The devil's triangle-is the mystery still unsolved??

The Bermuda Triangle, also known as the Devil's Triangle, is an undefined region in the western part of the North Atlantic Ocean where a number of aircraft and ships are said to have disappeared under mysterious circumstances.Since when i came to know about bermuda triangle i have always been passionate to break the secret of it through scientific reasoning.(though i hav cum with solution to some mysteries like deviation of compass).Till now there has been no explanation to all the paranormal and mysterious phenomena..neither has any scientific explanation popped up...Some of the associated phenomena:-

  1. many ships and aeroplanes have dissapeared without any acceptable reason.

2.Accounts of the victims about time warp

3.compass deviations

4.frequent and unexpected change in weather

5.some ships and planes are claimed to have reappeared

6.presence of atlantis crystals

Guyz, what do u think do u hav any scientific explanation of this so called mystery or do you think that its all fake.......reply surely!!

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5 years, 8 months ago

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IIRC the Bermuda triangle is no more likely a place for a vessel to crash than any other place with similar traffic. If you're interested in scientific reasoning, you might want to rethink the notion of "atlantis crystals".

O B - 5 years, 8 months ago

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There's an episode of Discovery Channel's Curiosity series on the Bermuda Triangle,maybe you could download it?

Tan Li Xuan - 5 years, 8 months ago

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1) ships and aero-planes disappear from a lot of places, especially while taking off.

2) liers are everywhere

3) hand not steady when holding it

4) weather changes, look outside

5) refer to 2). Another reason is often ships and planes disappear from view and appear again. The earth is tilted, so after the horizon, its not visible any longer

6) crystals occur in nature

None of this is 'scientific' btw.

Harshit Kapur - 5 years, 8 months ago

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ya i too agree with you.But i think the compass deviations is because of the fact that bermuda triangle is situated on one of the near points of earth

Somesh Rout - 5 years, 8 months ago

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