What I see is no answers from you? There were thousands of men within a ships length of the explosion. Anybody say they saw anything other than a massive explosion? If you are referring to Ensign J D Miller, try again. According to his statement, he was at his battle station, Turret III control station, when the explosion occurred. He saw nothing. A battle damage survey was done, what did it say? The NPS archeological survey of the '80's, scrutinize every foot of the ship. Dan Lenihan, I think I spelled it right, produced a drawing showing every item found laying on the deck, every opening, and yet made no mention of a bomb entry point, a hole, where the official version said it should be? Go figure. All I'm asking for is answers, not the official koolaid. Anyone, anyone, Bueller?