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the sinking of the titanic
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this moc depicts the end of the rms titanic. it is shown in 2 situations. the first is when she was tilted at 45 degrees and the second is just after she broke in half
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  February 20, 2012
I love it!!! I also like how you did the breaking theory
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  February 14, 2011
Another note on the early break-up theory: the theory implies that the liner broke up at a relatively sharp angle, about 45 degrees if I remember correctly, and that the only reason the stern portion of the break up stuck up in the air was because of the double-hull that still connected the two halves. Once the stern portion was upright, the jolt unconnected the two sections, and the bow half began its journey to th bottom. The stern portion remained afloat for a while longer because of its buoyancy, and once it began to sink, it went straight down, trapping air within itslef. As it neared the bottom, the air began escaping, removing chunks of steel with it. Once it hit the bottom, all the remaining air was thrust out of the hull, and blew pieces of the hull plating out in all directions, which is why the wreckage is in such a mutilated condition, the stern section at least. Anyway, pretty good model.
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  September 27, 2010
Quoting Alexander Wedų OoooH you believe in the early breakup theory?!?! Nice 3d model
i do beleive in early break up and forensic science also backs up that theory. it also belives that when titanic disapeard beneath the waves , for around 200 feet, she was still in 1 peice
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  May 9, 2010
OoooH you believe in the early breakup theory?!?! Nice 3d model
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  December 17, 2009
Quoting John Johnson Very good mock, and it only went to 30 degree angle but still very good
actuly the ship only raised to 12 degrees before the ship broke in 2. the stern then reached beyond 45 drgees during the final plunge. as for the moc the angle was the closest i could get it.
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  December 17, 2009
Very good mock, and it only went to 30 degree angle but still very good
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  January 20, 2009
Oh my heck! This is so cool!
 
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