Technology is developing day by day, but the universe is filled up with many enigmas which humans guess. There are also many mysteries which are not known yet such as Bermuda triangle. Scientists are working on how to solve this mystery Bermuda Triangle is named based on Bermuda islands that include three hundred other islands For the past 70 years more than 100 ships and planes and 1000 people were disappeared in without a trial in an area of the western Atlantic between Bermuda and Florida Bermuda triangle is also known as hoodoo sea , the graveyard of Atlantic and the devil triangle but the most popular name for it is the Bermuda triangle (Brmuda triangle ) Bermuda triangle consist of three imaginary sides , each side is 1500 kilometer
TERM PAPER BERMUDA TRIANGLE AND ITS UNSOLVED MYSTERY Have you ever found out about Bermuda Triangle? The Bermuda Triangle is a more or less triangular piece of the North Atlantic Ocean which lies between the outgoing tide and flow limits stamped by Bermuda, Southern US and Greater Antilles. Alluded to Vincent H. Gaddis , Argosy (1964) the triangle had named Bermuda on the grounds that the Bermuda government did not give any complaints. Howard, a master on Bermuda Triangle Research Unit informs that more than 50 boats and 20 planes had vanished in Bermuda Triangle. As per R.winer, Devil's Triangle, Bantam Books (1975) Bermuda Triangle then again known as the " Devil's Triangle" in the ahead of schedule of 1960 as numerous secrets continue spinning for recent years.
Since the mysterious anomalies that Columbus faced in 1492, many a ship and plane have gone missing in the Bermuda Triangle. Dr. Kim Dismont Robinson, who has received Bermudian of the year and made over 14 documentaries about the island, wrote in her article for the New York Times, “In the past 500 years, at least at least 50 ships and 20 aircraft have vanished in the Triangle, most without a trace -- no wreckage, no bodies, no nothing”(Robinson, 2006, para. 4). Bhattacharya shows in his article entitled “Bermuda Triangle Disappearances”, most of these disappearances are due to radar losing the vessel or a ship/ plane never showing up at their or any destination. But some have a more interesting story.
Evidence behind this theory: After years of theory after theory, Larry Kusche noticed that the amount of disappearances wasn’t any different compared to other heavily trafficked areas of the ocean. When nobody could prove Larry wrong, many believers lost faith in their theories. When Larry Krusche published his book “The Bermuda Triangle Mystery: Solves”
People started to retell the story and stretch the truth in their own manner. The Bermuda Triangle has caused people to either fear the area, or to reject its legitimacy as a true mystery. Although there is outrageous theories explaining it, ranging from unusual natural phenomena such as electronic fog, magnetic abnormalities or uncharted oceanic streams, to gateways to parallel universes and activities of extraterrestrial creatures, but the real explanation is spontaneous and drastic weather. For centuries, the Bermuda Triangle has been blamed for the mysterious disappearance of boats, ships, and airplanes. One of the most talked about theories is paranormal explanations such as black holes and UFO’s.
The Bermuda Triangle is known to be the site of dozens of ships and aircrafts mysteriously disappearing. The Bermuda Triangle has many names and is an area right of Florida, where aircrafts and ships have mysteriously vanished (Bermuda Triangle). The first time the Bermuda Triangle appeared to be a reprinted 1967 National Geographic Society press release: “The name “Bermuda Triangle” first appeared in a 1967 Argosy Magazine article by Vincent Gaddis (Van Riper). Furthermore, the earliest date of strange phenomena is all the way back in 1493, when Christopher Columbus wrote that his compass was acting strangely (Bermuda Triangle). Although there is a lot of speculation concerning what happened to every ship and plane that has vanished, no one knows what actually happened to them.
History is something that could get us more close and connected to the world. When there is so much we can do but know very little, the hunger of exploring and findings could be a very top, temptation to some. 3. There are many facts that suggest a logical explanation for the disappearances in the Bermuda Triangle. Even in the light of these facts, it has remained a place of myth and legend.
On February 16, 1918, the naval vessel left Brazil, where she had supplied British ships for World War I and headed to Baltimore. The ship had to make a stop on Barbados between March 3rd and 4th and after that retook her way to Baltimore. In the route between Barbados and Baltimore is located the Bermuda Triangle, possibly the location where the wreckage happened. The USS Cyclops never made to Baltimore and nothing more was heard about the ship or any of the 309 crew that were on board. The remains were never recovered, and the mystery remains.
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“There is a place, it’s said, where small boats, huge ships, anti even powerful military aircraft sometimes sail out into calm, clear weather… and then just vanish. Without a trace.” (Lexton, 2003) The Bermuda Triangle or the Devil’s Triangle is an imaginary and strange Triangular area that is situated in the east coast of Florida. It is also mapped on the western part of the North Atlantic Ocean that is bounded by its three triangles, Miami, San Juan in Puerto Rico, and the island of Bermuda. And the first researcher to define these boundaries was Vincent Gaddis in 1964, while others later gave the area a bigger size of 1,300,000 to 3,900,000 kilometers squared. (Norrinton, 2010) And although the United States Board on Geographic Names does