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What do you think causes these disappearances in the B.T.??

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The more we learn about the nature of reality, the more mysterious it seems. Fantasies like The Matrix films propose that life as we know it on this planet is nothing more than a highly complex computer simulation generated and imposed on our minds by sophisticated machines. Yet we might not have movies like The Matrix if it weren't for the discovery of the perplexing but apparently real nature of the world on a subatomic level. On this quantum level, if I understand it correctly, matter seems to exist as both particles and waves - or the potential to be either - and how it ultimately behaves is determined by observation.

This is a highly complex subject and well beyond the scope and depth of this article (check out the PhysicsareaofAbout.com), but it may be that reality at a subatomic (or quantum) level may be determined by our own consciousness.

Not all scientists quite agree with that conclusion, but it is a possibility. (As far as I know, there are no firm conclusions about quantum reality, only theories.) The bottom line is, the universe may be a set of probabilities and the world we experience day-to-day is just the most probable.

This notion leads to the concept of multiple universes (or dimensions) created by other probabilities, time travel and other mind-bending ideas. So as fantastic as The Matrix may be, reality may be far stranger.

Glowing Clouds, the Oz Factor and Strange Phenomena

One aspect of that strangeness is covered with great intelligence and forthrightness in Jenny Randles' book Time Storms: Amazing Evidence for Time Warps, Space Rifts, and Time Travel. In it, she makes a convincing case that time travel is not only possible, but that it may be taking place regularly around the world.

Randles lays the groundwork for such a possibility by explaining the current scientific thinking about quantum physics and the nature of time in layman's terms. Her explanations are clear and pretty easy to understand, which is quite a feat for such a complicated subject. And the reason for laying this groundwork is to offer a possible explanation for the many highly strange (can we call them paranormal?) experiences people have had that seem to indicate tears, warps or leaps in the fabric of time.

These fascinating anecdotes, which Randles has collected from all over the world, are the meat of the book. And they all have one common element: a peculiar energy cloud that can transport people and very often their vehicles into some unknown dimension. The result for these people can be missing time (from just minutes to days), disorientation (what Randles calls the "Oz Factor"), teleporation over impossible distances, electronic failure, gravity anomalies and other phenomena. These peculiar, glowing clouds -- time storms -- just may be an explanation for a variety of paranormal phenomena, including ghosts, spirits, synchonicity, deja vu, UFOs and what is thought of as alien abductions.

Randles suggests that none of this is paranormal at all, but that these time storms are just a scientific reality that we do not understand yet.

OA - Paranormal.about.com

Gene

I think this might have something to do with it. What do you think?

Cheers,

Gene

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I think this might have something to do with it. What do you think?

Cheers,

Gene

Loved the post Gene and to me it makes perfect sense! I do think the Burmuda Triangle is some kind of force or entrance to another dimension, great reading, thanks for providing it. :tu:

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What do you think causes these disappearances in the B.T.??

funny you should ask that. just yesterday i red a book about some metaphysical things around the world. there was a passage about Bermuda triangle.

well, those Islamic scientist say BT is a demonic empire.

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Loved the post Gene and to me it makes perfect sense! I do think the Burmuda Triangle is some kind of force or entrance to another dimension, great reading, thanks for providing it. :tu:

Why thank you. I thought the same thing, I posted that last week as a new Time Travel theory that I never even heard of... but it can explain so much, especially when people talk about time slips in fog and other weather, like myself.

So much myster surrounds the BT, it boggles my mind. Anyways, I'd like to go there someday and maybe find out what happens to everyone/thing that disappears there, something tells me knowing my luck I'd be gone with them lol. :tu:

Cheers,

Gene

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Well, I like this post, most interesting. Ive always put it down to either aliens or that its got something to do with the earths polar points, true and magnetic north. e.g oranges and apples......a round fruit has to degrade from one starting point ie-: due to climate and the occurances at the particular point, something is bound to happen.

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Why do people just think the Bermuda Triangle is a special place? Hundreds of people have been "lost" in there but do you ever think about the people that become lost on normal parts of the ocean? Perhaps the area that the triangle is in is just a very bad area because of current changes and such. The ocean is a very peculiar place to be these days. Global Warming is real and it has probably been screwing with us for a while.

I don't refute that compasses will sometimes become erratic in the area of the triangle, but has ANYONE ever gone outside the boundaries of it and tested just outside there? Perhaps it isn't a triangle. Perhaps it is a normal scientific phenomena that hasn't been tested entirely yet.

There is absolutely NO evidence suggesting some sort of time warp. All of this is just shannanegins until people actually go to the triangle, do a large study and conclude with fair results.

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There is absolutely NO evidence suggesting some sort of time warp. All of this is just shannanegins until people actually go to the triangle, do a large study and conclude with fair results.

Not to be an a$$, but where's your evidence saying it's not? have you found wreckages? Thats one of the big mysteries of the BT... people have gone looking for wreckages, searched the ocean and have found very little or nothing.

Just as you have the right to disbelieve, people have the right to believe. You are right about the study, I'd like to see it done too. :yes: .

