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February 27, 2013
breakingnews:

Titanic 2?
NBC News: Just over a century after the Titanic sank to the bottom of the North Atlantic, an Australian billionaire has officially floated plans to build a successor.
Clive Palmer, chairman of Brisbane-based Blue Star Line, revealed blueprints for Titanic II, a ‘full-scale re-creation’ of the illustrious, if ill-fated, ship at a press conference on the Intrepid Air, Sea & Space Museum in New York.
Photo: This handout provided by Blue Star Line shows a computer-generated image of Australian mining tycoon Clive Palmer’s plans for a “Titanic II” near-replica cruise ship. (Handout / Getty Images)

I saw “Titanic 2" already. No need to remake.

breakingnews:

Titanic 2?

NBC News: Just over a century after the Titanic sank to the bottom of the North Atlantic, an Australian billionaire has officially floated plans to build a successor.

Clive Palmer, chairman of Brisbane-based Blue Star Line, revealed blueprints for Titanic II, a ‘full-scale re-creation’ of the illustrious, if ill-fated, ship at a press conference on the Intrepid Air, Sea & Space Museum in New York.

Photo: This handout provided by Blue Star Line shows a computer-generated image of Australian mining tycoon Clive Palmer’s plans for a “Titanic II” near-replica cruise ship. (Handout / Getty Images)

I saw “Titanic 2" already. No need to remake.

10:00 // 1 year ago
March 20, 2012
Ever wonder what the ruins of the Titanic look like up close? Thanks to National Geographic, wonder no longer. Some stellar visuals gathered here, all thanks to the very difficult work of the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, which spent many months poring over the below-the-ocean work. Oh, and spend a nice long while poring over the gallery. Trust us.

Ever wonder what the ruins of the Titanic look like up close? Thanks to National Geographic, wonder no longer. Some stellar visuals gathered here, all thanks to the very difficult work of the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, which spent many months poring over the below-the-ocean work. Oh, and spend a nice long while poring over the gallery. Trust us.

23:40 // 2 years ago