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Originally posted by hotsheets
I remember watching lots of specials on tv in the 80s where the whole phenomenon of UFO / trans-dimensional travel use to be a dime a dozen. In the last 20 years there have been virtually no mention of this phenomenon in the media at all. There have been no mention of it as a supernatural mystery, nor have there been any further mention of lost ships/planes in the news. Could it be that the whole "Bermuda Triangle" was creation of mass hysteria back in that era
just to explain ships/planes lost to the sea as a result of human error. Given the improved technology (gps) and communciation that we have today, the Bermuda Triangle doesn't seem to exist as a topic of public curiousity at all any more.
Originally posted by Cabanman
Bermuda triangle is real. Yes there are easily explained phenomena that occurs there such as giant waves and excess gas leaving that part of the waters. All of this could be explained, but you have to remember, this too would be an excellent hidding ground for USO. They probably know that those parts of the sea are dangerous and that not many ships will be arround. Maybe the accounts of UFOs around the Bermuda triangle where USOs that would come in and out of the area. This was coverd in the second part of the USO special on the history channel.
[edit on 29-10-2006 by Cabanman]
Originally posted by mrjenka
Are you guys aware that there is nuclear submarine base not even 25 miles from the Bermuda triangle. There is also a vacated Russian underwater naval base. Both bases are in caves. If you need more info on this ask me and I will bring up some links.
What Kusche finds, in sum, is that the Bermuda Triangle is essentially a myth. Many of the Bermuda Triangle disappearances are not nearly as mysterious as has been suggested; some ships that were lost in supposedly calm seas were in fact sailing into fierce storms, while others were lost nowhere near the Triangle area itself. Several of the tragedies said to have occurred there are associated with no records at all--leaving one to wonder how popularizers of this "mystery" can be certain that there was anything to disappear. Before Mr. Kusche's research the Bermuda Triangle "mystery" melts away, leaving nothing more substantial than an urban legend. Writers such as Charles Berlitz are revealed as writers of fiction in thin disguise [Berlitz was co-author of the first published book on the alleged crash of a UFO at Roswell, New Mexico, which should do much to illuminate the reliability of that story as well]. This book is reasonably well written and easy to get through. If you want to read about the Bermuda Triangle, this is the only book I would recommend.
Reviewer: Michael Bulger (Rochester, NY, USA)
Originally posted by T_Nexis
As for air planes, the gas pass through the water and into the air/atmosphere. This gas can create hallucinations (again I apologize for not remembering the name of this gas) which will alter the mind into seeing things or even making horrible decisions that can have fatal consequences.