‘Titanic’ director James Cameron on the ‘catastrophic implosion’ of Titan submersible: “I’m struck by the similarity of the Titanic disaster itself, where the captain was repeatedly warned about ice ahead of his ship and yet he steamed at full speed into an ice field.” pic.twitter.com/vO8JkCXS5f— ABC News (@ABC) June 22, 2023
It appears #OceanGate CEO Stockton Rush cut corners and repeatedly ignored safety warnings — and because of that, he got himself and four others killed.I feel bad for all involved, especially the father and his son. He left behind a wife and daughter. Sad. — Alana Mastrangelo (@ARmastrangelo) June 22, 2023
Maybe DEI didn’t kill them.Maybe OceanGate Expeditions CEO Stockton Rush was just sick of experienced engineers telling him his cheap sub design was a death trap. So he used DEI as a smokescreen to replace them with inexperienced yass men designers who’d do what he want pic.twitter.com/Jseuoh5wbl — Sean Kelly (@skenzyme) June 22, 2023
It remains unknown if retrieving the remains of those who died aboard the vessel is possible, given the depth of the Titan’s debris field. What remains of the craft is sitting roughly 12,500 feet below sea level on the floor of the North Atlantic. This article appeared originally on The Western Journal.
You don’t have to be a materials engineer to wonder why Stockton Rush — but no one else — uses a carbon fiber sub, especially when his startup’s main innovation is: how to build a cheap sub that can fit touristsAnd ESPECIALLY when he refuses to have any kind of certification pic.twitter.com/LrkVAc9XzB — Dan Nguyen (@dancow) June 22, 2023