The world’s most famous sunken wreck becomes a boon for deep-sea microbiologists.
By Gregory MonePosted 07.22.2004 at 12:00 pm 0 Comments
Oceanographer Robert Ballard is returning to the Titanic, but it’s not the same sunken ship he found in 1985. The deep ocean has been steadily dismantling the once-great cruise liner, and scientists say the process is unlike any they’ve ever seen. “Even if we could stop it, I wouldn’t,”says forensic archaeologist Charles Pellegrino.