Global warming isn’t just some unfortunate consequence of modern society – we’re doing it on purpose. For revenge.
The first photo of the mountainous iceberg that destroyed the Titanic — and sent 1,514 of her passengers to a watery grave in the frigid North Atlantic — has finally surfaced.
A century after the supposedly unsinkable ship went down in the inky darkness on April 15, 1912, a picture showing the killer berg floating on a still and frozen horizon is up for auction.
Racing to the rescue as England’s pride and joy went down on her maiden voyage was the RMS Carpathia…It was on board the Carpathia that passenger Mabel Fenwick captured the floating ice mass that took down the great ship. The hull of one of the Titanic’s lifeboats can be seen in the top right corner of the historic image.
Here’s the picture:
Just look at that smug bastard, will you? Just floating on by. With that smirk. As if nothing had happened at all.
Makes your skin crawl, doesn’t it? Okay, that’s it: I’m going outside and running my car’s engine, just to show that iceberg it can’t just $%&@! with the human race and expect to get away with it.