HERE’S What Happened To The BODIES At IMPLOSION Of Submersible TITANJul 14, 2023
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implosionthe consequences are fatal today we take a look at
happenedto the passengers when their submarine reached the depth of Destruction t
hereare two critical crushing depths underwater the depth engineers say is the limit for diving and the depth at which a submarine actually implodes in the case of the Ocean Gate Titan the limit depth w
hereit could not withstand more pressure is four thousand meters but now we know that it has been destroyed before reaching that depth in fact the maximum that could have descended is 3800 meters On the seabed where the remains of the Shipwreck are found, there are several hypotheses as to why it is believed that the submarine did not hold out this time when it had already made multiple trips to the remains of the Titanic without suffering technical failures, which has. the greatest support and credibility comes from Titanic and Avatar director James Cameron, who designed his own submarine with the help of Australian engineers and now holds the record for the deepest voyage into the Mariana Trench, the deepest point in the ocean. , about 11,000 meters below sea level apart from having descended to the wreckage of the Titanic more than 30 times according to Cameron and confirmed by the Submersible Regulation Office carbon fiber the material with which the main hull of the
submersiblewas built no it has the specs to withstand thousands of pounds of pressure per square inch no matter how thick it is even though they made it five inches thick even though it's very strong it's still a composite material and doesn't have the same lifespan as
titanium and hardened steel that was used in Cameron's deep Challenger which is why with each ride it weakened to the point that it could no longer withstand and once cracked ended up disintegrating like a piece of ultra tempered glass under millions of tons of pressure unfortunately the Titan submarine disintegrates in a split second into scrap Just as the signal to the mother ship is lost and communication with the polar ship on the surface is cut off, pipes and fittings begin to fail as the fiber hull Carbon with
titanium parts creaks indicating structural failure as the hull rattles and creaks before collapsing, the
implosiondisintegrating. everyone on board in a millisecond, instead of slowly seeping into the water, they rush in, either trapping air in a bubble at one end of the
submersibleor generating so much heat that the hull implodes killing everyone inside, body parts they are among the rubble Rising up and now lying just a few feet from the Titanic it is very scary but comforting to know that the pain or suffering was minimal and it all happens so fast that the nerves are not fast enough to send signals to the brain so they feel it, it's basically like a Thanos snap.
To put it bluntly, the crew became a kind of human gravy in the blink of an eye. The anatomy behind this is that it takes time for information such as pain to travel through the nerves to the brain and be processed in the case of pain. approximately 100 milliseconds, that is, 99 milliseconds longer than the implosion took. The incredible thing is that it takes 13 milliseconds to process the visual images, which means that they disappeared before realizing
whatthey saw. There were five people in the titan submersible. Let's assume they weigh 80 kilos each, that means there are about 400 kilos of remains that have to go somewhere, so why do they say they won't find them?
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here s what happened to the bodies at implosion of submersible titan...
First, you have to take into account the heat because the submersible produces a giant air bubble inside. The pressure compresses it. that air and when that happens, it is heated approximately to the temperature of the Sun, about 5000 degrees Celsius, the exposure time is not enough to melt the remains of metals and other materials, but any living being would be immediately reduced to a paste being expelled at a speed very high, becoming available as food for other living beings, although it sounds horrible, it is where at some point we are all going to end up oh foreigner
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