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  • Atlantis

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    locations, before reading once again his favourite quote: In the fabled city of Atlantis rests the most precious thing to be found: a flawless raw sapphire of the deepest darkest blue, larger around than the reach of a man’s arms. A hand-drawn map illustration accompanied the quote revealing the North Atlantic Ocean. On the right sat Morocco, Spain and the Canary Islands, on the left one word in faded letters – Atlantis – and below the words 620 miles off the west coast of Africa. The engine died

  • Essay On The Bermuda Triangle

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    are many theories behind the Triangle, but a few are more believable than the rest. Scientists and theorists have linked these three main theories to the Bermuda Triangle: the electromagnetic properties of the Triangle, natural causes, or UFO’s and Atlantis. The first theory of why the Bermuda Triangle is mysterious is because some scientists and theorists believe that it has special magnetic properties and has the potential to force compasses to point to True North. These devices are not supposed to

  • The Bermuda Triangle

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    Triangle. Over dozens of ships and planes have disappeared after they entered into the area. The questions the Bermuda Triangle leave for the world still remain unsolved, and some people have included it to UFO's and the mythical lost continent of Atlantis. People started to feel curious about its mysterious origin and unexplainable incidents, which followed by many sayings. Everything with the Bermuda Triangle had begun from the log book of Christopher Columbus. Christopher Columbus was the first

  • Explanations of the Strange Disappearances in the Bermuda Triangle

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    A skeptic once argued “trying to find a common cause for every Bermuda Triangle disappearance is no more logical than trying to find a common cause for every automobile accident in Arizona” (“Bermuda Triangle”). Although some theories may be more plausible than others, this is implying that there is not one single explanation of these disappearances. While some researchers propose far-fetched theories, historical events as well as scientific observation and experimentation show many reasonable explanations

  • Bermuda Triangle

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    There has always been a lot of speculation about the Bermuda Triangle, blaming sea monsters and the lost city of Atlantis for all of the disappearances within the past century. Everything that happens, though, can be logically explained, just by taking a look at the weather patterns and the waters that lie within the Bermuda Triangle. One of the possible reasons why so many ships and aircraft mysteriously disappear is because of methane hydrates. Methane hydrates are pockets of gas trapped inside

  • Bremuda triangle

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    What Mr Cherry is saying is: WI something generally held to be untrue > is actually true? This is not alternative history because the existence > or otherwise of the Bermuda Triangle did not follow from a chain of > historical acts by human beings. No. What I was saying is: "what if this thing, generally held untrue, is not only true, but intruded on a historical event, as described afterwards." > OK, David. What's the PoD? What is the decision point where history > could have gone one way or the

  • Atlantis: The Story Of Atlantis, A Real Place

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    We have all heard of Atlantis, the legendary island that in a single day and night sank into the sea. But who came up with it, was Atlantis a real place, and is there more to the story than this? We get the story of Atlantis from the ancient Greek philosopher, Plato. Specifically, from two of his dialogues, “Timaeus” and “Critias.” The books date to around 360 B.C. In them, Plato wrote that the wise sage, Solon, was given the story in Egypt by a priest there. Upon returning, Solon then shared

  • the crime

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    got our luggage and had to go through customs. We went outside caught our bus and off we went to our resort. When arrived there everyone was very nice and respectful. Our first day their we planned to take a boat over to the Atlantis resort on Paradise, Island. The Atlantis is a resort known to have movie stars and athletes stay. I was only twenty years old when we went there, so I have never been to a casino. We all got to gamble, and I won $300 playing blackjack, it was a blast. The resort also

  • The Bermuda Triangle: The Devil's Triangle

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    I believe that some super natural occurrences have happened in the Bermuda Triangle. For more than 100 years, the Bermuda triangle has been terrorizing sailors and causing countless accidents. More than 50 ships and 20 aircrafts have sailed into the terrifying body of water also known as the Devil’s Triangle. You won't spot it on any real official map and you also won't know when you cross the line of it when sailing, but for some people the Bermuda Triangle is an actual real place where civilians

  • The Power Of Supernatural Power

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    Phillip Cao Ms.Choi English 9, per.4 May 29, 2014 There is no supernatural power Supernatural is one of the greatest mysteries of mankind , with the multitude of unexplained phenomenon . The story never have an end , a topic never less heat in many debates with a lot of speculation around it , and also the endless source of inspiration for writers and filmmaker with a multitude of books and popular movies on this subject , horror movies . In fact it became more and more intense through time because