Bermuda Triangle

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  • Bermuda Triangle

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    The Bermuda Triangle Is the Bermuda Triangle really a place where strange powers are at work? The Bermuda Triangle is a very complex and mystifying area that is noted for a high incidence of unexplained losses of ships, small boats, and aircraft. From reading this paper one will learn geographic features of the Bermuda Triangle, famous disappearances, and possible explanations for them. There is a section of the western Atlantic, off the southeast coast of the United States, forming what has been

  • Triangles: The Bermuda Triangle

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    Triangles seem like complex shape to understand although they happen to be the most simple shapes in geometry because, they come in many different varieties such as, equilateral (3 equal sides; 3 equal angles always 60 degrees), isosceles (only 2 equal sides;2 equal angles), and scalene (no equal sides; no equal angles). Triangles also come in a variety of angles, acute (all angles are less than 90 degrees), right (has a right angle) , and obtuse ( has an angle more than 90 degrees). A triangle is

  • The Bermuda Triangle

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    which received the name the Bermuda Triangle (Duffield). No one knows why this phenomenon happens, but there are theories out there that just might explain what goes on in the Bermuda Triangle. The Bermuda Triangle is an area of water in the Atlantic Ocean that connects Miami, Florida, San Juan, Puerto Rico, and the Bermuda Islands together and makes a triangle shape (What is the Bermuda Triangle). Even though it is just part of the Atlantic Ocean, the Bermuda Triangle has been known to cause problems

  • The Bermuda Triangle

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    The Bermuda Triangle Off the southern tip of Florida lies a phenomenon called the Bermuda Triangle. Ships, planes, and over one thousand lives were lost in the Triangle without a trace. Theories have been put forth, but still no universally accepted explanation exists for the mystery that surrounds the Bermuda Triangle. The Bermuda Triangle covers almost 440,000 square miles of the Atlantic Ocean. An imaginary line that begins near Melbourne, Florida, extends south to Bermuda, and west to

  • The Bermuda Triangle

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    The Bermuda Triangle The Bermuda Triangle is shrouded, in a thick cloud of mystery, in a thick cloud of controversy, and a thick cloud of argument. Not even the location of the Triangle is agreed on. The most common description of its location is the triangle formed by linking Bermuda, Miami, and Puerto Rico. But there is also two other descriptions: The Devil's Triangle is more like a blob that covers most of the western Caribbean. The Limbo of the lost is an area that stems from Miami to

  • The Bermuda Triangle: The Mystery Of The Bermuda Triangle

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    The mystery of The Bermuda Triangle has proven time and time again to be one of the world’s most bewildering phenomenons, and has kept scholars and conspiracists alike scratching their heads. It has defied all aspects of logic, science, likelihood, and probability. According to a late September, 2017 article by Holly Christodoulou, a writer for “The Sun”, “The Bermuda Triangle seems to have laid claim to at least 1000 lives via the mysterious disappearances of massive man-made vessels such as planes

  • The Bermuda Triangle

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    and a few of them are the Bermuda Triangle disappearances. With a map of the Atlantic Ocean, and a ruler, about anyone can outline the Bermuda Triangle. It is a region in the Atlantic Ocean touching on Bermuda, Puerto Rico, and Florida. “It covers roughly 500,000 square miles” (Obringer). The Bermuda Triangle is also referred to as Devil 's Triangle because many airplanes and ships have mysteriously disappeared in the region, without any trace. The Devil’s Triangle is one of the biggest mysteries

  • The Bermuda Triangle

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    The Bermuda Triangle is one of the biggest mysterious places in the world. Its exact location is at the Atlantic Ocean, which is bounded by Miami, Bermuda and Puerto Rico. In a normal daily life, it is a part of a regularly sailed shipping lane with cruise ships and many small boats also frequently sailing through the sea. Aircraft are also common in the Bermuda Triangle with both private and commercial planes commonly flying over it. While it has a nickname that shows its horror side-the Devil's

  • The Bermuda Triangle: A Contreversial Mystery Of The Bermuda Triangle

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    The Bermuda Triangle, also known as Devil’s Triangle is an imaginary triangle located between the points of San Juan, Miami, and Bermuda. Christopher Colombus was the first to report odd happenings in the triangle. He claimed that odd lights appeared in the area, and that his compass was acting odd. Afterward, countless reports of missing ships and planes in the area have been noted. No one has an answer to the mystery, however several theories have been developed. The Devils Triangle is a common

  • The Bermuda Triangle

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    The Bermuda Triangle,also known as the Hoodoo Sea, the Devil's Triangle, the Limbo of the Lost, and the Twilight Zone, is a part of the ocean in which planes, ships, and people mysteriously seem to just disappear. It is an imaginary area shaped as a triangle. Which is located in the outer tip of Florida. Its been the biggest mystery of time because of the mysterious disappearances that have happened over time. “The term Bermuda Triangle was first used in an article written by Vincent H. Gaddis for