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Bermuda Triangle The legend of the Bermuda Triangle or commonly known as the “Devils Triangle” probably started sometime around 1945, when a squadron of five Navy Avenger airplanes disappeared on a training flight, since then unexplained disappearances in the Bermuda triangle have been reported. In 1958 A Douglas DC-3 aircraft containing 32 people went missing, no trace of the aircraft was ever found. Similarly, in 1955 a yacht was found that had survived three hurricanes but was missing all its crew. What is that is doing all this is it some supernatural power or some sensible scientific reason behind this. We've all heard myths about compasses in the Bermuda Triangle spinning wildly out of control, or airplanes and ships just vanishing from the radar and nothing not even the wreckage was ever found, similarly stories of alien abduction of humans and UFO sightings add to the drama. Scientists and geologist have tried to give all these claims a rational reason. Firstly the area of Bermuda triangle is home to the Puerto Rico trench, the deepest point in the Atlantic Ocean furthermore it is frequently hit by strong hurricanes, wind storms and huge tidal waves these two things work simultaneously with the crazy weather bringing down the vessel and taking it deep into the ocean, so deep that it is almost impossible to find it. Secondly, deep beneath the surface of the Bermuda Triangle lie pockets of trapped methane gas, this methane gas could bubble to the surface, reducing the density of the water. Any ship in that patch of water would lose its buoyancy and sink perilously, if enough of the flammable gas bubbled up to the surface and got high, high, high up into the air, it could potentially stall an airplane engine or even be ignited by an engine's spark. The other reason is Pirates, that’s right, pirates. This region, just north of the Caribbean in the Atlantic…...

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