US Navy Detected Titanic Sub Implosion; Director Cameron Says “OceanGate Were Warned”

Internetby sagnika sinha23 June 2023

US Navy Detected Titanic Sub Implosion

James Cameron, a film director, claims that his sources in the deep-sea exploration industry also detected a “loud bang.” The US Navy has stated that it detected an “anomaly” that was likely the Titan’s fatal implosion shortly after the submersible went missing.

The 1997 film Titanic’s director, James Cameron, told the BBC that he felt the loss of the Titan submersible “in my bones.”

Cameron has made 33 dives to the Titanic’s wreck. He claimed that he wasn’t aware of the sub’s disappearance until Monday because he was aboard a ship on Sunday.

When he learned that the sub had lost both its navigation and communication at the same time, he said he immediately suspected a disaster.

In an interview with the BBC Cameron mentioned, “And I said instantly you can’t lose comms and navigation together without an extreme catastrophic event, highly energetic catastrophic event.”

“I felt in my bones what had happened. For the sub’s electronics to fail and its communication system to fail, and its tracking transponder to fail simultaneously – sub’s gone,” the legendary Titanic director added.

After the Titan was first reported lost while traveling to the Titanic’s wreck, the navy looked at its acoustic data. According to a statement, it discovered an anomaly that was “consistent with an implosion or explosion in the general vicinity of where the Titan submersible was operating when communications were lost.”

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Sagnika Sinha is a content writer who is passionate about writing travel vlogs, entertainment and celebrity articles and literature-based pieces. With a 4 years experience in teaching, she loves reading books. A procrastinator by nature, she loves travelling, listening to music, planting and gardening.

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