How did Titanic sink? Surprising revelation 108 years later
A new discovery has emerged regarding the sinking of the Titanic in the North Atlantic, which has revealed the real cause of the sinking of the ship 108 years later.
A study published in the foreign journal Weather revealed that on the night of April 14, 1912, a temporary rupture in the Earth’s magnetic field caused the Titanic to sink.
According to the report, the Titanic sank in an avalanche shortly before midnight on April 14, 1912. Research has indicated that the accident occurred because of a temporary disruption in the Earth’s magnetic field.
The avalanche damaged six Titanic waterproof compartments and sank just two hours later, with 1,500 passengers still on board.
New research on the Titanic was carried out by meteorologist Mela Zhenkova, who said eyewitnesses saw strong northern lights in the sky after the Titanic collided with an avalanche.
The testimony of Northern Lights was also given by James Best, second officer of RMS Carpetha, in his log on the night of April 14, 1912. RMS Carpetha was the ship that rescued 705 passengers of the Titanic on the morning of April 15. Yes, James Best said, the light of the Northern Lights shone like the moon.
In his research, James Best said that these lights are formed by solar storms caused by the rapid emission of particles from the sun and that the lights appear when they collide with the Earth’s atmosphere.