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JOAN OF ART @umcornell
the titanic never sunk and i’m gonna tell you why (a conspiracy theory thread) pic.twitter.com/pA0SMywL6I
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first off.. the titanic was 1 of 3 ships created by the olympic class ocean liners at the harland and wolff shipyards in belfast. the titanic along with the RMS Britannic and the RMS Olympic.
JOAN OF ART @umcornell
the olympic was launched a year before the titanic. within months in it’s launch in 1911 it had two really bad collisions and supposedly it was on its last leg and they wouldn’t have wanted to lose any of the money they would’ve lost when the olympic couldn’t move around anymore.
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so allegedly before the titanic sailed, they switched ships, meaning switching both of the logos on the ships. so when the boat sailed, all of those people that were on it, were actually on the olympic when they sank and they knew the boat was gonna sink pic.twitter.com/WhEpZCNsHp
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ok wait i fucked up aljsksjs hold on
JOAN OF ART @umcornell
they wanted it to sink so that they could take all of the insurance money off of the boat. lets start with the port holes. on both sides of the ship you can see the port holes. on the Olympic had 16 portholes and the titanic had 14
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photographs taken of the titanic in dry dock show it had 14 portholes. but by the time of its voyage it then had 16, just like the olympic. pic.twitter.com/LF8J2GMSyA
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also, the windows on the olympic were somewhat unevenly spaced, but more evenly spaced on the olympic. also, by the time of its voyage, the “titanic” had acquired unevenly spaced windows.... just like the olympic. pic.twitter.com/K1eupph1Nx
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there was a nationwide coal strike during the launch of the titanic, causing thousands of firemen, boiler stokers and greasers out of jobs. despite that, the titanic had a hard time finding crew, with a fuck ton of men refusing to work on the ship AT ANY PRICE.. pic.twitter.com/5DujjX7QmA
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if you’re out of a job and someone is offering you ANY amount of money to help build a ship, you’re not gonna say “no” right??
JOAN OF ART @umcornell
anyways allegedly rumors were spreading amongst the workers at Harland and Wolff that the ships were swapped as a part of an insurance scam, and the titanic was meant to be sunk. so it kinda makes sense that the men didn’t wanna work on she ship because that news scared them off.
JOAN OF ART @umcornell
despite all of the hype surrounding the titanic launch,it was only barely over half full when it left the Southampton on its voyage. that’s because several last minute cancellations from upper echelon passengers obviously suggest some kind of foreknowledge and they knew something
JOAN OF ART @umcornell
many of the richest and high end names in the early 20 century society were all booked onto the titanic.
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J.p. morgan, the international financier, one of the richest men at the time was booked to travel on the titanic but cancelled his trip a few days before departure claiming to be “sick” pic.twitter.com/VpKL3Q8Fjs
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new york times found out that was a lie, morgan was seen in perfectly good condition with his lil mistress in france on the EXACT SAME DAY that the titanic sunk.
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along with industrialist henry clay frank and his wife, banker Horace J Harding and billionaire George Washington Vanderbilt, and many others who were all connected to J.p. morgan, who cancelled at the last minute.
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now, the wreck of the titanic was discovered by Robert Ballard in 1985. he said that the stamp 401, the ID number used for the titanic at harland and wolff, can be seen on the titanics propeller.
JOAN OF ART @umcornell
some authors have said that the titanics propeller was fitted to the olympic during its repair following collision with Hawke, one of the 2 collisions the olympic had been in (as mentioned in the beginning of the thread)
JOAN OF ART @umcornell
also, what appeared to the letters M and P can also be seen on the side of the wreck. so it’s possible that the remains of the ships original etched nameplate- “OLYMPIC” covered over with the Titanics as a part of the insurance scam. pic.twitter.com/TZeXmYSyU2
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the aftermath of the wreck shows some evidence of the grey paint used as an undercoat on the olympic. the titanic used black paint for its undercoat.
JOAN OF ART @umcornell
lastly.. a man named James Fenton who had worked on the ship said on his death bed that the titanic didn’t sink that day, the olympic actually did. he claimed that after he survived the ship shrinking, and once him and everyone else who survived got on land. pic.twitter.com/4S3RosFe4x
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he said that people from the government were there and james and his coworker told them like “we know we weren’t on the titanic and this whole time we were on the olympic” and the government told them that basically that if he or his coworker say anything about it-
JOAN OF ART @umcornell
-they would thrown them in jail forever. now i personally think.. he should have been thrown in jail for that atrocious sweater but whatever.
JOAN OF ART @umcornell
also i wanna add that The SS Californian, also owned by JP Morgan, was a large passenger ship that was ultimately blamed for the loss of life on the Titanic. pic.twitter.com/IsI7DKaUmV
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It was acting somewhat odd around the time of the titanic’s voyage. carrying no passengers,  it steamed into the middle of the Atlantic, stopped and waited. It’s only cargo was 3000 woollen blankets and jumpers.
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Hermansyah @besokataulusa 11/12/2018 13:48:00 WIB
sedih gue threadnya bhs inggris :'(
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