Please don't think I'm being an ass to you, because I'm not, I'm just simply stating that it can be looked at from both sides without evidence suggesting who's right. Maybe someday one of us will be able to prove the other wrong, but until then, I give it the benefit of the doubt.

Cheers,

Gene

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when i was a little kid around 4 or5 we flew from the militery base in cuba,where my dad was stationed to somewhere in the states,,,to young to remember that part,,but i do remember the captain annocing that we were flying threw a corner of the BT and not long after the annocemnt we hit huge pockets of turbulance,,i can remember shti flying everywhere because they just served drinks and snacks, we bounced around really bad for what seemed like forever my mom was crying and using the barf bag,,,then everything went back to normal and was a smooth flight....i remember i had to crawl under my seat because mom was holding my little brother a baby wile throwing up in her bag and she couldnt help me buckle my seatbelt again...it was scary,,,scary enough that i never forgot it and im now 32.......not that the same thing couldnt have happend anywhere else in the sky,,,,,but it happend wile flying threw the bt so it makes for a better story

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Another interesting theory, "Electronic Fog."

http://www.bermuda-triangle.org/html/bruce_gernon.html

Good find Sweet. Strange stories have come out of that place Here's a list of planes alone that have gone missing.

The aircraft below are listed for purposes of assisting in identification. I do not necessarily believe every one is the result of unexplainable mystery.

Summary of Missing Planes

1. 1945, December 5: The entire training flight of five Navy

TBM Avengers. Plane #s FT-28, FT-36, FT-117,

FT-3, FT-81. Crew: 14

2. 1945, December 5: PBM Martin Mariner. Off Banana

River, Florida at 28o 59’ NL 80o 25 WL. Crew:13

3. 1947, July 3: a C-54 Douglas en route from Bermuda to

Miami in cargo service. Crew: 7.

4. 1948, January 30: BSAAC Tudor IV Airliner Star Tiger

near Bermuda, northest. 29 crew and passengers, includ

ing Air Marshal Sir Arthur Coningham. GAHNP.

5. 1948, December 28: NC-16002, Douglas DC-3 passenger

airliner; south of Miami on approach to the airport

(within 50 miles). crew and passengers: 31.

6. 1949, January 17: Tudor IV Star Ariel (sister of Star

Tiger) Bermuda for Kingston, Jamaica. Crew and

pasengers: 19. GAGRE.

7. 1954, October 30: Super Constellation, in Navy service.

Maryland for Lajes, in the Azores. Crew and passengers:

42.

8. 1956, November 9: Martin Marlin amphibious patrol

plane, about 350 miles north of Bermuda. Crew: 10.

9. 1961, October 15: an 8 engine SAC B-52 “Pogo 22” north

of Bermuda while returning from routine maneuvers.

10. 1962, January 8: Air Force KB-50 Aerial tanker. North

Carolina to Lajes, Azores. Crew: 8.

11. 1962, May 27: a C-133 Cargomaster, between Dover and

Lajes, Azores. Crew:10.

12. 1963, August 28: 2 KC-135 Stratotanker jets

mysteriously disintergrate over the Sargasso Sea,

enroute back to Miami from refueling near Bermuda.

Crew: 10 total.

13 1963, September 22: another C-133 Cargomaster; Dover

for the Azores. Crew: 10.

14. 1964, February 8: Piper Apache between Grand Bahama

Island and West Palm Beach, Florida. 4 persons. N2157P

15. 1964, December 5: Cessna 140 with 2 persons; off New

Smyrna Beach, Florida. N81089

16. 1965, June 5: a C-119 “Flying Boxcar”; Miami to Grand

Turk. Crew: 10. Was within 100 miles of Grand Turk.

17. 1965, September 15: Beechcraft c18s, with 3 persons,

near St. Thomas, VI, around 7:26 P.M. N8063H

18. 1965, October 31: Cessna 182 somewhere between

Marathon Key and Key West, Florida. 2 persons. N4010D

19. 1965, December 6: Ercoupe F01; between Fort

Lauderdale and West End, Grand Bahama. 2 persons.

N99660

20. 1965, December 29: a Piper Cherokee; South Caicos for

San Juan. 3 persons. N6077P

21. 1966, April 5: a converted cargo B-25; Fort Lauderdale

to Aruba. N92877

22. 1966, September 20: Tampa to Baton Rouge; Piper

Commanche. 2 persons. (see arguments on shape)

N7090P

23. 1967, January 11: Chase YC-122; between Fort

Lauderdale and Bimini in the Bahamas. 4 Persons.

N122E

24. 1967, January 14: a Beechcraft Bonanza near Key

Largo.N7210B 4 persons.

25. 1967, January 17: Piper Cherokee en route St. Thomas

from San Juan. N4129P

26. 1967, July 2: near Mayaguez, PR, a Cherokee. 4

persons. N5100W

27. 1967, August 6: between Miami & Bimini; Piper

Cherokee. 3 persons. N8165W

28. 1967, October 3: Cherokee; Great Inagua for San Juan.

