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Thursday, August 16, 2007

Unsolved mysteries

Mystery and the study of the unknown has always fascinated
people and the search for truth has always led to
many controversies... while some believe in the "supernatural" others
refuse it, but both type have their own reasons for their beliefs.

there are numerous world famous mysteries that remain
"unsolved" to this day and one such example is the the Bermuda Triangle which i have been searching for answers all along... as to why,what happens in that triangle of death and disappearance Some of these mysteries include the Loch Ness Monster, the Abominable Snowman

but lets focus on the B T fow now.. to know more read below:

The Bermuda Triangle, also known as the Devil's triangle, is a triangular
area of the Atlantic Ocean (305,000 km2) where the disappearances of
ships, airplanes, and boats has led to the belief that "supernatural"
forces inhabit this area of the sea. More than 200 planes, ships, and
boats are believed to have disappeared in this triangle without a
trace. This includes over 1,000 seamen and airmen. In most of these
disappearances, it is the fact that no distress signal was ever
received from the disappearing ships and/or planes that heightens the
mystery of what happened to them. Although violent storms and downward
air currents frequently occur in the area, scientists have not
revealed anything extremely peculiar. Boundaries of the Bermuda
Triangle are formed by drawing an imaginary line from Melbourne,
Florida, to Bermuda, to Puerto Rico, and back to Florida. Could there
truly be an unnatural force at work in this geographical triangle or
are these disappearances merely coincidence? Either way, numerous
people remain unwilling to step over the boundary line into the
Devil's Triangle.

the future remains to answer this question, and we humans remain intrigued, and confused about what to believe.what do you believe?


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    Roshan R said...
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