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How USS San Diego Sank is Still an Open Question 100 Years Later

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Mine or torpedo? For a hundred years, the cause of the explosion that sank USS San Diego (ACR-6) has been a mystery. But now researchers are on an expedition to determine what exactly caused a Navy armored cruiser to sink 100 years ago within eyesight of New York City as the U.S. was entering World War I.

https://news.usni.org/2018/07/19/35213

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Hmm I remember someone posting an article about this a year or 2 ago and it was pretty intriguing. I need to finish with my time machine so I can go back and see if I can solve this mystery or perhaps I succeed but end up causing it due to a temporal paradox . . .

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Time machine arrives on scene at point of incident, explodes, sinking ship and nearby submarine.  Yeah, I can see it.

 

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