Submarine Search Finds Noises Underwater

According to a report, there was optimism for the survival of the five people aboard the vanishing tourist submarine after one of the sonar planes hunting for it detected sounds last week.

The U.S. Coast Guard disclosed that Canadian aircraft detected underwater sounds in the search area, but further attempts did not yield any positive results, and the search continued. 

Though it’s plausible that submerged personnel beating on a ship’s hull to be picked up by sonar was what the crew heard, no one in authority had verified this.

Multiple sonar-equipped search planes and ships had been sent by Canadian and US maritime authorities and navies, and diving medical and rescue specialists had been stationed nearby.

Last Sunday, while attempting a dive to the Titanic wreckage more than two miles below the ocean’s surface, the Titan submarine vanished. The Titanic wreckage site is approximately 370 nautical miles off Newfoundland’s shore.

The vessel and its five passengers had been out of contact, and the outcome was unclear. The submarine had enough oxygen for four days, but there was probably a mere 24 hours left as of last Sunday.

On Tuesday, a lawsuit from 2018 was revealed, accusing OceanGate, the ship’s operator and manufacturer, of not caring about safety. 

According to new reports, the US Navy knew for days that the missing Titan submarine had imploded, but it wasn’t until Thursday that the United States Coast Guard spotted the wreckage.

According to a report, the implosion was picked up by underwater microphones used to locate enemy submarines. The Coast Guard reported that the Titan suffered a “catastrophic implosion.”

Some thought the delay in releasing the evidence was an attempt to divert attention away from the continuing FBI cover-up, bribery, and Hunter Biden’s selling of influence troubles involving the Biden family. 

Last Thursday, members of the House Republican minority disclosed that Hunter Biden had demanded money from a Chinese businessman as his father, then-Vice President Joe Biden, was in the room next to his son.