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Titanic Sunk by "Supermoon" and Celestial Alignment?

 
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Titanic Sunk by "Supermoon" and Celestial Alignment?
Just weeks before the Titanic shipwreck's hundredth anniversary, scientists have a brand-new theory as to what might have helped spur modern history's most famous maritime disaster. (See pictures of Titanic's rediscovery in 1985.)

An ultrarare alignment of the sun, the full moon, and Earth, they say, may have set the April 14, 1912, tragedy in motion, according to a new report.

R.M.S. Titanic went down on a moonless night, but the iceberg that sank the luxury liner may have been launched in part by a full moon that occurred three and a half months earlier, scientists say. More ---> [link to news.nationalgeographic.com]
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Someday we'll find that everything we currently think we understand is quite different than we imagined. Chains of events determine everything around us. From our current limited view point there is almost always something to blame. That blame is usually a farce. Some cause and effect occurrences seem completely unrelated just as in this story about celestial alignments and the Titanic.

I find this story extremely interesting. Not the sinking of Titanic itself. But the sequence of events that carved the path to its demise.

Food for thought.

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Re: Titanic Sunk by "Supermoon" and Celestial Alignment?
nice find thx!
it's always related so it's important to look everywhere, each details etc
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Re: Titanic Sunk by "Supermoon" and Celestial Alignment?
nice find thx!
it's always related so it's important to look everywhere, each details etc
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It could be rough though. Imagine following a primary chain of events that led to an insignificant occurrence back in time to a major event. After some thought you'll realize every "event" has a purpose. The key to understanding the future is understanding this language of past events. The amount of data involved in any event is nearly insurmountable in space time. Digitally you could encapsulate predictable events based on physics or algorithms...but in real life it's nearly impossible. Perhaps this is how the few (and I mean very few) have been able to predict certain events.

I truly do believe there is something to this.

Last Edited by Chip on 03/06/2012 07:53 PM
Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic. ~Arthur C. Clarke

Don't go around saying the world owes you a living. The world owes you nothing. It was here first. ~Mark Twain

He's a nut-bag! Just because the fucker's got a library card doesn't make him Yoda! ~David Mills ~ Se7en

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Re: Titanic Sunk by "Supermoon" and Celestial Alignment?
that sounds like it went down due to natural causes
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Re: Titanic Sunk by "Supermoon" and Celestial Alignment?
nice find thx!
it's always related so it's important to look everywhere, each details etc
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It could be rough though. Imagine following a primary chain of events that led to an insignificant occurrence back in time to a major event. After some thought you'll realize every "event" has a purpose. The key to understanding the future is understanding this language of past events. The amount of data involved in any event is nearly insurmountable in space time. Digitally you could encapsulate predictable events based on physics or algorithms...but in real life it's nearly impossible. Perhaps this is how the few (and I mean very few) have been able to predict certain events.

I truly do believe there is something to this.
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nice find thx!
it's always related so it's important to look everywhere, each details etc
 Quoting: Monbazillac


It could be rough though. Imagine following a primary chain of events that led to an insignificant occurrence back in time to a major event. After some thought you'll realize every "event" has a purpose. The key to understanding the future is understanding this language of past events. The amount of data involved in any event is nearly insurmountable in space time. Digitally you could encapsulate predictable events based on physics or algorithms...but in real life it's nearly impossible. Perhaps this is how the few (and I mean very few) have been able to predict certain events.

I truly do believe there is something to this.
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A big blue diamond being sacrificed to the big blue sea. something godlike about that eh? lol

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