My great-grandmother had a ticket to cross the Atlantic Ocean on April 10, 1912, on a ship that, allegedly, God himself couldn't sink. But instead of setting sail with the Titanic on its maiden voyage, she decided to spend a few more days in Europe with her family. It was a choice that probably saved her life — and mine, for that matter. Every time I think about that "unsinkable" ship, I think about the impact it had on countless human lives and the impact... More >>>