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The Bermuda Triangle
Transcript of The Bermuda Triangle
Jarod Bisnar Facts Theories Human Error Magnetic Fields Crazy Weather Patterns Everyone makes mistakes
Crystal blue water and tropical weather make the Bermuda triangle a playground for veteran pilots and Navy saliors
Tons of traffic in the area
Similar looking islands Tropical skies prone to intense storms
In the middle of Hurricane Alley
Gulf Stream- dufficult territory for ships and planes
Underwater terrain- rugged and deep, home to the Puerto Rico Trench One of two places where compass points true north, instead of magnetic north
Doesn't sit in a strange magnetic field
Pilots and sailors know well to adjust their compasses - method called declination Aliens Pirates Atlantis Downed spaceship lurking underwater?
Alien mechanics interfering with our technology
Triangle serves as an interplanetary portal for interdimensional creatures
Ships and Planes become trapped between dimensions Region north of Caribbean- Pirate occupied
Consistant problem for hundreds of years in the triangle
Explains some missing ships, but doesn't account for planes Remains of energy crystals that once feuled the city are interfering with plane and ship technology
In 1970, an Atlantis proponent claimed to have found a pyramid of some type (no pictures taken of it.
The Bimini Road, a strange rock formation that is believed to once be a dock Disprove Prove The Bermuda Triangle is formed by Florida, Bermuda, and Puerto Rico It is also known as "Devil's Triangle" The area is famous for over 1,000 unexplained disappearances The Puerto Rico trench, the deepest point in the Atlantic Ocean, is in the Bermuda Triangle Most Tropical storms and Hurricanes in the Atlantic Ocean pass through the Bermuda Triangle The area contains many islands, meaning there are shallow waters, which are bad for boats and ships The Gulf stream means rapid changes in the weather Evidence shows that magnetic compasses sometimes point to Earth's real north pole, rather than than the magnetic one http://science.discovery.com/life-earth-science/10-bermuda-triangle-theories.htm http://www.livescience.com/23435-bermuda-triangle.html Interesting Links http://www.bermuda-attractions.com/bermuda2_000061.htm http://www.bermuda-attractions.com/bermuda2_00004e.htm http://www.sciencekids.co.nz/sciencefacts/earth/bermudatriangle.html Conclusion Bibliography The cause of the disappearing is not supernatural and is unrelated to aliens Disappearances are caused by the nature of the area and the people residing within it. For example, there is no proof of alien life or Atlantis, and Magnetic Fields are fixable for Pilots and Sailors. The disappearing can be explained with facts and logic, not myths and legends ''The Bermuda Triangle." NOAA. National Ocean
Service, 11 January, 2013. WEB. 17 January,
2013 Radford, Benjamin. "The Bermuda Triangle: Where
Facts Dissapear." Live Science. Live Science,
25 September, 2012. WEB. 17 January, 2013. "Top Ten Bermuda Triangle Theories." Science.
Life and Earth Science, 2013. WEB. 15
January, 2013 Wagner, Stephen. "Top Theories for the Mystery of
the Bermuda Triangle." About.com.
Paranormal Phenomena, 2013. WEB. 16