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Bermuda Triangle and UFO Controversy

Bermuda Triangle and UFOThe Bermuda Triangle is a section of ocean formed by drawing lines between Miami, Florida, Bermuda Island and Puerto Rico. The area is famous because of the loss of military Flight 19 on December 5, 1945. Five planes simply vanished without a trace. Click on the image to see an enlargement.

The location is also known for its many shipwrecks. This is a great area to search for the sunken wreckage of an old world vessel that was known for carrying large quantities of gold and other precious cargos.

It is true that many aircraft and ships have vanished in the area. Many speculate that the losses were not caused by natural phenomena. UFOs are claimed to have been responsible for many of the losses. One such story tells of the US nuclear aircraft carrier, USS John F. Kennedy, being stopped in the triangle by a UFO in 1971. The spacecraft is said to have blocked all communication on the aircraft carrier and was hovering overhead.

“During this time you cannot tell where the sea and sky meet. This is the time of evening it was. As we looked up, we saw a large, glowing sphere. Well it seemed large, however, there was no point of reference. That is to say, if the sphere were low; say 100 feet above the ship, then it would have been about two to three hundred feet in diameter. If it were say 500 feet about the ship then it would have been larger. It made no sound that I could hear. The light coming from it wasn’t too bright, about half of what the sun would be. It sort of pulsated a little and was yellow to orange.

We didn’t get to looked at it for more than about 20 seconds because General Quarters (Battle stations) was sounding and the Communication Officer was in the passageway telling us to get back into the Comm Center.”

Notice to all military personnel. If this ever happens again, BLOW THE UFO AWAY. Don’t be so cowardly.

This is all very interesting. But seriously, would you say, “Yes, sir,” upon being asked to go back below the deck while you were viewing an alien spacecraft hovering overhead? Certainly not. If such an event were true, it would be the one time that all orders would certainly be disobeyed. We are led to believe that 4,999 other personnel on the ship obeyed orders to keep the UFO incident secret, but this guy spilled his guts. This personal testimony is pure nonsense and a great example why personal testimonies are worthless.

The Bermuda Triangle does have a high number of airplane and ship accidents. The area has a lot of traffic. The relatively calm climate, warm weather and beautiful beaches lead people to the area. This wonderful weather can suddenly turn to the worst weather on the planet because this is also known as hurricane alley. Modern satellite photos allow us to see the coming disaster, but this was not the case in the recent past. The area can also have flash squalls and rogue waves that catch airplane pilots and ship captains off guard. Methane gas pockets under the ocean floor are another threat. A methane eruption causes methane bubbles in the ocean that reduce the effective density. A ship surrounded with these bubbles will sink like a rock in seconds without a trace.

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September 26, 2008 - Posted by | Bermuda Triangle, Historic Controversies, Science, UFO Controversies | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

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