Crews continue their search for signs of life from the missing OceanGate submarine in the North Atlantic.
A group known as “The Explorers Club” reported on Tuesday evening that data from the field gave them hope that the submarine tourists are still alive.
Signs of life were reported near the area where the submarine was reported lost.
Earlier today audio was released of the sounds heard every thirty minutes in the search for the lost submarine
Here are the sounds heard every 30 minutes during the #OceansGate search.#Titanic #titanicsubmersible #TitanicRescue #TitanicTour #TitanicSubSearch #titanicsub #missingsubmarine #titan pic.twitter.com/lMCNiGi7Ex
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CEO Stockton Rush valued diversity over competency and experience.
Via The Geller Report.
Stockton Rush, CEO of the OceanGate company responsible for a Titanic exploration submarine currently lost at sea, prioritized diversity over experience when putting together crews. “When I started business… other sub operators [were] out there but they typically [had] gentlemen who are ex-military submariners… a whole bunch of 50-year-old white guys,” he said during a 2020 interview.
“I wanted our team to be younger, to be inspirational… [A] 25-year-old who’s a sub pilot or a platform operator or one of our techs can be inspirational,” he said while an image of a female crew member showed on screen, adding: “We also want our team to have a variety of different backgrounds.”
Stockton Rush is on board the OceanGate submarine.
More… The US Coast Guard says they are not aware of any sounds coming from the area.
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