The Bermuda Triangle Or The Devil's Triangle

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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…show more content…
Evidence of compass and navigational problems allows space for the geomagnetic field to be a real cause of the problem at hand. Moreover, Rob MacGregor and Bruce Gernon have reached the end of their studies to correlate the geographical area with the theory of “electric fog” or geomagnetic anomalies and explain the situation to be a mixture of compass misleading with the break of electromagnetic storms in the Earth’s surface to surface as fog (Staff, 2010). As so, Ivan T. Sanderson believes that the methane gas in the air is the reason of the loss of water and the disappearances of all the aircrafts. He furthered his hypothesis and created the same elements in his laboratory, realized that the gas leaves no traces of the object it hits, or simply causes a gigantic bubble that pushes instantly the object into the bottom of the sea or ground, and leaves only debris. (Aym, 2010) Also, we cannot neglect the hazardous gulfstream from Mexico through Florida and ending at North Atlantic. This is a major risk element along side with cyclones and high waves, which may range from mild to severe, depending on the weather, and loss of debris in its 28,000 feet deep river. It is also a location where there river is wide up to 40 to 50 miles and may transmit anything…show more content…
First, people have told many stories that came from Christopher Columbus’s sail into the ocean as his first voyage to discover the World. A word of mouth has allegedly rumored that paranormal activities had been seen as great flames, meteors, and strange lights at night, as an abnormal and outer territorial happenings that couldn’t be explained easily. Second, Joshua Slocum came after in adventurous achievements in discovering the world we live in. He had disappeared and it is until present unclear what had happened to him, but many sources recognized and pinned his death to the Bermuda Triangle. Third and last, some scholars have transcribed William Shakespeare’s play, The Tempest, as a story that was based on the Bermuda’s real mysterious and overwhelming actions in the area. (Staff,
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