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in 1986 one of the first expeditions to the wreck of the ship that sank on April 15, 1912, happened to take a photograph of the starboard propellor. One of the blades is sitting bolt upright, and unmistakably visible on it, almost as clear as the day it was stamped there, is the number “401.” The Titanic–the real Titanic.
Originally posted by AlchemistSwami
reply to post by jude11
you are correct, you aren't understanding things here, but I do think you read 30 percent and thought hmmm