WATCH: Never-Before-Seen Footage of Titanic Wreck From 1986 Dive

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Rare footage from the July 1986 dive exploring the sunken wreck the R.M.S. Titanic was released tonight. The more than 80 minutes of footage was shared by the Woods Hole Oceanic Institution of Massachusetts on its YouTube page at 7:30 p.m. ET.

In 1985, an oceanographer from WHOI, Robert Ballard, teamed up with French explorer Jean-Louis Michel to locate debris from the wreckage roughly 400 miles off the coast of Newfoundland. Their team took a deep-ocean submersible called Alvin to the ocean floor the next year, sending a small camera named Jason Jr. inside the wreck.

“I never looked down at the Titanic. I looked up at the Titanic. Nothing was small,” Ballard told the Associated Press of the experience.

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  1. April 14, 1912 was the sinking of the Titanic. In 1913 the Federal Reserve Bank was created.

    The ship was made to get rid of 3 of the wealthiest people on earth (Benjamin Gugenheim, Isaac Strauss, Jacob Astor) who were against the creation of Federal Reserve. These men were invited for the voyage. The captain agreed to this “mission” and headed full speed into an iceberg, sinking the boat to the bottom of the North Atlantic ocean and killing 1,500 innocent people. Now that the wealthy opposition was out of the way the Federal Reserve was created and the USA was turned into an incorporated business.

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  2. Claim:
    The sinking of the Titanic was somehow orchestrated by its owner, American financier J.P. Morgan, in order to kill three prominent businessmen who opposed the formation of the Federal Reserve.
    On Sept. 13, 2022, a Telegram user shared a baseless meme that hinted the sinking of the Titanic was an inside job. It read, “These men opposed globalist’s world banks (Federal Reserve). Benjamin Guggenheim, Isidor Straus, [and John] Jacob Astor [all] opposed the new Federal Reserve bank. Today, these men would be worth $11 billion. All three of these men were aboard the Titanic when it sank. All three died that night.”

    Result: FALSE
    According to the TinEye reverse image search website, this meme had been shared since at least 2014.
    It’s true that American businessman Benjamin Guggenheim, Macy’s co-owner Isidor Straus, and fur magnate and real estate developer John Jacob Astor all perished in the sinking of the Titanic. However, the overall claim intimated by the meme was nothing more than a baseless conspiracy theory.

    The misleading meme appears to have been born out of previous ones that mentioned American financier J.P. Morgan. Morgan owned the companies that managed the Titanic and was not a passenger on its maiden voyage.

    Past memes suggested that Morgan had somehow miraculously orchestrated the voyage to end in tragedy in order to kill Guggenheim, Straus, and Astor.
    According to the memes, Morgan’s supposed reason for planning the demise of the three prominent men was because they all opposed the formation of the Federal Reserve. (The centralized banking system was established in 1913, the year after the sinking of the Titanic.)

    The meme in question also said, “Today, these men would be worth $11 billion.” However, it’s unclear how much each of the men’s descendants would be worth today had they survived.

    In March 2021, Reuters published a thorough report that debunked the rumor behind all of the memes on this subject. The article included an interview with a Titanic expert named George Behe, whose research into the history of Titanic goes all the way back to the 1970s. According to Behe, there is no known evidence that showed Guggenheim, Straus, or Astor opposed the formation of the Federal Reserve. In fact, in 1911, The New York Times reported that Astor was very much in favor of the idea.

    Further, Reuters published that it’s widely agreed upon by experts that the sinking of the Titanic was an accident. The ship struck an iceberg on the night of April 14, 1912. Within hours, more than 1,500 people had died.


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