Interesting Facts

After hitting an iceberg during it's maiden voyage, the Titanic stayed afloat for less than 3 hours. Rivets used during the time of the manufacturing of the Titanic and many of America's modern megastructures were fit using a technique which heats the rivet and hammered through holes which then cooled and contracted, pulling together anything it was attached to. As the rivets popped out on the Titanic after impact, it allowed for a zipper like opening of the ship which allowed water to flush inw...

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