What Is The Bermuda Triangle

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Perhaps one of the most famous or maybe infamous mysteries from the early days up to the present times revolves around the Bermuda Triangle. It is a mythical triangular section in the Atlantic, approximately confined within Miami, Puerto Rico and Bermuda. Lots of questions were raised with regards to the disappearance of dozens of planes and ships. Some were explained and some still remains shrouded in mystery.
Covering about 500 thousand square miles of ocean from the southeastern point of Miami, Florida, the triangular section was referred to as the Bermuda Triangle or the Devils Triangle. During one of Christopher Columbus’ travels, when he traversed in these waters on his first expedition to the New World, he reportedly say that he saw a great flame of fire (it maybe a meteor) crashed into the sea and that weird light appeared a few weeks later a few distance away from their boat. Erratic compass readings were also written by Columbus during his travels in these waters, well perhaps this is because the Bermuda Triangle is one of the few areas on Earth where the true North and Magnetic North lines up.
The disappearances in the Bermuda Triangle didn’t really get the people’s attention until the 20th century. One instance
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It was told that these mysteries are already happening 15,000 years before it became really popular. Do aliens really have a hand on these disappearances or does the ancient and mystical city of Atlantis along with its lost technology is behind all the strange phenomena? I guess rumors will stay rumors unless proven otherwise. What fascinates me is, with all the gadgets and technology of the digital age, not all of these strange disappearances were solved and given viable explanation. A big chunk of metal vanishing without a trace up until our modern age is really mind boggling. Well, wherever they went and whatever happened, I guess only God knows the
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