After the Titan tragedy, I’m sure British citizen Chris Brown will rely even more on his own perception of things. I was going to board the Oceangate submersible, but the submersible left behind at the last hour. el titan looked like some chapusero, no le dio confinza. He tells the company, “I can’t get up to this thing”.
Chris Brown, 61, is a digital marketing veteran in the United Kingdom. He is (was) a friend of British billionaire Hamish Harding, one of the five people who lost their lives during the Titan explosion. My friend Shared Holidays on Richard Branson’s Private Island And after a few beers he decided to pay the 10% guarantee to visit the remains of the Titanic, he explains. daily Mail.
In 2018, Brown went to the Bahamas to see part of the process of testing the bathyscaphe. And I wish that I had no happiness. “Un Poco Chapuceras” written on various parts of Titan, Also, it so happened that during that test I made a lightning bolt, I made sure to pop all the electronic components of the submarine.
I learned that they used old scaffolding poles to ballast the submarine and its controls were based on commands from a computer game.
“I learned that they used old scaffolding poles to ballast the submarine and its control was based on computer rig commands”, he declared. Sun, “If you want to build your own submarine, you can probably use old Endymios strips, but it was a commercial ship“, reprimands the businessman at Ocean Gate.
Furthermore, in that 2018 essay, Brown found “small and narrow spaces” in the bathyscaphe. I don’t like some design elements, such as propulsors en el exterior con los cables all. I felt like I was in danger of being trapped”, he assured.
Who certifies this?
This entrepreneur did what he did at his company, a business analysis in the background. Who checked all that? “That’s what I really decided categorically refused to take any kind of certification, It seemed that he had no intention of getting a certificate to go down to those depths once and even more so”.
What really made me decide was the fact that they flatly refused to get any sort of certification.”
And once this millionaire paid off the bond, he finally decided to get off on an underwater adventure. “Finally he sent an electronic mail and he said: ‘I can’t reach this thing.’ I asked them to give me my money back because I wasn’t sure about it”, says Brown.
potentially “disastrous” consequences
However, Oceangate decided to pursue the certification. The company tells its potential customers that the Titan complies with DNV’s safety standards, despite the fact that In fact it was not subjected to its security controls, DNV is a well known certification body for the marine industry. In 2018, the Marine Technology Society accused the company of “misleading” the public.
Oceangate decided to obtain the certification, but it was not actually submitted to its security controls.
The Washington-based professional marine technology company wrote to OceanGate CEO Rush Stockton, advising him to take an “experimental” approach to Titan development. Could potentially have “disastrous” consequences, Today Stockton’s remains lie at the bottom of the ocean, probably near a small part of the Titanic.
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