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Sunday, February 16, 2014

The Bermuda Triangle only a myth

As time passed, the awesomeness of imaginary territory that connects Bermuda, Florida and Puerto Rico, fade away. And now the official stated: Bermuda Triangle is a myth. For several decades, Bermuda Triangle was synonymous with the 'damned' region, the location of the loss of many aircraft and ships - and any man who is in it. Waters is associated with a lot of speculation from the headquarters of aliens, black holes that suck in matter and bring it to another dimension, a mysterious pyramid, Lost Atlantis region, even the demons home.
The Bermuda Triangle: Dozens of ships and planes have mysteriously vanished in this area between Miami, Puerto Rico and Bermuda, but authorities blame poor navigation and bad weather. (Picture from: http://www.thisismoney.co.uk/)
Now, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), the scientific body under the U.S. Department of Commerce's back straighten all that presumption. NOAA pointed out, bad weather and navigation in to all cause loss of many means of transportation in the Bermuda Triangle.

"There is no evidence that a mysterious disappearance that occurred in the Bermuda Triangle occur with greater frequency than any other sea area," the agency said in a statement on its site this month, as qouted by Daily Mail, on February 9, 2014 .

Ben Sherman, a spokesman for NOAA's National Marine Service to Sun Sentinel said its board to write the story of the Bermuda Triangle as part of a learning community program and answer questions from the readers of site.

NOAA also holding on to the scientific evidence from the U.S. Navy and U.S. Coast Guard did not acknowledge the existence of the Bermuda Triangle, as a geographic region that have specific threats to the ship or aircraft. "Based on the study, the crashed of planes and ships in the area for many years, no evidence found to indicate that it's due to anything other than a physical cause."

However, not all agree with the NOAA or other U.S. government agency's reason. One of them, Minerva Bloom, a volunteer from Naval Air Station Fort Lauderdale Museum - Flight Base 19 (Flight 19) in which 5 torpedo bomber aircrafts that took off from Fort Lauderdale for training in December 1945. They never come back.
The mystery of Flight 19: Five TBM Avenger torpedo bombers carrying 14 men for a training exercise disappeared over the Bermuda Triangle no December 5, 1945. The aviation mystery sparked the 'myth' of the 'Devil's Triangle. (Picture from: http://www.thisismoney.co.uk/)
"Probably not aliens or connected with it. Yet, following me, there is something not normal in there," she said, as quoted by the Sun Sentinel. It's one of the reasons: One day in the early 1990's, Minerva and her family flying with the Chalk's International Airlines plane from Bahamas to Fort Lauderdale.

"The pilot then said, 'We will be flying over the Bermuda Triangle". Suddenly, a bolt fell from the panel," said Minerva. "Pilot said, 'it had ever happened before, do not worry.' But we feel terrible."

The questions about the Bermuda Triangle also been directed to the U.S. Geological Survey Agency (USGS). While acknowledging the existence of gas hydrates in marine sediments in the the southeastern of U.S. or western region of Bermuda Triangle, and that gas can be related to the phenomenon of sinking. Bill Dillon of USGS, objected to that hypothesize as the cause of the sinking of the ship in the Bermuda Triangle.

The reason, the release of gas hydrates occur only at the end of the ice age, around 15,000 years ago or more. At any moment the most advanced ship that might be made of human at the time, nothing more than a hollow timber. Moreover, it is evident that sank more ships in other locations." The Mystery of the Bermuda Triangle nothing more than a fairy tale. Sorry," said Dillon on the USGS site.

NASA already thought so. "There is no black hole in the Bermuda Triangle. In fact, do not even have the name of the Bermuda Triangle. Abundance of cases lost in the region consistent with the case of regions," explains a NASA Scientist, Dr. Eric Christian.

Christopher Columbus, in his early days of exploration to the New World in 1492, was the first to record the question of anomalies in the vicinity of the imaginary triangle. When the ships of the fleet, "Nina," "Pinta", and "Santa Maria" crossing the Sargasso Sea, the Italian explorer claimed that his compass became erratic. He also saw a strange light in the horizon on October 11, 1492, which has yet to be explained.

However, the term of 'Bermuda Triangle' became well-known after Vincent H. Gaddis write in an article that published in February 1964 in the 'Argosy' magazine, entitled "The Deadly Bermuda Triangle".

Meanwhile, one of the proofs that the Bermuda Triangle is not the only location of a mysterious disappearance occurs. In January 4, 2013, when an Italian fashion heir, Vittorio Missoni and 5 other people vanished without a trace while flying from the islands of Los Roque to the Venezuelan capital of Caracas.
Cursed: Baffled investigators have heard that Missoni has fallen victim to the 'Los Roques Curse', a paranormal phenomenon said to be similar to that of the Bermuda Triangle. (Picture from: http://www.thisismoney.co.uk/)
In the midst of obscurity, appeared a new theory: the plane with the passengers become victims of "Los Roques Curse", which is a paranormal phenomenon said to be similar to that of the Bermuda Triangle.. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | GIZMODO | THIS IS MONEY]
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