I don't get it. I sunk. It's gone. We know why. Why do people keep sinking money into the ocean to go "solve the mysteries"? We don't need any more info for ship building purposes. We know what went wrong, we build ships differently now. There have been countless wrecks since that have been studied. We have radar and sonar to avoid impacts and lighter stronger materials. I get that it was a unique story. I get that it captivated the world. But it was forever ago. None of these mysteries matter. It doesn't matter if two guys disagree over where the cracks started or where pieces broke off and fell in the ocean. It doesn't matter if some guy was having an affair on the voyage. All these "researchers" just seem like the guys at the gunshop who have to fight over stupid minutia about which barrel is gonna get shot out faster or which gun helps you acquire your sight picture that fraction of a second sooner when the SHTF... Just pig headed people wasting small fortunes to further their silly d-measuring contest. I wish they'd argue about who could build a better water purifier for villages in third world countries instead of weather the bow of the ship was at 90 degrees or 87 degrees when it sank. I'm almost done, I promise. But it's also hilarious to me that a bunch of countries agreed to "protect" the WRECKAGE from destructive exploration. We (humans) screwed up and sunk a monsterous ship full of things that have no natural place in the ocean and now we take steps to make sure those things stay there forever. God forbid we remove any of that mess little by little at least while we're down there anyway to "solve mysteries". We should do that on highways too.