This question has long been concerned with humanity.
Surely most people at least once, but wondered what was happening in the infamous Bermuda triangle. This sinister place is associated with many misconceptions and myths as well as theories and facts. Here are some of them.
1. “Devil’s Triangle”
The Bermuda triangle also known as Devil’s Triangle. He got this name because of all the mysterious events and the alleged disasters that occurred in the area.
2. “The great fire”
Christopher Columbus first made records of strange incidents in the area. In one of his notes explains that one night not far from the ship “the Great fire” (probably a meteor) with the thunder fell into the sea.
Columbus also noted the strange compass readings. Today, some scientists suggest that the reason for this may be the combination of North Pole and magnetic North Pole.
4. The sense of time
Some pilots claimed that they have “lost the sense of time” when they flew over the triangle. This has led some people to think about possible time distortion and travel to parallel dimensions.
5. USS Cyclops
The Bermuda triangle did not attract General attention until 1918, when this place sank American ship the USS Cyclops with 300 people on Board. The ship sent the SOS signal, and it was never found.
President Woodrow Wilson said, “Only God and the sea know what happened to the huge ship.” In 1941, two ships of one series with USS Cyclops also disappeared … during their journey on the same route.
6. The loss of 5 aircraft of the Navy
Notorious anomalies of the Bermuda triangle gained in 1945 when 5 aircraft, the Navy embarked on a mission off the coast of Florida. The pilots were disoriented by the faulty readings of the compass and, ultimately, the aircraft ran out of fuel. At least this is the basic theory.
7. “The Bermuda triangle”
Only in 1964 Vincent Gaddis coined the term “Bermuda triangle”, referring to this name in his article in the journal. Since sci-Fi authors offered a lot of explanations, including aliens, reverse gravity fields and even sea monsters. One scientist successfully noticed that trying to find the cause of all disasters and accidents in the Bermuda triangle — it’s like trying to find out the cause of all car accidents in Arizona.
8. Miami, Puerto Rico, Bermuda
The reason area called the triangle. It is located approximately in the form of a triangle between Bermuda, Miami and Puerto Rico.
9. Abandoned, drifting, unidentified…
There were several reports that the local coastal waters have seen a drifting derelict ships. In most cases, these ships could not be identified, and the fate of their crews remains a mystery.
10. “If the plane flew to Mars”
In 1945, to search for and rescue the missing sailors in the Bermuda triangle were sent to search-and-rescue aircraft. He disappeared with 13 people on Board. After conducting a massive search works the representatives of the Navy said: “if the Plane flew to Mars”.
11. The average norm
Scientists once conducted a study. Despite all the mysterious disappearances, they found that, given the tropical storms and other weather conditions, the number of disappeared ships and planes is actually not beyond what would be expected statistically.
12. The Gulf stream, reefs, storms…
It is also worth noting that, along with scientists, the U.S. Coast guard and even the leading shipping company does not believe that the Bermuda triangle is inherently more dangerous than any other part of the ocean. Likely accidents caused by a combination of storms, reefs, Gulf stream, and other factors.
13. Huge bubbles of methane
One of the most crazy explanations for the disaster is that huge bubbles of methane rising from the seabed cause the ships to sink. As for why the majority of wrecks have not been able to find, it is assumed that all fragments of wrecks claimed by the Gulf stream.
14. “12 Angry vortices”
One of the popular sci-Fi explanation says that the Bermuda triangle is one of the “12 Angry vortices” located near the equator of the Earth. These vortices are the places many unexplained events and disappearances.
15. ~ 20 yachts and 4 planes a year
How much of the recorded disappearances in the Bermuda triangle every year. Whatever the reason, there is still every year without a trace lost about 20 yachts and 4 planes.
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