September 26, 2006 2:52pm CST
Does plains and boats still disapear?
1 Nov 06
The Bermuda Triangle, also known as the Devil's Triangle, is a geographical area in the Atlantic Ocean approximately triangular in shape and is famous for its supposed paranormal activities. The Bermuda Triangle's three corners are roughly defined by Bermuda, Puerto Rico, and Fort Lauderdale, Florida, giving it an area of nearly half a million square miles (1.2 million km²). Paranormal Claims: "A significant number of ships and aircraft have disappeared under highly unusual circumstances." "Paranormal activity where the known laws of physics are violated." It has even been suggested that "extraterrestrial beings are responsible for some of the disappearances."
26 Nov 06
yes. it really happen and nobody know the reason. some scientis suggested that the formation of gas my be one of the reason for the disapearing of ship as the formation of gas will lower the density of the water there and make the water unable support the weight of the ship. this make the ship sink. There are many claims of paranormal activity within the Triangle, especially the inexplicable disappearance of ships and aircraft, or of their crews. Other common claims made of the region are that the laws of physics do not operate here as they do elsewhere, or that extraterrestrial beings are responsible for the disappearances.