Newly discovered Titanic photos offer clues to why it sank so quickly

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Unless you’ve been living under a rock or never watched the romance between Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet unfold on screen, you know about the Titanic. Big boat plus a thick chunk of ice equals a broken boat and floating bodies. There’s nothing else to blame except for an unfortunate interaction in the ongoing battle between man and nature. But is there more to the story? Do we dare ask how a ship — believed to be “unsinkable” — ended up at the bottom of the ocean while going full speed in an iceberg field? Something’s not adding up. New evidence suggests that there might be a much bigger story behind the demise of the Titanic, evidence that hasn’t come to light until now — 106 years later.