the shock of the Titanic with the iceberg

the shock of the Titanic with the iceberg

Postby Caroline Mendes on Wed Jun 13, 2012 1:25 pm

almost all the giant iceberg submerged crosses the path of the Titanic which is addressed in side.o ice scraper the steel hull plates six feet below the waterline and pull out the rivets that held the other one. the displacement of the plates allowed the water to invade the vital watertight compartments.
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Re: the shock of the Titanic with the iceberg

Postby Timothy Trower on Wed Jun 13, 2012 11:16 pm


I'd like to address the numerous posts which we have found scattered throughout the message board. We established this message board with the idea that ideas and information would be exchanged; fully expecting members from around the world, we are cognizant of the fact that not everyone uses English as a first language.

What we do find, though, is that most of your posts are more of an editorial-type of statement, and not a question per se, nor even new information that would benefit the serious researcher or the casual reader.

Please consider first restricting your posts to asking specific questions; second, recognizing that English may not be your first language, please take special care to phrase and to use proper English -- as your command of this language grows, you will become more aware of how painful some of these early posts are to read at times. Third, remember that quantity is not a replacement for quality.

Each of the posts that you make are judged on their merits, and while many have been quietly deleted, many others have been allowed to stand and a couple of spurred very interesting and beneficial threads.

Thanks for reading this, and please do continue to learn and to read about the ship and her passengers.
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