N3775K

29. 1967, November 8: Cessna 182; George Town, Great

Exuma and Nassau. 4 persons. N7121E

30. 1967, November 22: Cherokee near Cat Island,

Bahamas. 4 persons. N9443J

31. 1968, May 29: Cessna 172 near Grand Turk. 2 persons.

N1483F

32. 1968, July 8: between Grand Bahama & West Palm

Beach; Cessna 180. 2 persons. N944MH

33. 1969, January 5: Piper Comanche between Pompano

Beach, FL & North Carolina. 2 persons. N8653P

34. 1969, February 15: Beechcraft 95-c55 en route Miami

from Georgia. N9490S

35. 1969, March 8: big Douglas DC-4 in cargo service;

after leaving the Azores. Crew: 3. N3821

36. 1969, March 22: a Beechcraft between Kingston,

Jamaica & Nassau. 2 persons. N609R

37. 1969, June 6: Cessna 172 between Grand Turk &

Caicos Island. 2 persons. N8040L

38. 1969, June 29: a B-95 Beechcraft Executive; Great

Inagua for San Juan. N590T

39. 1969, August 3: Piper PA-22; West Palm Beach to

Albion, New Jersey. 2 persons. N8971C

40. 1969, October 11: Pilattus-Brittan-Norman Islander;

Great Inagua for Puerto Rico. 2 persons. N852JA

41. 1970, January 17: Piper Comanche; between Nassau &

Opa Locka, FL. 2 persons. N9078P

42. 1970, July 3: between Maiquetia, Venesuela & San

Juan, PR. Cessna 310G. 6 persons. N1166T

43. 1970, November 23: Piper Comanche between West

Palm Beach & Kingston, Jamaica. 3 persons. N9346P

44. 1971, March 20: a Cessna 177b with pilot en route

Andros Island from Miami at 3:18 P.M. N30844

45. 1971, July 26: Horizon Hunter Club’s rental; near

Barbados. 4 persons.

46. 1971, September 10: Phantom II F-4E Jet; on routine

maneuvers 82 miles south of Miami. 2 pilots.

47. 1971, December 21: Cessna 150j with pilot after leaving

Pompano Beach; destination unknown. N61155

48. 1972, October 10: Super Constellation between Miami

& Santo Domingo. 4 crew. N564E

49. 1973, March 28: Cessna 172 after leaving West Palm

Beach, FL, with pilot. N7050T

50. 1973, May 25: a Navion A16 between Freeport and

West Palm Beach. 2 persons. N5126K

51. 1973, August 10: Beechcraft Bonanza between Fort

Lauderdale & Marsh Harbour, Bahamas. 4 persons.

N7956K

52. 1973, August 26: after departing Viaquez, PR; Cessna

150. 3 persons. N50143

53. 1973, December 20: a Lake Amphibian between

Nassau and Bimini. (near Bimini). 3 persons. N39385

54. 1974, February 10: pilot and his Cessna 414 vanish

after leaving treasure Cay, Bahamas. N8103Q

55. 1974, February 10: that night a Pilattus -Brittan-

Norman Islander with pilot and co-pilot disappear at

7:31 P.M. on approach St. Thomas. N864JA

56. 1974, July 13: Piper PA-32 between West Palm Beach &

Walker Cay, Bahamas. N83CA

57. 1974, August 11: Beech K35 Bonanza after departing

Pompano Beach, FL. for Philadelphia. 2 persons.

N632Q

58. 1975, February 25: Piper PA-30; Greensboro, NC. to

Freeport, GBI; pilot only. N414DG

59. 1975, May 2: Cessna “Skymaster”; Fort Lauderdale

area. N86011

60. 1975, July 28: Cessna 172; vicinity Fort Lauderdale. 1

N8936V

61. 1975, December 9: Cessna 172; St. Croix to St. Kitts. 1;

N5182R

62. 1976, June 4: Beech D50; Pahokee, FL., to Dominican

Republic; 2. N1157

63. 1976, August 8: Piper PA-28; Vera Cruz, Mexico to

Brownsville, TX; 1. (See Q&A Arguments on shape)

N6377J

64. 1976, October 24: Beech E-50; Opa Locka, FL. to Grand

Turk Island. N5665D

65. 1976, December 28: Piper PA-23; Anguilla to Beef

Island; 6. N4573P

66. 1978, February 22: a KA-6 Navy attack bomber

vanished from radar 100 miles off Norfolk en route

U.S.S. John F. Kennedy; 2.

67. 1978, March 25: Aero Commander 680; Opa Locka-

Imokalee, FL. to Freeport, Grand Bahama; 2. N128C

68. 1978, April 27: Ted Smith 601; Pompano Beach to

Panama City, FL.; 1. N555BU

69. 1978, April 30: Cessna 172; Dillon, SC., to unknown; 1.

N1GH

70. 1978, May 19: Piper PA-28 Fort Pierce to Nassau; 4.

N47910

71. 1978, May 26: Beech 65; Port-au-Prince to Bahamas; 2.

N809Q

72. 1978, July 18: Piper PA-31; Santa Marta, Col. to

Port-au- Prince; 2. N689WW

73. 1978, September 21: Douglas DC-3; Fort Lauderdale to

Havana; 4. N407D

74. 1978, November 3: Piper PA-31; St. Croix to St.

