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Top 10 Bermuda Triangle Theories
Transcript of Top 10 Bermuda Triangle Theories
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Human error/Pilot disorientation
There´s a lot of traffic in the area, and when you add in the turbulent weather patterns, swift currents and a landscape it can be easy to lose one´s way . Once you are a little way off it´s only a few more wrong turns until you are really far.
2: Crazy weather patterns
The tropical skies over the Bermuda Triangle are prone to intense, severe storms as warm and cold air masses collide over the ocean.
Add to that the swift-moving Gulf Stream that cuts right through the Triangle, and you've got some very difficult territory for both ships and planes.
3: Magnetic fields askew
This effect is known as declination effect wherein there is a declination between north and true north.
The people that believe that the legendary underwater city of Atlantis is in the Bermuda triangle say that the intense energy crystal that were once used to fuel the city are now interfering with airplane and ship electronics, causing them to go haywire
This particular myth holds that human ships and planes, when caught in the portal at the wrong time, end up trapped in between dimensions - it's all just an unintentional by-product of your average day-to-day alien interplanetary, interdimensional, time portal transport.
8: Methane hydrates
It's important to note that the Bermuda Triangle is far from the only place on the planet where methane hydrates exist - it's not even the area with the highest concentration - but it is possible that these hydrates could pose a threat.
10: A downed 11,000-year-old comet
11,000 years ago, a comet may or may not have crashed to Earth and landed deep on the ocean floor, right beneath where the Bermuda Triangle lies today.
6: Government testing
There are some people who believe that it is just a myth spread by the governments who want people to keep off because of such theories. People feel that it is the Atlantic Undersea Test and Evaluation Centre facility which is actually a test ground of sophisticated weapons.
People believe that the concept of Bermuda Triangle is all absurd and in reality it’s the pirates of the region who are responsible behind the disappearances of travellers in the past. Piracy has been although a major problem of the region.
7:Time vortex, aka ¨electronic fog¨
This theory is due to a single case. The pilot Bruce Gernon crossed a strange tunnel shaped cloud. He flew into a rotating vortex . When the fog broked up, Gernon found himself much farther than he could have traveled. He believed that he had passed through a time travel tunnel