The Bermuda Triangle Conspiracy

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The Bermuda Triangle Conspiracy
The Bermuda Triangle is a place that has been seeing sketchy disappearances since Christopher Columbus’ time period. The Triangle is an area in the North Atlantic Ocean between Bermuda, Florida, and Puerto Rico. The area is occupies is the site of numerous disappearances of people, ships, and planes. The Bermuda Triangle covers approximately 500,000 square miles. Aircraft and ships go missing, compasses spin wildly, strange clouds of fog arise, ship and airplane radios fade out and eventually stop working, and much more happens within this area of open ocean. The United States Navy does not believe the Bermuda Triangle exists and the United States Board of Geographic Names does not recognize the Bermuda Triangle as an official name for the area. Some would say that the government is trying to cover something up. Just think of the think about the suspicion that comes with hundreds of ships going missing, along with their cargo, crew, and passengers. There are many explanations for the disappearances within the triangle, but not all are as plausible as others; and the explanations are certainly not addressed by the United States.

Natural explanations of the disappearances have been passed around, but the United States won’t let out what the real reason for the missing ships and people are. Some natural explanations include human error and disorientation, but it’s hard for me to believe that so many pilots and captains became disoriented at the same spot in the ocean and lost their cargo and crew. Crazy weather patterns could have also been a reason for disappearances and deaths in the triangle. Strong wild, the gulf stream, and mid-oceanic storms such as hurricanes could be fatal to ships and aircraft passing through. As a National Hurricane Center specialist, James Lushine stated, “during very unstable weather conditions the downburst of cod air from aloft can hit the surface like a bomb, exploding outward like a giant squall...
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