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❶Even as recently as , El Faro , a cargo ship with 33 on board vanished in the area. The disappearance is attributed by Navy investigators to navigational error leading to the aircraft running out of fuel.

The Truth About the Bermuda Triangle

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In fact, the Navy has a web page debunking this idea: Normally a compass will point toward magnetic north. The difference between the two is known as compass variation. Although in the past this compass variation did affect the Bermuda Triangle region, due to fluctuations in the Earth's magnetic field this has apparently not been the case since the nineteenth century. But before we accept any of these explanations, a good skeptic or scientist should ask a more basic question: Is there really any mystery to explain?

A journalist named Larry Kusche asked exactly that question, and came to a surprising answer: Kusche exhaustively re-examined the "mysterious disappearances" and found that the story was basically created by mistakes, mystery mongering, and in some cases outright fabrication — all being passed along as fact-checked truth.

In his definitive book "The Bermuda Triangle Mystery — Solved," Kusche notes that few writers on the topic bothered to do any real investigation — they mostly collected and repeated other, earlier writers who did the same.

Unfortunately, Charles Berlitz's facility with language did not carry over into credible research or scholarship. His books on the paranormal — and on the Bermuda Triangle, specifically — were riddled with errors, mistakes, and unscientific crank theories.

In a way, the Bermuda Triangle is largely a creation of Charles Berlitz's mistakes. Kusche would later note that Berlitz's research was so sloppy that "If Berlitz were to report that a boat were red, the chance of it being some other color is almost a certainty.

In some cases there's no record of the ships and planes claimed to have been lost in the aquatic triangular graveyard; they never existed outside of a writer's imagination. In other cases, the ships and planes were real enough — but Berlitz and others neglected to mention that they "mysteriously disappeared" during bad storms. Other times the vessels sank far outside the Bermuda Triangle.

It's also important to note that the area within the Bermuda Triangle is heavily traveled with cruise and cargo ships; logically, just by random chance, more ships will sink there than in less-traveled areas such as the South Pacific. Despite the fact that the Bermuda Triangle has been definitively debunked for decades, it still appears as an "unsolved mystery" in new books — mostly by authors more interested in a sensational story than the facts.

In the end, there's no need to invoke time portals, Atlantis, submerged UFO bases , geomagnetic anomalies, tidal waves, or anything else. The Bermuda Triangle mystery has a much simpler explanation: Benjamin Radford is deputy editor of Skeptical Inquirer science magazine and author of six books, including "Scientific Paranormal Investigation: How to Solve Unexplained Mysteries. The Bermuda Triangle has fascinated many who lean toward believing imaginative stories and bizarre explanations, but skeptics take a whole other view of the area.

Start the Quiz 0 of 10 questions complete Bermuda Triangle Quiz: Not to be underestimated is the human factor. Ever heard of Singapore or Hong Kong? Not sure on that one.

Dr Irving Languid, past director of the G. During the war he was at Woods Hole lab on Cape Cod. Boats sink and planes crash. The ocean has a reputation of hiding these accidents extremely well. I think it has to do with being an ocean. A very deep ocean. I was watching a show one time that was doing a story on the triangle and they mentioned that there are other triangles directly along the same line above the equator.

Not sure how many they said there was but they did say there is another one or 2 that show missing ships, plains…. My theory is that storms go into the triangle and strong winds keep them from leaving so the boats and planes get destroyed from them. He theorised that space and time combine to form one entity, and that everything in the Universe sits on this space-time, which, in effect, acts and reacts like a fabric suspended at the ends. A very massive object like the Sun rests on and indents this fabric more deeply than a less massive object like Earth.

Black holes are just that, holes in the fabric of space-time. A rip in the space-time continuum is not necessarily a black hole. Many are called Einstein-Rosen Bridges, or more popularly, wormholes. The shortest distance between two points is, in this case, not a straight line, but zero. The wormhole effectively teleports anything that enters it from Point A to B instantly, regardless of the distance, and Points A and B are not necessarily different physical locations, but could be the same location in different time periods.

