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Who is to blame for the sinking of the Titanic? Captain Smith or the Wirless Operators?

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I believe that Captain Smith is to blame for the sinking of the Titanic. He ignored the first warning completely. Still, after two more warnings he didn't seem to have any worries, (this was probably based on the fact that the Titanic was also called Unsinkable, and many people believed that it couldn't sink!) Finally, as the ship faced an iceberg, Captain Smith starting warning passengers, but not everybody could be saved. Children and women of first class got to get on the first couple lifeboats, but as a captain, Captain Smith felt that it was an honor to sink down with the Titanic! I would love to hear who you think is to blame!

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I blame the iceberg. 

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Nobody really. It was just a freak accident. They thought that it was unsinkable for a reason, and that's probably why captain smith didn't do anything until he came across it.

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I blame Captain Smith. If he had a warning, he should have acted on it.

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Captian smith. He could have prevented it and when the ship was sinking he could have done something about all the people. Like they could have put more people in the boats. Also they could have used furniture that flout and put the people on it. There was so much he could have done.



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Its all the iceberg's fault...



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Yupp, that iceberg brought the people down.    #TeamIceberg


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Both the iceberg, and the captain. 
But you can't really blame the iceberg, because I'm sure if it knew a ship was coming it would have moved. But it didn't. Why you ask? Because It's a iceberg. ._.


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90% of icebergs come from the glaciers of western Greenland... it floated a really long way.
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... because I'm sure if it knew a ship was coming it would have moved. But it didn't. Why you ask? Because It's a iceberg. ._.


But what if it couldnt move, just slowly float in that one spot?
I dont think it wanted to be smashed into the side of a huge steel cruise ship.. Ouch.

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