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Moon Implicated in Titanic Disaster?

Conditions were perfect for the Titanic's maiden voyage across the Atlantic, one hundred years ago. Still, we all know that the ship crashed in to a massive iceberg and slipped in to the deep, taking more than 15-hundred people with her. While human error was to blame, researchers are now suggesting nature may have led the liner to her tragic end. Michael Bhardwaj has that story.

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