posted on Jul, 26 2012 @ 07:38 PM
Originally posted by r2d246
Look, your not listening or something.....
Yes, you are not listening to something. He is not arguing about passengers knowing the difference. We know beyond a shadow of a doubt what both ships
look like and their differences in appearance. That being said, the point is the pictures from the launch, WITH ALL PASSENGERS ON IT SAILING AWAY,
indeed matches perfectly to the Titanic and not the Olympic. Unless they forced all those passengers onto another ship mid-voyage then there is no
possibility for it to be the Olympic.
Please, explain to me how with, 100% photographic evidence, that we see the Titanic in the pictures with passengers on it sailing away. No switch was
done prior, only leaving the option of a mid-voyage switch which you have made zero mention of.
Also, you completely ignored someones point about the thousands of workers who worked on the ships. To keep that many people under wraps or paid off
would be a monumental task and even then someone would have came out about it through years. It's not just about a switch on passengers but so many
different people, also i assume the boat was also inspected plenty as it was built and finished before it was sent to sea.
Lastly, what do you make of the all the Olympic's voyages, retirement, sold away, and ultimately scrapped. Certainly someone over those 20 years would
have realized this was a different ship than the Titanic as they worked on and used the ship. Plus, even though they faced massive amounts of legal
fines and all that for what they did, it actually was great PR for them as it just showed their so-called "unsinkable" nature. So, the damage to the
ship wasn't all bad for the company.
edit on 26-7-2012 by deathlord because: added a point