Thomas; 1. N59912 (right off St. Thomas)

75. 1978, November 20: Piper PA-23; De Funiak Springs to

Gainsville, FL.; 4. N54615

76. 1979, January 11: Beech A23A; Opa Locka to St.

Thomas; 2. N925RZ

77. 1979, April 2: Beech E18s; Fort Lauderdale to Cat

Island, Bahamas; 1. N4442

78. 1979, April 24: Piper PA-28R; Fort Lauderdale to

Nassau; 4. N7480J

79. 1979, June 30: Cessna 150J; St. Croix to St. Thomas; 2.

N60936

80. 1979, September 9: Cessna 182; New Orleans to

Pensacola, Florida. 3 persons. N2183R

81. 1979, October 4: Aero Commander 500; Andros Island

to West Palm Beach, FL.; pilot; N3815C

82. 1979, October 27: Piper PA-23; Montego Bay, Jamaico

to Nassau; pilot. N13986

83. 1979, November 19: Beech D50b; Delray Beach, FL to

to Key West; 1. N1706

84. 1979, December 21: Piper PA-23; Aguadilla to South

Caicos Island; 4 persons. N1435P

85. 1980, February 11: Beech 58; St. Thomas to unknown;

only pilot aboard; reported stolen. N9027Q

86. 1980, May 19: Lear Jet; West Palm Beach to New

Orleans; 2. N25NE

87. 1980, June 28; Erco 415-D; Santo Domingo, DR., to San

Juan, PR; 2 persons. Pilot reported UFO before

disappearing. N3808H

88. 1981, January 6: Beech c35; Bimini to Nassau; 4

persons N5805C

89. 1982, July 5: Piper PA-28R-201T; Nashville to Venice,

FL.; 4. N505HP

90. 1982, September 28: Beech H35; Marsh Harbour to

Fort Pierce, FL.; 2. N5999

91. 1982, October 20: Piper PA-31; Anguilla to ST.

Thomas, VI. 8 persons. Charter Service. N777AA

92. 1982, November 5: Beech 65-B80; Fort Lauderdale to

Eleuthera Island, Bahamas; 3 persons. N1HQ

93. 1983, October 4: a Cessna T-210-J; Andros Town,

Bahamas to Fort Pierce, FL.; 3 persons. N2284R

94. 1983, November 20: Cessna 340A disappeared near

Orangeville, Fl.; pilot. N85JK

95. 1984, March 12: a Piper between Key West and

Clearwater, Florida; 4 persons. N39677

96. 1984, March 31: Cessna 402b between Fort

Lauderdale and Bimini; 6 persons. N44NC

97. 1984, December 23: Aeronca 7AC between Cross City,

Florida and Alabama; pilot. N81947

98. 1985, January 14: a Cessna 337 in Atlantic northeast

of Jacksonville; 4 persons. N505CX

99. 1985, May 8: Cessna 210k; Miami to Port-au-Prince,

Haiti; pilot. N9465M

100. 1985, July 12: Piper between Nassau and Opa Locka;

4 persons. N8341L

101. 1985, August 3: a Cessna 172; somewhere near Fort

Meyers, FL.; pilot. ??

102. 1985, September 8: a Piper northeast of Key West at

10:08 P.M. en route from Fort Lauderdale; 2 persons.

N5488W

103. 1985, October 31: Piper at 8:29 A.M. ; between

Sarasota, FL. and Columbus, Georgia; pilot. N24MS

104. 1986, March 26: a Piper en route from Miami to West

End or Freeport, GBI.; 6 persons. N3527E

105. 1986, August 3: A Twin Otter charter, around St.

Vincent; 13 persons.

106. 1987, May 27: a Cessna 402c; between Palm Beach,

FL. and Marsh Harbour, Great Abaco,Bahamas; 1.

N2652B

107. 1987, June 3: a Cessna 401; Freeport to Crooked

Island; 4 persons. N7896F

108. 1987, December 2: Cessna 152; La Romana to nearby

San Juan; pilot. N757EQ

109. 1988, February 7: a Beechcraft over the Caribbean

Sea; 4 persons. N844G

110. 1989, February 6: a Piper; after departing

Jacksonville, Florida; pilot despondent. 1. N6834J

111. 1990, January 24: Cessna 152 on instructional flight;

near West Palm Beach, FL. 2 persons. N4802B

112. 1990, June 5: Piper; St. Maarten to St. Croix; pilot.

N7202F

113. 1990, August 10: Piper; between Sebastian, FL. and

Freeport, GBI.; 4 persons. N6946D. Body found off

Virginia.

114. 1991, April 24: Piper Comanche; off Florida; pilot.

N8938P

115. 1991, May 30: near Long Boat Key; Piper signalled

directional gyro not working; spun into ocean; 2.

