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Titanic- going, going, soon gone entirely

Latest dive shows ongoing disintegration This month a research team made several dives on the remains of the ill-fated RMS Titanic. It was the first visit to the tragic wreck in 14 years. Using highly sophisticated cameras Atlantic Productions London »

Arts & Entertainment, International, Society

See the Titanic wreck..but not this year

For the adventurous with well over $100 grand to spend Well over 100 years after the tragic sinking of luxury liner, the mystique, questions, and allure of the RMS Titanic still draws interest, and the wealthy. This was certainly helped »

Environment & Animal Life, Internet, Science & Technology, Society

Canada history: APRIL 15, 1912,  Titanic disappears off Newfoundland

It was unbelievable. On April 15, 1912, the word was being flashed around the world by telegraph that the world’s biggest, most impressive and theoretically unsinkable ship, was gone. Late on the 14th, the RMS Titanic on its maiden voyage »

Environment & Animal Life, International, Internet, Science & Technology

Last chance to see the Titanic?

In April 1912, the unthinkable, the unimaginable, the impossible happened: the then world’s biggest and most luxurious ocean liner sank with massive loss of life. Ever since, and to this day the name “Titanic”, evokes an image of hugeness, and »

Society

Museum hosts Titanic event

The Canadian Museum of Immigration at Pier 21 has invited marine archaeologist Rob Rondeau to give a talk on the sinking of the Titanic in the North Atlantic in 1912. Rondeau has studied shipwrecks for almost 20 years and has »

International, Society

History: April 14, 1912- The unthinkable, Titanic sinks off Canadian coast

It was late at night, about 10;35 PM Eastern Standard time on the 14th of April when the bored wireless operators in a lonely Marconi radio station at Cape Race Newfoundland, received a signal that was unbelievable. Instead of banal »

Economy, International, Internet, Science & Technology

Another historic Canadian building to be lost

At one time, the Commercial Cable Co. Building at Hazel Hill, Guysborough County, Nova Scotia, was one of the main hi-tech buildings in all the continent. The site was built by two American businessmen in 1888 to break the stranglehold »

International, Society

RMS Titanic-CQD- SOS- Come immediately!

It was late at night on the 14th of April for the wireless operators in a lonely Marconi radio station at Cape Race Newfoundland, who had be hearing and relaying messages from incoming ships, to stations along the east coast »

International, Internet, Science & Technology, Society

New artifact displayed for Titanic anniversary

It was almost exactly 101 years ago that the ship RMS Titanic, arguably now the most famous ship in history, sank. Some 600km south of Newfoundland, and due east of the province of Nova Scotia, the luxury liner hit an »