BERMUDA TRIANGLE MYSTERY
☛ The Bermuda Triangle, also called the Devil's Triangle, is an imaginary area that can be roughly outlined on a map by connecting Miami, Florida; San Juan, Puerto Rico; and the Bahamas, an island chain off the coast of the United States.
☛ Within that triangular area of the Atlantic Ocean have occurred a number of unexplained disappearances of boats and planes when eve...r any thing try to flew over this place it disappears.
☛ The first documented encounter in the Bermuda Triangle was by Christopher Columbus who encountered mysterious lights and compass malfunctions on his first voyage through the area.
☛ The Bermuda Triangle regularly experiences weather conditions such as thunderstorms, waterspouts, and hurricanes that can be potentially lethal to any craft caught in their path.
☛ The Gulf Stream, which runs the length of the Bermuda Triangle, can quickly move debris from a boat or plane accident away from scene, eradicating any trace of the incident.
☛ Recent satellite research has proven the rogue waves, single waves reaching 80 ft or higher, occur with relative frequency in open ocean areas such as the Bermuda Triangle. These waves can damage or destroy even the largest ships.
FEW FAMOUS CASES
♦ The most famous case attributed to the Bermuda Triangle is the disappearance of Flight 19 and a search plane sent after them on December 5, 1945.
♦ Many advocates link the Bermuda Triangle to the disappearance of the USS Cyclops in 1918, to this day it remains one of the greatest unsolved mysteries in US Naval history.
FEW POPULAR THEORIES
★ Methane Gas trapped under the sea floor can erupt, as a result can lower the water density and cause ships to sink. Even planes flying over it, can catch fire and get completely destroyed during such gas blowout.
★ Sargasso Sea is an area in the triangle that has no shores and bounded by water currents on all sides. The ships passing through it have been stranded and made motionless.
★ Electronic Fog, a strange thick cloud appears from nowhere and engulfs a ship or a plane. Instruments begin to malfunction, and finally the ship or the aircraft vanishes without a trace.
★ Caribbean-Atlantic storms yield unpredictable weather and waterspouts within the area of the Bermuda Triangle making weather and rough waves one of the biggest causes of disappearances in the Bermuda Triangle.
✔ Human error is the most important reason cited for losses of aircrafts and vessels at sea.
✔ The Bermuda Triangle theory is based on superstition that took hold of people’s imagination mostly starting in the 20th century.
✔ Much of the Bermuda Triangle mystery was put to rest by a book titled Bermuda Triangle: Mystery Solved by Larry Kusche, a researcher at the University of Arizona. Kusche found many of the supposed mysteries of the Triangle either occurred in other parts of the ocean or in adverse weather conditions.
✔ “The real mystery is how the Bermuda Triangle became a mystery at all.” Yet, although the mystery of the Bermuda Triangle has been put to rest by many credible researchers and scientists, the name and the mystery, continues on
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