N6376P

116. 1991, October 31: Grumman Cougar jet; over Gulf of

Mexico; vanished on ascent while on radar; 2. N24WJ

117. 1993, September 30: Within Miami sector; Cessna

152, with only pilot on board. N93261

118. 1994, August 28: Piper PA-32; Treasure Cay,

Bahamas to Fort Pierce; 2 persons. N69118

119. 1994, September 19: Piper PA-23; over Caribbean; 5.

N6844Y

120. 1994, December 25: Piper PA-28; unknown; over

Florida; pilot. N5916V

121. 1996, May 2: Aero Commander; Atlantic/Caribbean;

vanished with 3 in charter service. N50GV

122. 1998, August 19: Piper PA-28; Atlantic\Caribbean; 4.

N25626

123. 1999. May 12, Aero Commander N6138X; near Nassau

only pilot aboard.

124. 2001, October 27, Cessna 172, after leaving

Winterhaven, Florida; only pilot aboard.

125. 2002, September 6, Piper Pawnee, southeast of

Nassua, Bahamas; only pilot on board. N59684

125... that's a big number and it's only up until 2002. So there's have to be some forces at work, they all couldn't have crashed. could they? I was going to list ships too but, that's just way too much.

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Did you know that even small electromagnetic fields can interfere with any electric device in a quite important way? In fact, when you place a simple radio next to a boat's navigation system controls, the controls are going to be "in interference" with the radio's electromagnetic waves, which will cause the boat to suddenly radically change direction and/or will cause the loss of control over the boat. Imagine placing something far bigger than a simple radio in the ocean. Of course there will be navigation problems with planes/boats in that area! In my opinion, something lies in the ocean in BT causing the aforementioned events.

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Why do people just think the Bermuda Triangle is a special place? Hundreds of people have been "lost" in there but do you ever think about the people that become lost on normal parts of the ocean? Perhaps the area that the triangle is in is just a very bad area because of current changes and such. The ocean is a very peculiar place to be these days. Global Warming is real and it has probably been screwing with us for a while.

I don't refute that compasses will sometimes become erratic in the area of the triangle, but has ANYONE ever gone outside the boundaries of it and tested just outside there? Perhaps it isn't a triangle. Perhaps it is a normal scientific phenomena that hasn't been tested entirely yet.

There is absolutely NO evidence suggesting some sort of time warp. All of this is just shannanegins until people actually go to the triangle, do a large study and conclude with fair results.

Sure, hundreds of people have been lost in there, and ofcourse people do get lost on other parts of the ocean as well. But relatively speaking, more people get lost in the triangle than in other parts.

You can hardly go and blame global warming, since ships have been disappearing in that area when people had just started with discovery journeys (apparantly, even Columbus got in the triangle. For some reason he got out again, though).

What I think is the main problem with this triangle, is that there are so many different theories (both supernatural, extraterrestial ánd scientific) out there, that nobody really knows anymore what could be true and what not.

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has ANYONE ever gone outside the boundaries of it and tested just outside there? Perhaps it isn't a triangle.

The triangle is only approximative, of course in reality it's not limited at all to any kind of triangular structure.

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The Triangle is in the ocean. The ocean is very deep. The ocean has currents in it. Water moves, weather changes, hurricanes occur. Whirlpools can even occur. Would you like to know how giant 30 ton ships get moved around into even deeper parts of the unexplored parts of the ocean?

Go to the Grand Canyon and see what the Colorado River did with millions of years. Now imagine the ocean in its place with plenty of hurricanes and other regular phenomena going on. Planes going down can be explained by weather whether the skies are clear or not.

The Triangle gets an author that can write well a good amount of money. That's all.

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I'm sure an author just out for money is not going to choose the BT as the topic.

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The Triangle is in the ocean. The ocean is very deep. The ocean has currents in it. Water moves, weather changes, hurricanes occur. Whirlpools can even occur. Would you like to know how giant 30 ton ships get moved around into even deeper parts of the unexplored parts of the ocean?

Go to the Grand Canyon and see what the Colorado River did with millions of years. Now imagine the ocean in its place with plenty of hurricanes and other regular phenomena going on. Planes going down can be explained by weather whether the skies are clear or not.

The Triangle gets an author that can write well a good amount of money. That's all.

Certainly. But we are speaking of a particular part of the ocean. Statistics evidently falsify what you are saying.

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Did you ever see the Penn and Teller on statistics? I think it's called Numbers or something.

Statistics prove nothing. Kind of like saying "miracles" are far to many to be coincidence.

Random chooses a time, place and happening to create an event and that time and place go back into the hat.

Perhaps random likes to pick the Bermuda Triangle a lot :)

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Good find Sweet. Strange stories have come out of that place Here's a list of planes alone that have gone missing.

The aircraft below are listed for purposes of assisting in identification. I do not necessarily believe every one is the result of unexplainable mystery.

Summary of Missing Planes

1. 1945, December 5: The entire training flight of five Navy

TBM Avengers. Plane #s FT-28, FT-36, FT-117,

FT-3, FT-81. Crew: 14

2. 1945, December 5: PBM Martin Mariner. Off Banana

River, Florida at 28o 59’ NL 80o 25 WL. Crew:13

3. 1947, July 3: a C-54 Douglas en route from Bermuda to

Miami in cargo service. Crew: 7.

