The Bermuda Triangle Conspiracy

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The Bermuda Triangle Do you believe in the Bermuda Triangle? Scientists have been studying the Triangle for many years. Conspiracy theories such as alien abduction, time warps and the lost continent of Atlantis have developed over time. Many scientists are bound to determine whether any of these conspiracies are real, or if it is all imaginary. Unusual events in the Bermuda Triangle started back when Christopher Columbus was on his first voyage. His compass was giving very odd readings. The compass wasn’t pointing to magnetic north, and Columbus didn’t tell the crew because he was worried it would have sent them into a panic. Then just three days later he and his crew saw a very strange light, the crew threatened to turn back to Spain. This was the very first Bermuda Triangle…show more content…
The area within the Gulf of Mexico, the Florida Straits, and towards Europe is very turbulent and swift. This can erase any evidence of wreckage from planes or boats fairly quickly. During the summer there are very many hurricanes and severe summer storms that occur often and can also be the cause of plane/boat crashes or missing evidence from crashes. According to (Emily, 2014, p. 3) “The unpredictable Caribbean- Atlantic storms that give birth to waves of great size as well as water spouts often spell disaster for pilots and mariners. (Not to mention that the area is in “hurricane alley.”) The topography of the ocean floor varies from extensive shoals to some of the deepest marine trenches in the world. With the interaction of strong currents over reefs, the topography of the ocean floor varies from extensive shoals to some of the deepest marine trenches in the world. With the interaction of strong currents over reefs, the topography is in a constant state of flux and breed development of new navigational
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