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  • Writer's pictureChristopher Fagan

Titanic Submersible Tragedy


During a conversation, the topic of the recent rescue mission for the missing U.S. Navy submersible came up. The discussion revolved around an article that one person had found, which stated that the submersible, called the Titan, had experienced a catastrophic implosion during its mission to view the wreckage of the Titanic. The group speculated that there would be no way for any of the crew to survive such an implosion and that bodies would likely not be found due to the explosive nature of the event.


The conversation then shifted to a discussion about the controversy surrounding the billionaire passengers on the submersible. Some members of the group felt that people were too quick to mock and dismiss their plight because of their wealth and privilege. Others pointed out that these individuals were well aware of the risks involved in the mission, and that they were being reckless and foolish with their lives. The group also talked about how the media coverage of the mission seemed to highlight the plight of the wealthy passengers while ignoring the struggles of less privileged groups who face similar dangers but receive little attention.


The group also discussed the potential consequences of the incident for the future of submersible missions. Some members of the group expressed concern that the event would cause a backlash against submersible research, while others felt that it would ultimately lead to greater safety precautions and more responsible behavior from those involved. The conversation ended with a call to action for greater empathy and understanding between different social groups, and a hope that tragedies like this one could be avoided in the future.

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