A terrifying simulation depicts what would happen to your body if you ended up 3,800 meters underwater.

For most persons, diving around 40 meters below sea level is considered safe; nevertheless, traveling underwater in a capacity can be dangerous.

Water pressure is roughly three times that of the surface at a depth of 20 meters, so image what it would be like thousands of meters below.

Because it is absolutely unthinkable, a simulation was constructed to demonstrate what would happen to your body if you went nearly 4,000 meters below sea level.

The simulation was designed to replicate what passengers aboard the OceanGate Titan submarine experienced last year.

All five passengers aboard the Titanic-bound submarine died in June 2023, with the youngest being only 19 years old.

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The victims were identified as 58-year-old Hamish Harding, 48-year-old Shahzada Dawood, his 19-year-old son Sulaiman Dawood, Paul-Henry Nargeolet, and OceanGate CEO Stockton Rush.

At roughly 3,500 meters underwater, the submarine lost touch with the surface.

According to BBC News, the vessel was so deep that the quantity of water on it was equivalent to the weight of the Eiffel Tower.

The submarine’s hull collapsed during the heartbreaking ordeal, despite the fact that it was intended to be equipped to handle the immense water pressure.

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As a result, both the submersible and everyone inside it collapsed.

In terms of what happens to a human that deep beneath the ocean’s surface, you would be crushed.

The lungs would collapse, and the blood vessels would break, causing internal hemorrhage.

Apparently, this would be lethal ‘in minutes’, with the body’s tissues crushed.

According to one expert, the Titanic victims’ deaths were’sudden’.

Dr. Dale Molé, the former director of underwater medicine and radiation health for the US Navy, told the Daily Mail last year: “It would have been so unexpected that they wouldn’t have recognized there was a problem or what had happened to them.

“It’s like being here for a minute and then the switch gets turned off. “You’re alive for one millisecond and then dead the next.”

Molé added, “They would have been ripped to shreds. An implosion occurs when a pressure wave moves inward, whereas an explosion occurs when a pressure wave or shock wave moves outward from whatever source it is.”