Monday, April 25, 2016

Eerie! Watch the Titanic sink in real time



From geekology, This is a two hour and forty minute animation depicting a real-time recreation of the sinking of the Titanic, with text annotations. The video starts with the crew spotting the iceberg, and ends with the ship breaking in half and completely submerging. It's weird in the movie I feel like they made it seem so much faster. Still, even two hours and forty minutes time couldn't prevent 1,500 people from going down with the ship. You know they say the captain is supposed to go down with the ship, but if I were a captain on a sinking ship I would be putting a fake beard and mustache and saying, "Hola. ¿Dónde está México?"

[JPX]  For the past few days I have been watching this whenever I had pockets of free time.  It's downright eerie yet memorizing.  Although mostly quiet occasional noise punctuates the silence as the ship starts to break apart highlighting just how terrifying this must have been.

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