“Titan’s Tears: The Tragic Tale of Expedition
“Silent Sorrows: The Fatal Journey of Titan’s Forsaken.
In the early morning hours of April 15, 1912, the RMS Titanic, the grandest ship of its time, met its tragic fate in the icy waters of the North Atlantic. The sinking of the Titanic claimed the lives of over 1,500 people, leaving a lasting impact on the collective memory of the event. However, amidst the stories of those who perished, there were also those who narrowly missed boarding the ill-fated ship.To me spending a lot of money just to see one hundred and eleven year old wreckage of Titanic is just unwise action taken by very intellectual billionaire.to visit the wreck of the Titanic which sank in the North Atlantic in 1912 after hitting an iceberg. The dive, which would have taken the travelers to a depth of 3,800 meters (12,500 feet) began on the morning of June 18, 2023 and was expected to last eight hours. After about an hour and a half of descent, the Titan lost contact with the surface vessel MV Polar Prince. Search and rescue operations included air and sea support from the United States, Canada, and France. The Titan, operated by the U.S.-based company OceanGate Expeditions, had been missing since it lost contact with its surface support ship on 15th June 2023 morning about an hour, 45 minutes into what should have been a two-hour dive to the world’s most famous shipwreck.five men aboard the Titan, including the company’s founder and chief executive officer, Stockton Rush, who was piloting the Titan The four others were British billionaire and explorer Hamish Harding, 58; Pakistani-born businessman Shahzada Dawood, 48, and his 19-year-old son, Suleman, both British citizens; and French oceanographer and renowned Titanic expert Paul-Henri Nargeolet, 77, who had visited the wreck many times.These five person were real explorers and had a spirit of adventure and passion for discovery in deep sea. My heart (author zaka ) is with these 5 souls and all the member of their families at this tragic time.
“Abyss of Regret: Remembering the Fallen Heroes of Titan“...Five passengers aboard the titan were presumed dead after official determined the submersible experiences a catastrophic implosion.
Dawood and his family left their London residence and went to Canada for a month. Shahzada, with a “lifelong passion for science and discovery, booked himself and his 19-year-old son Suleman tickets for Father’s Day weekend to cruise the Titanic submarine.Dawood was the vice chairman of Engro, a Pakistani energy investment company, and the Dawood Hercules Corp., an investment and holdings firm. He had expertise in mergers and acquisitions in companies across industries, such as textiles, fertilizers, foods and energy.Shahzada was married to Christine Dawood, who works as a coach and psychologist. Christine, originally from Germany, holds two MSc qualifications in Occupational and Business Psychology and Consulting and Coaching for Change.It is pertinent to mention here that Christine left her engineering career after surviving a near-fatal plane crash in 2019, which profoundly impacted her perspective on life.His son Suleman 19 year studying of Strathclyde in Glasgow, Scotland also died in this expedition.In 2012, Dawood was recognized as a Young Global Leader by the World Economic Forum. Dawood addressed the United Nations in 2020 on the International Day of Women and Girls in Science.Dawood family belong to Me mom Community which is considered Business tycon in Pakistan.During Covid-19 Dawood group donated One Billion Pak Rupees to Imran Khan in Corona fund.
five men aboard the Titan, including the company’s founder and chief executive officer, Stockton Rush, who was piloting the The four others were British billionaire and explorer Hamish Harding, 58; Pakistani-born businessman Shahzada Dawood, 48, and his 19-year-old son, Suleman, both British citizens; and French oceanographer and renowned Titanic expert Paul-Henri Nargeolet, 77, who had visited the wreck dozens of times.Authorities have said the Titanic-touring submersible that went missing on Sunday suffered a “catastrophic implosion,” killing all five people on board while descending to explore the wreckage of the famous ship.
“The Mourning Skies of Titan: A Heartbreaking Saga of Exploration Gone Wrong”
According to Cpt.Jamie Frederick of the first coast Guard ,It is very complex search , and the unified team is working around the clock,He added that an underwater robot had started searching in the vicinity of the Titanic and that there was a push to get salvage equipment to the scene in case the sub is found.Moreover Three C-17 transport planes from the U.S. military have been used to move commercial submersible and support equipment from Buffalo, New York, to St. John’s, Newfoundland, to aid in the search.The search for missing Titan submersible captured the world wide reports from ” mysterious banging noises to estimate of how much Oxygen may have been left in the under water Vessel.
“OK, let’s think about it: the weird-ass submarine goes to the Titanic and goes missing with a submarine full of billionaires,” one person said in a video posted June 22 on Instagram. “They’re alive. They never got on that ship. There’s no shot that all those billionaires just coincidentally were on the same ship. Let’s look into their financials. Let’s look into their legal dealings. Has nobody watched a movie? This is gonna be a massive scandal — fraud. They’re escaping something, they’ve done something terrible — they’re billionaires so obviously they’ve done something terrible. And this ‘submarine’ never happened. They faked their own deaths.” Titan submersible passengers had to sign a waiver that mentioned death several time.Sine catastrophic presumed implosion of the Titan submersible .It has been pointed out that the Ocean gate passengers were required to sign a waiver acknowledging that they could die.
MY PRAYER FOR ALL THE FIVE VICTIMS.
Dear Heavenly God, we humbly come before You with heavy hearts, lifting up the victims of the tragic events on Titan. May Your comforting presence surround them and their families, providing strength and solace. Grant healing to the injured, peace to the departed, and resilience to the affected community.