So you can travel from Earth to some planet in the Upsilon Andromedae star system instantly, rather than spending 44 years traveling at the speed of light. According to General Relativity, superluminal faster than light travel is impossible unless the laws of physics are first discarded.

It also theorises that the laws of physics cease to exist inside a wormhole. Because a full mathematical description of wormholes has not yet been formulated, it is, at least for now, possible just not feasible that a wormhole exists in the Triangle, though not at all times, that this wormhole instantly transports anything entering it to another location in the Universe, or to another time in the same location. Possible credence for this theory centers on Carolyn Cascio, who was mentioned in detail on another list.

In brief, she was a veteran pilot who chartered vacations in the Bahamas. It has lots of houses, condos, hotel resorts, an airport, and many other signs that it is inhabited, but when Cascio reached Grand Turk, she radioed ahead that she thought she was lost. She stated that the island was the same shape and size of Grand Turk, but was utterly bereft of any sign of human habitation.

It had nothing but woods and beaches on it. She radioed that she could not find the airport, even though she was flying directly over it. She circled it over a dozen times, being radioed frantically from the tower, but never responded. Her transmissions indicated that her radio was not receiving, though the airport received hers, and though in full view of it for 30 minutes, she finally flew off back the way she had come, and neither she, nor her passenger, nor her plane was ever seen again.

The above story is true. The mathematical theories involved with how wormholes work are not yet fully described, so until the possibility of a wormhole in the Bermuda Triangle is proven or disproven, it must be construed as possible for Cascio to have entered one at Point A sometime during her trip to Grand Turk and exited at the same location in a time, Point B, before humans had inhabited Grand Turk. She was, then, unable to fly back through the same rip in the space-time continuum.

If Carolyn Casio did go through a rip in the continuum and landed before the Grand Turk Island was inhabited, and supposing she successfully returned to Nassau, then she would tell the story to others of that time. But then, that is when assuming that that time leads to this time, which may not be true. It may as well be a parallel universe where things happen differently and nobody did inhabit Grand Turk, or even Nassau.

You have to be a physics professor. And ship should be attached with strong rope so that it can be pulled out any time. Gravitational force does not comes from the core.

It is just the force of attraction between two bodies. Even two stones lying in the ground has gravitational force between them.

She was, then, unable to fly back through the same rip in the space-time continuu. Well there is another such place in the world. What about the story of thousands of black slaves dumped there by their slave masters after Lincoln announced the abolishment of the years old slave trade.? Where is the truth? Ok Take away all the stories, and stick with the known! Before planes were lost they recorded them flying in wrong directions and reported back to their bases about instruments acting up, we also know some had been in bad weather and some were in perfect weather.

What causes strong magnetic disruptions?? That could possibly be location in the depths of the ocean!?? A large meteor hit landed there a long time ago? Anybody know anything else reasonable? Isnt that where the continents were attached? Your email address will not be published.

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Bermuda Triangle Research Paper Devil's Triangle – Through Truth and Theorem Lying behind a shroud of mystery deep in its misty waters lies a secret yet to be discovered, a secret harboring lost planes and artifacts from history's darkest disappearances. Bermuda Triangle Mystery Solved? Scientists Think They’ve Figured It Out. The Bermuda Triangle isn’t real. Let’s rip that band-aid off right now. Every now and then, something happens and the “mystery” of the region is claimed to have been solved, but the twist in the tale was that there was never any real mystery to begin with.

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With a map of the Atlantic Ocean, and a ruler, almost anyone can outline the Bermuda Triangle. Starting at Miami, Florida, draw a line northeast to Bermuda. Starting at . Aug 08,  · The research was presented as part of “The Bermuda Triangle Enigma,” a Channel 5 documentary series. Boxall also cited busy maritime traffic in the Bermuda Triangle .