4. 1948, January 30: BSAAC Tudor IV Airliner Star Tiger

near Bermuda, northest. 29 crew and passengers, includ

ing Air Marshal Sir Arthur Coningham. GAHNP.

5. 1948, December 28: NC-16002, Douglas DC-3 passenger

airliner; south of Miami on approach to the airport

(within 50 miles). crew and passengers: 31.

6. 1949, January 17: Tudor IV Star Ariel (sister of Star

Tiger) Bermuda for Kingston, Jamaica. Crew and

pasengers: 19. GAGRE.

7. 1954, October 30: Super Constellation, in Navy service.

Maryland for Lajes, in the Azores. Crew and passengers:

42.

8. 1956, November 9: Martin Marlin amphibious patrol

plane, about 350 miles north of Bermuda. Crew: 10.

9. 1961, October 15: an 8 engine SAC B-52 “Pogo 22” north

of Bermuda while returning from routine maneuvers.

10. 1962, January 8: Air Force KB-50 Aerial tanker. North

Carolina to Lajes, Azores. Crew: 8.

11. 1962, May 27: a C-133 Cargomaster, between Dover and

Lajes, Azores. Crew:10.

12. 1963, August 28: 2 KC-135 Stratotanker jets

mysteriously disintergrate over the Sargasso Sea,

enroute back to Miami from refueling near Bermuda.

Crew: 10 total.

13 1963, September 22: another C-133 Cargomaster; Dover

for the Azores. Crew: 10.

14. 1964, February 8: Piper Apache between Grand Bahama

Island and West Palm Beach, Florida. 4 persons. N2157P

15. 1964, December 5: Cessna 140 with 2 persons; off New

Smyrna Beach, Florida. N81089

16. 1965, June 5: a C-119 “Flying Boxcar”; Miami to Grand

Turk. Crew: 10. Was within 100 miles of Grand Turk.

17. 1965, September 15: Beechcraft c18s, with 3 persons,

near St. Thomas, VI, around 7:26 P.M. N8063H

18. 1965, October 31: Cessna 182 somewhere between

Marathon Key and Key West, Florida. 2 persons. N4010D

19. 1965, December 6: Ercoupe F01; between Fort

Lauderdale and West End, Grand Bahama. 2 persons.

N99660

20. 1965, December 29: a Piper Cherokee; South Caicos for

San Juan. 3 persons. N6077P

21. 1966, April 5: a converted cargo B-25; Fort Lauderdale

to Aruba. N92877

22. 1966, September 20: Tampa to Baton Rouge; Piper

Commanche. 2 persons. (see arguments on shape)

N7090P

23. 1967, January 11: Chase YC-122; between Fort

Lauderdale and Bimini in the Bahamas. 4 Persons.

N122E

24. 1967, January 14: a Beechcraft Bonanza near Key

Largo.N7210B 4 persons.

25. 1967, January 17: Piper Cherokee en route St. Thomas

from San Juan. N4129P

26. 1967, July 2: near Mayaguez, PR, a Cherokee. 4

persons. N5100W

27. 1967, August 6: between Miami & Bimini; Piper

Cherokee. 3 persons. N8165W

28. 1967, October 3: Cherokee; Great Inagua for San Juan.

N3775K

29. 1967, November 8: Cessna 182; George Town, Great

Exuma and Nassau. 4 persons. N7121E

30. 1967, November 22: Cherokee near Cat Island,

Bahamas. 4 persons. N9443J

31. 1968, May 29: Cessna 172 near Grand Turk. 2 persons.

N1483F

32. 1968, July 8: between Grand Bahama & West Palm

Beach; Cessna 180. 2 persons. N944MH

33. 1969, January 5: Piper Comanche between Pompano

Beach, FL & North Carolina. 2 persons. N8653P

34. 1969, February 15: Beechcraft 95-c55 en route Miami

from Georgia. N9490S

35. 1969, March 8: big Douglas DC-4 in cargo service;

after leaving the Azores. Crew: 3. N3821

36. 1969, March 22: a Beechcraft between Kingston,

Jamaica & Nassau. 2 persons. N609R

37. 1969, June 6: Cessna 172 between Grand Turk &

Caicos Island. 2 persons. N8040L

38. 1969, June 29: a B-95 Beechcraft Executive; Great

Inagua for San Juan. N590T

39. 1969, August 3: Piper PA-22; West Palm Beach to

Albion, New Jersey. 2 persons. N8971C

40. 1969, October 11: Pilattus-Brittan-Norman Islander;

Great Inagua for Puerto Rico. 2 persons. N852JA

41. 1970, January 17: Piper Comanche; between Nassau &

Opa Locka, FL. 2 persons. N9078P

42. 1970, July 3: between Maiquetia, Venesuela & San

Juan, PR. Cessna 310G. 6 persons. N1166T

43. 1970, November 23: Piper Comanche between West

Palm Beach & Kingston, Jamaica. 3 persons. N9346P

44. 1971, March 20: a Cessna 177b with pilot en route

Andros Island from Miami at 3:18 P.M. N30844

45. 1971, July 26: Horizon Hunter Club’s rental; near

Barbados. 4 persons.

