Investigating the Titanic (Full Episode) | Drain the Oceans webfi


  • @lorandmolnar4613 on May 7, 2024

    Amazing technology and effort. Waste of time and money.

  • @chechebarela7342 on May 8, 2024

    Interesting video there is no permanent in this world in thousands of years I guess one day the titanic will be disappear.

  • @ShadrakJohn on May 8, 2024

    Draining water that two and a half miles deep.

  • @brewedawakening6577 on May 9, 2024

    I can still remember the time when my grandma told me that my grandpa tried to warn people the ship was going to sink. But no one listened. Undeterred, he went back and again warned everyone the ship was going to sink. Finally, people got so mad and called the theater manager and they kicked my grandpa out of the movie theater.

  • @user-uz7ir9sc1t on May 10, 2024

    There have to be some skeletal remains inside the ship somewhere. Passengers who were trapped within various decks may well have sought refuge in the walk-in freezers of the kitchens on the Titanic, perhaps thinking water could not penetrate them because of their thick walls. I have seen parts of skeletal remains on the sea bed in the debris field of Titanic, human bones of legs and feet, still in their rotting clothes and boots and shoes. I would not be shocked if skulls will be discovered some day within Titanic. Skulls of the Titanic.

  • @TheLaggnater on May 12, 2024

    Why no one talking about da Britannic and Lustania for me they are more tragic

  • @devonwulf4467 on May 12, 2024


  • @mayflowerlash11 on May 13, 2024

    I don't think the size of the debris field indicates when the bow and stern separated. The bow clearly descended bow first as the mound of sea floor pushed up by the bow indicates. The stern descended either forward end down or at least horizontally as is indicated by the blown out hull plates and the lack of penetration into the sea floor. As the stern descended forward down the hull was open to the sea and items as big as boilers separated from the hull and tumbled out. These items create the debris field around the stern section. The smaller debris field around the bow is simply due to the hull containing all the loose items inside.
    Finally, if the two sections had separated at some depth on the way down, why are the 2 sections so far apart on the sea floor? The separation occur near the surface, perhaps not at the surface but close to the surface.
    Survivors accounts of the sinking are unfortunately contradictory. This is to be expected due to the trauma of the moment and the different perspectives of each survivor. Some were certain it broke in two at the surface, others were certain it slipped under basically whole.
    Perhaps a computer model can shown how the sections sank from the surface to the ocean floor.

  • @riogrande5761 on May 14, 2024

    Nargeolet, featured in this video, died aboard the Titan Submersible when it imploded in 2023.

  • @FajarShafiq on May 17, 2024

    Bro voice:โ€ฆ.. background music:๐Ÿ“ˆ๐Ÿ“ˆ๐Ÿ“ˆ๐Ÿ“ˆ

  • @EazymoneyBicch on May 17, 2024

    Here's a fun fact: Only 3 of the stacks were ACTUALLY used. The 4th was for decoration ONLY cause the designer thought it would look more appealing.

  • @shredd1190 on May 19, 2024

    The demise was stopping the ship.

  • @PCILM on May 20, 2024

    The intro of this program was as long as the sinking itself.

  • @corisson88 on May 20, 2024

    Use this technology to find MH370.

  • @michaelcurtis8114 on May 21, 2024

    One of the stacks on the ship was a dummy stack. It's purpose was to make the ship look more astounding.

  • @franklinwarner1086 on May 21, 2024

    the first time ever heard sown bird before it ๐Ÿ˜ข๐Ÿ˜ฎ

  • @franklinwarner1086 on May 21, 2024


  • @perlerani on May 22, 2024

    One day i was in the sea and i sa sa the Titanic

  • @johnfoster7626 on May 23, 2024

    What about the piece of the keel that was found?

  • @tonitaclifton1093 on May 24, 2024

    this helped with my essay thanksโ˜บ

  • @zenithpitoral3734 on May 28, 2024

    Wrong, Titanic is at 3,800 Depth.
    And also, Fun Fact, Titanic departed to UK, France, Back to Ireland, ( I don't know what is the low Ireland region )
    And New York ( Never reached ).
    Also, There is a ship which is Small and one Funnel is red, It is the R.M.S Carpathia.
    It sank at 500 depth.
    Also, Reserved That there is 2 sister ships before and after her.
    1. Olympic ( Never Sank But Scrapped )
    This ship sank a U-Boat.
    2. Britannic ( Sunk by a Mine )
    As before, but she was a majestic hospital ship named H.M.H.S Britannic after, but WWI rages on.
    She struck a mine near Zea ( Meaning: Kea island )
    And sank.
    Also. This ship remains to be unsinkable but she sank
    At the east coast of New Foundland. And also. R.M.S Carpathia sank by 2 Torpedoes.

  • @philipberthiaume2314 on May 31, 2024

    Nargeolet, who is interviewed in this video, was one of the victims in the Titan implosion.

  • @VictorGarcia-tp4to on June 2, 2024

    USA bladadadah…….

  • @ElkoJohn on June 2, 2024

    the tear was 30 ft. long x 4.4 inches wide = 11 sq.ft.
    this sank the Titanic?

  • @DAMNSUN6947DJ on June 3, 2024

    Could you imagine being able to walk around this within VR at scale…c'mon that would be insane.

  • @deenell9039 on June 6, 2024

    The ship broke apart at the surface. The nose section tilted almost straight down at separation. A boat underwater won't break apart.

  • @Aphrodite_please on June 6, 2024

    It was a frightening thing not knowing when exactly the goddess Aphrodite was going to scoop up the titanic in her spoon and consume me

  • @drcrocodile1 on June 6, 2024

    Hmm aren't there hundreds of eyewitness accounts of the ship breaking up on the surface as it sank?