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Titanic-Celine-'My heart will go on'and the seaTitanic is making his last trip
Posted 26 November 2004 - 12:57 PM
Evryone one saw probably Titanic and most of you were very impressed by this movie.But how would it be without Celine?
What is the importance,in your opinion, in the economy of this movie?
Titanic once again is going to New York.Our last wish is that this great trip to last forever.
Celine's words are still on my mind,I can hear her pure voice wispering into my years the song os the blue sea.My heart will go on is the oda of the ocean,on the bottom of it are my dreams and my soul.
But what if Di Caprio would have managed to escape?Would you have still cryed?But he is alive,just like the memory of Titanic,will always live in my dreams and every night before I go to bed I will watch the stars and I will see Titanic going on his paths amoung the shines stars.
Be blessed Celine and may peace bless this world!!
Posted 26 November 2004 - 01:48 PM
"Music touches every sense. It can move you to tears, bring joy to your heart, stir sexual passion, evoke memories, and prompt physical responses of all kinds." -Benoît Jutras
Posted 26 November 2004 - 05:07 PM
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Posted 27 November 2004 - 10:29 AM
CelineSmiles, on Nov 26 2004, 09:48 PM, said:
This movie is palyed all over the world now,in Europe theu are still playing it at TV.And there so many countries that never saw it and I think is a pitty.They all deserve to see such a great movie.
When I said that Titanic is making his last trip it was something spiritual.Probably here is the last place where Titanic is still alive.he lives through our minds.
I am thinking at that movie all the time.sometimes I am trying to make my own ending.How it will be if there wouldn't have survived anyone?
the truth is that there was no vurvivor and this is way I was thinking how far is the movie from truth.
Peace into your soul
Posted 27 November 2004 - 10:36 AM
These technologies revealed that the Titanic rests 3,800 meters below the surface. You would have to stack from top to bottom more than 12 Eiffel towers (300 meters tall) to reach the surface of the water from the wreckage. The enormous pressure (380 bars) at this depth precludes exploration of the site without the aid of sophisticated underwater devices designed especially for deep waters. Thanks to his partnership with Ifremer, the French Oceanographic Institute, and the Institute of Oceanography, P. P. Shirshov of the Moscow-based RMS Titanic Inc. had access to this technology.
Six expeditions were undertaken during the summers of 1987, 1993, 1994, 1996, 1998 and 2000. Their goal was to retrieve objects from the wreckage site. RMS Titanic, Inc. carried out a sixth expedition from 26 July to 23 August 2000, a period during which more than 800 objects were recovered in 28 diving operations. Among those objects included parts of the ship and personal effects – like jewellery, letters, and perfume – as well as plates and silverware of the White Star Line.
Posted 27 November 2004 - 10:38 AM
Two arms and a clamp
At this depth, darkness is complete. The pilot must turn on spotlights and a motor, powered by batteries, which lets the appendages move above the seabed in a lighted area measuring a few square meters. Your only means of direct observation is three portholes that provide a wide-angle view through the use of six spotlights, combining visual range and colour rendering.
You arrive! Before you unfold mysteries lying in the abyss, beyond reality. You can recover objects using two robust and precise robotic arms that can be equipped with clamps for large objects or suction cups for more delicate materials. The objects must be placed into a basket attached to the front of the submarine.
Posted 27 November 2004 - 10:38 AM
Combining electrolysis, chemical baths, and intuition, the curators extract corrosive minerals from each object – such as salt and sulphur – in order to prepare them for study and exhibition.
Even as you read this, the Titanic is being slowly eaten away by iron-consuming microbes. The preservation of objects is the best way to guard the memory and history of the more that 2,200 passengers and crewmembers. If the objects are not recovered in the near future, some of the most delicate among them will disintegrate and be dispersed at the bottom of the ocean.
Object preservation: small miracles
It was unavoidable that the objects in the Titanic would degrade and decompose on contact with air. Removing them from the dark, icy ocean would disturb the equilibrium that protected them. So, it was necessary to establish a new equilibrium, this time in air. And to do that, process the objects according to their individual characteristics: metal, porcelain, ivory, leather, paper, etc.
Electricité de France (EDF) Foundation, among other preservation laboratories, responded to this challenge. For Noël Lacoudre and his "Object Healers" team, specialists in electrochemistry and conservators from the EDF laboratory in Saint-Denis, the challenge was not met easily: at the time, no one had previously processed objects resting in deep parts of the ocean. During the treatment of more than 1,800 objects found around the Titanic wreckage, the crew of Ifremer’s Nautile was able to perfect an innovative technique that uses electrophoresis for stabilising leathers and paper.
Here are several images from the book, Les Objets du Titanic, illustrating the long process that brought objects from the bottom of the sea to the exhibition display case: Start the slide show
* Les Objects du Titanic : La Memoire des Abîmes [The Objects of the Titanic: Memories in Darkness], Jacques Montluçon and Noël Lacoudre, Hermé JFG: 1989.
Posted 27 November 2004 - 10:40 AM
Offspring of the Titanic identified
In 2002, more than 90 years after the shipwrecking, and for the first time in the Titanic’s history, science was used as the ultimate tool to discover the identity of one of 43 unidentified victims. Thanks to the Paleo-DNA Laboratory of Lakehead University (Ontario, Canada), which possesses one of the few existing machines in the world capable of extracting and amplifying degraded DNA from ancient samples, it was possible to identify a 13-month-old boy, discovered floating in a life preserver after the sinking of the Titanic. Buried in the Halifax Cemetery (Canada), his body was exhumed to establish his genetic profile. It was comparable to that of a Finish woman, the grand niece of the child’s mother. The researchers identified this family by the process of elimination after reviewing the ship’s passenger list. The young Finish child, who perished along with his mother and four brothers, was named Eino Vijami Panula.
(Sources: Alain Dufief)
Wednesday, 05 February 2003
The passengers of the Titanic died of hypothermia, not drowning
Most of the passengers of the Titanic, discovered floating with their life preservers on, apparently could have been saved. They, in fact, did not drown, but reached a state of hypothermia, according to a letter of an American physician to the medical journal, Lancet. The steamship, Carpathia, which reached the area of the disaster one hour and fifty minutes after the Titanic’s shipwrecking, only helped passengers found in the lifeboats and left for dead all those who were drifting in the ocean (at 2.2 °C), even if their heads were above the water, explains Dr M. R. Shetty of Mount Prospect, Illinois.
Since the sinking of the Titanic, at least 17 people who spent extended periods in freezing water, and were first considered drowned, were able to be revived using warming techniques and cardiopulmonary resuscitation, as reported in a British weekly publication of 01 February 2002. "Complete recovery is possible, even after being submerged for 40 minutes," the report underscored.
The sinking of the British ocean liner, Titanic, on 15 April 1912, a ship widely believed unsinkable, resulted in more than 1,500 deaths; 711 people managed to escape that fate. The vessel transported 2,201 people, but was equipped with 3,560 life preservers, suggesting that everyone who died could have been wearing one. However, the 1,489 people who fell into the water were officially declared dead from drowning, asserted the American physician.
(Sources: AFP, Paris)
Posted 29 November 2004 - 05:52 PM
Posted 02 December 2004 - 10:49 AM
Koolan, on Nov 27 2004, 01:07 AM, said:
Guys, actually, I strongly believe it's the other way around...
Posted 02 December 2004 - 11:17 AM
Posted 02 December 2004 - 12:29 PM
blue_angel19, on Dec 3 2004, 01:17 AM, said:
I think MHWGO and Movie Titanic helped each other and can't be splited.
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