. Jim Strutzin profile image90
    Jim Strutzinposted 7 years ago

    Hi Eli, thanks for your question and comments. sorry it's taken me so long to respond.  I try not to get into what I personally believe, rather just present the information and let readers judge for themselves.  I will say that there is a strong case for both conspiracies (Jesuit and Sister Ships) and I do not believe all of them are merely coincidences.

    As to the second part of your question, yes, I did go to school and studied Sociology and Philosophy as a double major.  I ended my formal education after graduation (gradual indoctrination) and that's when my real education began.  Researching and digging to uncover the real story of world events and history has become my favorite past time.  I really enjoy Red Ice Radio.

    Sheri, please contact me if you want to uncover more material about this accident.  I promise that I can deliver some really great stuff that will blow your mind.  The idea of going for speed was just a surface story told by the media when the news slapped the masses.  In fact, testimony from surviving crew members strongly refutes this theory.

  4. eli grey profile image60
    eli greyposted 7 years ago

    thanks for responding. Good luck in your research.

  5. bibi16 profile image58
    bibi16posted 7 years ago

    Most sound as plausible as any other conspiracies typically do. So yes the Titanic may hold some mysteries yet to be resolved.