Titanic’s Future

Posted On April 21, 2007

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Add this to your blog; it is what will happen to the TITANIC on the ocean floor in the future:
2005: In 2005, divers placed a plaque on the TITANIC from Harland and Wolff, the Belfast shipyard that built it. They were shocked at how quickly the ship was rusting and falling apart. In theory, because there is very little oxygen so deep in the ocean, there should be no rust. But bacteria are eating away the iron, sulfur, and phosphorus in it’s structures. Twenty 5-ton trucks could be filled each year with rusticles from the ship.

This is what the experts say what will happen:

2010: The great mast will collapse
2028: The decks and superstructure will collapse
2045: Only the hull will remain
2080: Just the U-shape of the hull will remain
2099: Fewer than 200 years after it set out from Southampton, the TITANIC will be a little more than a pile of iron ore on the seafloor.

Glad to help!
Don’t forget to give me credit by listing me in your blog.
Thanks, penguinmaster8000

I’m a teenager, and my dream is to visit Titanic before the ship is destroyed. Thanks for your information! -M


2 Responses to “Titanic’s Future”

  1. penguinmaster8000

    I need some help getting it on, ok?


  2. shauna ferguson

    titanic is a true sotry in 1912.

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