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Transcript of Bermuda Triangle
An observations that has been made about the Bermuda triangle is that its likely to be a Humans error. The area in where the Bermuda triangle is located has lots of traffic. Its tropical weather and crystal blue water make it prime aviation stomping ground for everyone from veteran pilots to Navy sailors to amateurs looking to play around.
Pilots and scientists are afraid of entering the Bermuda Triangle because of the disappearances. Many people have entered the Bermuda Triangle, and say that they now believe the legend.
Science or Non- Science
We think it is non-science because they're saying it is unexplained. Scientist can't explain what the cause is for the disappearances of planes and ships.
Most of the ships and air crafts disappear when passing through the Bermuda triangle.
People have predicted that their is pirates. The region where the Bermuda triangle is at, is just north of the Caribbean in the Atlantic Ocean. Some people say "its totally pirate territory".
dozens of ships and airplanes have disappeared. Unexplained circumstances surround some of these accidents, including one in which the pilots of a squadron of U.S. Navy bombers became disoriented while flying over the area; the planes were never found
An example is a plane called flight 19, it disappeared on Dec. 5, 1945
The Bermuda triangle is also known as the "devils triangle". It most likely began in some time around 1945. When a squadron of five navy Avenger airplanes disappeared on a triangle filght out of Ford Laudera Dle, Fla.