Just learnt two more critical changes before Titanic set sail.
# Captain Smith waited 20 full mintues too deverte course too allow another ship to pass by,to allowe that ship to pass the ice feild safely.
20 minutes too late for the Titanic?
What source material are you citing for these two statements?
Am I in some sort of trouble or something?So, you have no source documentation for either of these claims?
I cant believe you historians never knew about this information,and I did,I feel speical now
LOLIf I were to come on this board and claim that Captain Smith was, in fact, a woman dressed as a man,
That being said, I may be on to something here. His beard always *did* look waaaaay to perfect to be real. And without [most of] it, would look kind of like my aunt.
This implies that you felt that this information is true.
Yes excatly,I love when members answer my post & questions too,however,just shocked that no historians new of this 20 minute action by Smith.Aly - If you're going to make claims like this, you should be prepared to answer questions.
Sorry,but I dont know how too find these sources,unlike how you can.I look at the link you have provided,did you prove me right or wrong? was I right? I dont know what section you want me too look at,is the answer in you're link?Aly, the catch here is that the assertions made in your first post can be either proven or disproven IF you take the time to check things out with the original source material.
A ship the size of Titanic would never stop in mid ocean and would never change course for another ship simply passing by.
No. After the ship left Queenstown, she never stopped until her encounter with the iceberg gave her no other option.
exactly! What was Smith's reason for waiting for 20 minutes before deverting course? Another ship?but he decided to wait an extra 20 minutes before changing course,
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