Tuesday, October 13, 2009

Bermuda Triangle - Devil's Triangle


The Bermuda Triangle, also known as the Devil's Triangle, is a region in the western part of the North Atlantic Ocean in which a number of aircraft and surface vessels are alleged to have mysteriously disappeared and cannot be explained as human error, piracy, equipment failure, ornatural disasters. Popular culture has attributed some of these disappearances to the paranormal, a suspension of the laws of physics, or activity by extraterrestrial beings..The Bermuda Triangle is inexorably associated with time travel, UFOs, missing time and wormholes. Credible witnesses to the effects of the Bermuda Triangle have been witnessed by Charles Lindbergh to Christopher Columbus. When Charles Lindbergh was making a nonstop flight from Havana to St. Louis his magnetic compass started rotating. His Earth-inductor-compass needle jumped back and forth erratically. This has now all been revealed in his autobiography. Even a great pilot like Charles Lindbergh witnessed unusual events while flying in the reaches of the Bermuda Triangle.

Area Of Triangle:
The area is one of the most heavily-sailed shipping lanes in the world, with ships crossing through it daily for ports in the Americas, Europe, and the Caribbean Islands. Cruise ships are also plentiful, and pleasure craft regularly go back and forth between Florida and the islands. It is also a heavily flown route for commercial and private aircraft heading towards Florida, the Caribbean, and South America from points north.


Bermuda Triangle Major Events

  • Flight 19 was the first incident that was heavily reported on, bringing the Bermuda Triangle into the spotlight and under speculation. In 1945, Flight 19, a small aircraft containing 5 U.S. Navy bombers set out over the sea on a training mission. The plane was being flown by an experienced pilot, and for reasons unknown to this day, just vanished. Neither the plane, nor the crew aboard was ever found.
  • As eerie as Flight 19's disappearance was, it was just a prelude to whatever happened to a Douglas DC-3 aircraft that disappeared without a trace over the Atlantic on December 28, 1948. The aircraft vanished without a trace sometime during its flight from Puerto Rico to Miami. Inexplicably, no wreckage, or any of the 32 people onboard were ever found.
  • These disappearances sparked an interest in what some were calling the Devil's Triangle.
  • Research on the area also pointed to the biggest loss of life that the U.S. Navy suffered that wasn't related to combat. On March 4, 1918, The USS Cyclops and its crew of 309 vanished without a trace sometime after leaving Barbados, an island in the Caribbean. Though many theories suggest everything from bad weather to an enemy attack, nothing has ever been proven to explain this mysterious disappearance.

Bermuda Triangle Theories:
Researchers and scientists have developed a host of theories to explain the mystery of the Bermuda Triangle. Many point to irregular and infrequent weather patterns, the Gulf Stream or rogue waves that crop up over the ocean and are difficult to predict. Other theories indicate man as the cause of the disappearances, suggesting error in reading compasses or flight tools, or even acts of violence such as piracy.
As theories may point to a natural or explainable reason for the mysteries in the Bermuda Triangle, there are other theories that point to phenomena that cannot be easily explained. Many believe that the Bermuda Triangle sits over the spot of the lost city of Atlantis. Another supernatural theory is that UFOs frequent the area over the Bermuda Triangle, and that the victims of these vanishings have been abducted by aliens.

16 comments:

Nethra A said...

I love traveling but dad never takes me anywhere. He neither let me go alone. I wish I can explore places...like devil's triangle. It sounds interesting. :)

vineet said...

believe me its awesumm..good topic selection loved it..more like this plzz

Prasenjit Nath said...

nice information !!!!!!

~$BioKid$~ said...

Nice yaar, I am always attracted to mysteries and here u gave a whole blog on it. lolzzzz...

Nicee...

√♪נ汉Ψ said...

I have read alot about Bermuda triangle earlier and also watch some documentry on it. You have written nicely about it.
KEEP writing
:)

Himanshu Karki said...

~$BioKid$~
lolz....thnx yaar, hope u like upcoming posts too :)

Himanshu Karki said...

@Nathera
same with me yaar...
Hope one day we will get a chance to visit awl amazing places...

Himanshu Karki said...

@Prasenjit...thanx buddy

keep visiting :)

Himanshu Karki said...

@vineet
thnx for loving the blog...
Ofcousre frnd, i will be posting such amazing and mysterious Post :)
Next post is on Formation of Universe and Earth in Brief.

purva said...
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purva said...

loved ur blog....
bermuda triangle has always been my fantacy talk..
love 2 know more abt nature so keep writting
PS:@ 1st pic of bermuda triangle- totally awsome

Pratik said...

Nice Info dude..Keep it coming.

Himanshu Karki said...

thnx purva nd pratik

keep visiting :)

SourceMaker said...

good info broo!!!

vamsi said...

It truly is a mystery..Just to mention, I have read in The Bhagavatham, a similiar scenario like this in a desert I believe..And also a similiar context to Big Bang theory is also mentioned in a purana..I wonder how many of us really know it..Well ur post reminded me of all this..:)

vedicanbest said...

bermuda triangle... a place where aliens reside....mann....i wanna go to this place and meet those aliens....would be adventurous.

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