Scientist believe they have discovered the wreck of the USS Harvard, sunk by Japanese torpedoes during the Second World War. Their conclutions are drawn from underwater searches by mini-submarines of the area about 4 miles west of Midway Island in the Pacific Ocean during what started out as offshore oil platform accident procedures. There are some military historians that are skeptical about the scientists claim, on the basis that sophisticated sonar equipment has not identified the ship as, in deed the Harvard.
Which of teh following, if true, would weaken the historians arguments?
A) Thorough seaching by divers and bathscopes has not located the wreck.
B) Three other ships were sunk in this area during the Second World War.
C) The ship's last known position was 20 miles east of Midway.
D: The use of sonar only enables the user to identify the shape and dimension of a wreck.
E) It is not known whether the Harvard suffered much structural damager before beeing sunk.
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