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+10 1. Steveiwonder commented 7 years ago

Can anyone explain what happened here?
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+12 2. cameramaster commented 7 years ago

OK guys...drop anchor!
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+27 3. sux2bu commented 7 years ago

I would say a whale took the bait and ran with it. :D
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+7 4. rokxer commented 7 years ago

Let me show you how I burnout with my boat :D
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+1 5. Burimi commented 7 years ago

This escalated fast!
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-6 6. MindTrick commented 7 years ago

It was all over the news a while ago, they hit a submarine that was testing a new silent propulsion engine. Due to the silent drive, the ship didn't pick it up on the sonar before letting the anchor go, thus hitting the submarine. The submarine imploded on impact, and created a downwards draw due to an huge amount of rocks shifting on the ocean floor. The rocks and debris from the submarine attached around the anchor because of the huge amount of water pressure around it, creating a solid metal ball just dragging the entire anchor down with it. By now you must be wondering if there is the slightest truth to any of this, and i assure, there isn't. :P
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+20 7. martynbiker commented 7 years ago

the clutch controlling anchor payout was worn, and failed......very very expensive!
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+19 8. jcski713 commented 7 years ago

The anchor is lowered to the bottom and chain is let out, the brake holds while flukes are set. Once you are holding, chain is let out. It is the weight of the chain that holds a ship in position. The chain link in this may have gotten stuck in the lip of the chain pipe. The brake men released too much brake to get the chain moving. When it finally broke free there was not enough friction and once the momentum built there was no stopping the chain. That is my theory based on other similar anchor disasters.
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+10 9. Dazzz69 commented 7 years ago

@3 we're gunna need a bigger boat.
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-5 10. tiggfigg commented 7 years ago

Good thing it broke off because I doubt they would have been able to pull it back up again.
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-1 11. sux2bu commented 7 years ago

#10 Why is that?
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+3 12. loadrunner commented 7 years ago

#1 I think everything went wrong here :D

the brakes failed, those use to hold back the wheel from releasing the chaine like this. It was stuck a few seconds so the release was fully opened, that was a bad idea. It was not possible to hold this kind of force back.
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+3 13. Platonic commented 7 years ago

At the end i can clearly hear the word MALAKA. Obviously someone is...
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+6 14. Pret121 commented 7 years ago

Someone please make a GIF of this with it coming out of Tom Hardy and into Michael Sera. >:)
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+7 15. loadrunner commented 7 years ago

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+9 16. sux2bu commented 7 years ago

#8 Your theory? Here is the video from where you copy/pasted your "theory" from the first comment of Garry Hall who was giving the orders on a Navy ship that lost its own anchor.....

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+6 17. Pret121 commented 7 years ago

#15 You are my hero.
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+3 18. tiggfigg commented 7 years ago

#11 the machine would have been severely damaged from all that force and wouldn't have been able to lift it again.
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+3 19. dopkop commented 7 years ago

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+4 20. MindTrick commented 7 years ago

7 people that i annoyed, nicely done, mission accomplished >:)
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+4 21. Robin882 commented 7 years ago

Made in China :x
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+4 22. Kenty commented 7 years ago

The ship was a VLCC (very large crude carrier), when the anchor is dropped all the way must be off the ship or the anchor chain forces are huge. to counter this the windlass must be in gear and let out by controlling the winch. the brake should never ever be used to contol rate of drop or this is the result. So two reasons - too much way on ship and incorrect windlass operation.
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+4 23. Sizzlik (admin) commented 7 years ago

#20 I liked your comment..nice one :D

(And by the time i made this comment its 15 dislikes and 8 likes)
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+5 24. MindTrick commented 7 years ago

#23 alright, i must admit i love the actual stats more than the way it is now. I think you've mention before that you've considered showing both numbers? Im all for it if so. And yea, i feel a lot of people here are very sensitive and serious at times, so once in a while i have to misbehave and do some pranks or silly comments :P
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+4 25. sux2bu commented 7 years ago

#24 Just hover over your number while you are logged in and it will show your +- score.
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+6 26. MindTrick commented 7 years ago

Ah, cool! Nice :)
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0 27. thundersnow commented 5 years ago

It snapped maybe?

#6 I like your snotr pranks! :)
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0 28. buckleg08 commented 2 years ago

cant capture the kraken...:P