46. 1971, September 10: Phantom II F-4E Jet; on routine

maneuvers 82 miles south of Miami. 2 pilots.

47. 1971, December 21: Cessna 150j with pilot after leaving

Pompano Beach; destination unknown. N61155

48. 1972, October 10: Super Constellation between Miami

& Santo Domingo. 4 crew. N564E

49. 1973, March 28: Cessna 172 after leaving West Palm

Beach, FL, with pilot. N7050T

50. 1973, May 25: a Navion A16 between Freeport and

West Palm Beach. 2 persons. N5126K

51. 1973, August 10: Beechcraft Bonanza between Fort

Lauderdale & Marsh Harbour, Bahamas. 4 persons.

N7956K

52. 1973, August 26: after departing Viaquez, PR; Cessna

150. 3 persons. N50143

53. 1973, December 20: a Lake Amphibian between

Nassau and Bimini. (near Bimini). 3 persons. N39385

54. 1974, February 10: pilot and his Cessna 414 vanish

after leaving treasure Cay, Bahamas. N8103Q

55. 1974, February 10: that night a Pilattus -Brittan-

Norman Islander with pilot and co-pilot disappear at

7:31 P.M. on approach St. Thomas. N864JA

56. 1974, July 13: Piper PA-32 between West Palm Beach &

Walker Cay, Bahamas. N83CA

57. 1974, August 11: Beech K35 Bonanza after departing

Pompano Beach, FL. for Philadelphia. 2 persons.

N632Q

58. 1975, February 25: Piper PA-30; Greensboro, NC. to

Freeport, GBI; pilot only. N414DG

59. 1975, May 2: Cessna “Skymaster”; Fort Lauderdale

area. N86011

60. 1975, July 28: Cessna 172; vicinity Fort Lauderdale. 1

N8936V

61. 1975, December 9: Cessna 172; St. Croix to St. Kitts. 1;

N5182R

62. 1976, June 4: Beech D50; Pahokee, FL., to Dominican

Republic; 2. N1157

63. 1976, August 8: Piper PA-28; Vera Cruz, Mexico to

Brownsville, TX; 1. (See Q&A Arguments on shape)

N6377J

64. 1976, October 24: Beech E-50; Opa Locka, FL. to Grand

Turk Island. N5665D

65. 1976, December 28: Piper PA-23; Anguilla to Beef

Island; 6. N4573P

66. 1978, February 22: a KA-6 Navy attack bomber

vanished from radar 100 miles off Norfolk en route

U.S.S. John F. Kennedy; 2.

67. 1978, March 25: Aero Commander 680; Opa Locka-

Imokalee, FL. to Freeport, Grand Bahama; 2. N128C

68. 1978, April 27: Ted Smith 601; Pompano Beach to

Panama City, FL.; 1. N555BU

69. 1978, April 30: Cessna 172; Dillon, SC., to unknown; 1.

N1GH

70. 1978, May 19: Piper PA-28 Fort Pierce to Nassau; 4.

N47910

71. 1978, May 26: Beech 65; Port-au-Prince to Bahamas; 2.

N809Q

72. 1978, July 18: Piper PA-31; Santa Marta, Col. to

Port-au- Prince; 2. N689WW

73. 1978, September 21: Douglas DC-3; Fort Lauderdale to

Havana; 4. N407D

74. 1978, November 3: Piper PA-31; St. Croix to St.

Thomas; 1. N59912 (right off St. Thomas)

75. 1978, November 20: Piper PA-23; De Funiak Springs to

Gainsville, FL.; 4. N54615

76. 1979, January 11: Beech A23A; Opa Locka to St.

Thomas; 2. N925RZ

77. 1979, April 2: Beech E18s; Fort Lauderdale to Cat

Island, Bahamas; 1. N4442

78. 1979, April 24: Piper PA-28R; Fort Lauderdale to

Nassau; 4. N7480J

79. 1979, June 30: Cessna 150J; St. Croix to St. Thomas; 2.

N60936

80. 1979, September 9: Cessna 182; New Orleans to

Pensacola, Florida. 3 persons. N2183R

81. 1979, October 4: Aero Commander 500; Andros Island

to West Palm Beach, FL.; pilot; N3815C

82. 1979, October 27: Piper PA-23; Montego Bay, Jamaico

to Nassau; pilot. N13986

83. 1979, November 19: Beech D50b; Delray Beach, FL to

to Key West; 1. N1706

84. 1979, December 21: Piper PA-23; Aguadilla to South

Caicos Island; 4 persons. N1435P

85. 1980, February 11: Beech 58; St. Thomas to unknown;

only pilot aboard; reported stolen. N9027Q

86. 1980, May 19: Lear Jet; West Palm Beach to New

Orleans; 2. N25NE

87. 1980, June 28; Erco 415-D; Santo Domingo, DR., to San

Juan, PR; 2 persons. Pilot reported UFO before

disappearing. N3808H

88. 1981, January 6: Beech c35; Bimini to Nassau; 4

persons N5805C

89. 1982, July 5: Piper PA-28R-201T; Nashville to Venice,

FL.; 4. N505HP

90. 1982, September 28: Beech H35; Marsh Harbour to

Fort Pierce, FL.; 2. N5999

91. 1982, October 20: Piper PA-31; Anguilla to ST.

