BACTERIA ATE THE TITANIC……
Just noticed some interesting research that came out of Dalhousie University in 2010:
Dalhousie scientists Henrietta Mann, Bhavleen Kaur and researchers from the University of Seville, in Spain, investigated samples from rusticles taken from the Titanic. Using DNA technology, they identified a new bacterial species, Halomonas titanicae. This bacterium is of particular interest as part of the cycle of the rusting of submerged metal structures and the release, ‘recycling’, of iron back into the environment. First Published Online: 01 December 2010, International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology 60: 2768-2774,
Here’s what noted “Conspiracy Theorist” Miles Mathis has to say:
If that isn’t enough to blow the whole story, simply read the Titanic wreck page at Wikipedia. There we learn that the wreckage is too fragile to be saved or lifted, and that it is now protected by UNESCO convention. Convenient. We learn that although it has survived a century on the sea floor, it is expected to disintegrate very soon [……..] Also convenient, since it prevents later forensics. Note how the estimates for a complete disappearance of the wreckage keep getting moved up, with the last date mentioned being 2031. Both statements conflict with other parts of the story, don’t they, where we are shown “remarkably well preserved interiors”, with chandeliers still hanging from the ceilings. So we are supposed to believe the steel eating bacteria weren’t hungry from 1912 to 1990, but suddenly got famished in the last decade or so. As soon as the Jewish bankers had unloaded all the salable crap off the wreck and installed it in Las Vegas, the hungry bacteria arrived in force. What a coincidence.