Thomas, VI. 8 persons. Charter Service. N777AA

92. 1982, November 5: Beech 65-B80; Fort Lauderdale to

Eleuthera Island, Bahamas; 3 persons. N1HQ

93. 1983, October 4: a Cessna T-210-J; Andros Town,

Bahamas to Fort Pierce, FL.; 3 persons. N2284R

94. 1983, November 20: Cessna 340A disappeared near

Orangeville, Fl.; pilot. N85JK

95. 1984, March 12: a Piper between Key West and

Clearwater, Florida; 4 persons. N39677

96. 1984, March 31: Cessna 402b between Fort

Lauderdale and Bimini; 6 persons. N44NC

97. 1984, December 23: Aeronca 7AC between Cross City,

Florida and Alabama; pilot. N81947

98. 1985, January 14: a Cessna 337 in Atlantic northeast

of Jacksonville; 4 persons. N505CX

99. 1985, May 8: Cessna 210k; Miami to Port-au-Prince,

Haiti; pilot. N9465M

100. 1985, July 12: Piper between Nassau and Opa Locka;

4 persons. N8341L

101. 1985, August 3: a Cessna 172; somewhere near Fort

Meyers, FL.; pilot. ??

102. 1985, September 8: a Piper northeast of Key West at

10:08 P.M. en route from Fort Lauderdale; 2 persons.

N5488W

103. 1985, October 31: Piper at 8:29 A.M. ; between

Sarasota, FL. and Columbus, Georgia; pilot. N24MS

104. 1986, March 26: a Piper en route from Miami to West

End or Freeport, GBI.; 6 persons. N3527E

105. 1986, August 3: A Twin Otter charter, around St.

Vincent; 13 persons.

106. 1987, May 27: a Cessna 402c; between Palm Beach,

FL. and Marsh Harbour, Great Abaco,Bahamas; 1.

N2652B

107. 1987, June 3: a Cessna 401; Freeport to Crooked

Island; 4 persons. N7896F

108. 1987, December 2: Cessna 152; La Romana to nearby

San Juan; pilot. N757EQ

109. 1988, February 7: a Beechcraft over the Caribbean

Sea; 4 persons. N844G

110. 1989, February 6: a Piper; after departing

Jacksonville, Florida; pilot despondent. 1. N6834J

111. 1990, January 24: Cessna 152 on instructional flight;

near West Palm Beach, FL. 2 persons. N4802B

112. 1990, June 5: Piper; St. Maarten to St. Croix; pilot.

N7202F

113. 1990, August 10: Piper; between Sebastian, FL. and

Freeport, GBI.; 4 persons. N6946D. Body found off

Virginia.

114. 1991, April 24: Piper Comanche; off Florida; pilot.

N8938P

115. 1991, May 30: near Long Boat Key; Piper signalled

directional gyro not working; spun into ocean; 2.

N6376P

116. 1991, October 31: Grumman Cougar jet; over Gulf of

Mexico; vanished on ascent while on radar; 2. N24WJ

117. 1993, September 30: Within Miami sector; Cessna

152, with only pilot on board. N93261

118. 1994, August 28: Piper PA-32; Treasure Cay,

Bahamas to Fort Pierce; 2 persons. N69118

119. 1994, September 19: Piper PA-23; over Caribbean; 5.

N6844Y

120. 1994, December 25: Piper PA-28; unknown; over

Florida; pilot. N5916V

121. 1996, May 2: Aero Commander; Atlantic/Caribbean;

vanished with 3 in charter service. N50GV

122. 1998, August 19: Piper PA-28; Atlantic\Caribbean; 4.

N25626

123. 1999. May 12, Aero Commander N6138X; near Nassau

only pilot aboard.

124. 2001, October 27, Cessna 172, after leaving

Winterhaven, Florida; only pilot aboard.

125. 2002, September 6, Piper Pawnee, southeast of

Nassua, Bahamas; only pilot on board. N59684

125... that's a big number and it's only up until 2002. So there's have to be some forces at work, they all couldn't have crashed. could they? I was going to list ships too but, that's just way too much.

OMG. Thats totally full on. :o

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Could that place be the famed garden of eden? or Atlantis? Maybe we just need to put a tower up there. It could also be a VERY strong pirate hangout, with jammers preventing electrical signals.

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I remember reading somewhere that some scientists believed that there was some strange magnetic field/gravity belt thingamajig that made them crash. I don't know much on the subject so unfortunately I can't elaborate, but that is what I heard.

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I watched the history channel a few nights ago, had this documentary on the theory that earth has it's own black hole in the bermuda triangle, and directly across from it on the other side of the world, is a theorized white hole, and both are connected through a wormhole in the earth, pretty damn interesting stuff to think about there :D

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