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Into the Bermuda Triangle: Pursuing the Truth Behind the World's Greatest Mystery (INTERNATIONAL MARINE-RMP)

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Quasar, Gian J. (2003). Into the Bermuda Triangle: Pursuing the Truth Behind the World's Greatest Mystery. International Marine/McGraw Hill. pp.55, 56. ISBN 9780071467032– via Internet Archive Digital Library. Singer, Barry (1979). The Humanist. XXXIX (3): 44–45. {{ cite journal}}: Missing or empty |title= ( help)

Bara, Mike (2019). The Triangle: The truth behind the world's most enduring mystery. Kempton, IL: Adventures Unlimited. p.191. ASIN B07SVG79C5. Has the 'Mystery' of the Bermuda Triangle Finally Been Solved?". The Quint. October 24, 2016 . Retrieved October 24, 2016.a b Higginbotham, Adam (March 2012). "Graham Hawkes and the Race to the Bottom of the Sea". Men's Journal. p.3. Archived from the original on September 10, 2014 . Retrieved September 10, 2014. Hawkes has since changed his story. Now he says both he (because his investors didn't want to waste valuable time on an investigation) and the Pentagon (because they had more important things to worry about) had an interest in making the story go away. He admits that while he didn't find conclusive evidence that the planes were the same group that went missing in 1945, he consulted a statistician to establish the probability that they were not. "He said, 'You've got Flight 19,' " Hawkes says. In his definitive book "The Bermuda Triangle Mystery — Solved," Kusche notes that few writers on the topic bothered to do any real investigation — they mostly collected and repeated other, earlier writers who did the same. Unfortunately, Charles Berlitz's facility with language did not carry over into credible research or scholarship. His books on the paranormal — and on the Bermuda Triangle, specifically — were riddled with errors, mistakes, and unscientific crank theories. In a way, the Bermuda Triangle is largely a creation of Charles Berlitz's mistakes. Kusche would later note that Berlitz's research was so sloppy that "If Berlitz were to report that a boat were red, the chance of it being some other color is almost a certainty."

Turn left to heading 241° for 120 nautical miles (222km) to end exercise north of NAS Fort Lauderdale. The Gulf Stream—a strong ocean current known to cause sharp changes in local weather—passes through the Bermuda Triangle. Pike, Dan (2017). Taming the Atlantic: The History of Man's Battle With the World's Toughest Ocean. Pen and Sword Books. pp.23–24. ISBN 978-1-52670-085-8 . Retrieved 2023-09-26. One agonic line runs from Lake Superior down through the Gulf of Mexico near the Bermuda Triangle. One theory holds that mariners, usually accustomed to accounting for a discrepancy in their compass readings, may make mistakes when very near to the agonic line that lead them astray. Paired with the often shallow waters of the island-strewn Caribbean Sea, navigational errors could lead to boats running aground on hidden shoals. Records showed that training accidents between 1942 and 1945 accounted for the loss of 95 aviation personnel from NAS Fort Lauderdale. [18] In 1992, another expedition located scattered debris on the ocean floor, but nothing could be identified. In the 2000s, searchers [ who?] expanded their search area farther east, into the Atlantic Ocean, but the remains of Flight 19 have still not been confirmed found. [ citation needed]

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So, I rate this book two ways ... if I see it as a legit non-fiction book, 1 star... as entertainment, 3-stars :) The incident resulting in the single largest loss of life in the history of the US Navy not related to combat occurred when the collier Cyclops, carrying a full load of manganese ore and with one engine out of action, went missing without a trace with a crew of 306 sometime after March 4, 1918, after departing the island of Barbados. Although there is no strong evidence for any single theory, many independent theories exist, some blaming storms, some capsizing, and some suggesting that wartime enemy activity was to blame for the loss. [51] [52] In addition, two of Cyclops 's sister ships, Proteus and Nereus, were subsequently lost in the North Atlantic during World War II. Both ships were transporting heavy loads of metallic ore similar to that which was loaded on Cyclops during her fatal voyage. [53] In all three cases structural failure due to overloading with a much denser cargo than designed is considered the most likely cause of sinking.

radio triangulation establishes flight's position to within 50 nautical miles (93km) of 29°N 79°W / 29°N 79°W / 29; -79 and their last reported course, 270°. In light of the above, we should ask ourselves: if we don’t know what caused something, or if something appears entirely mysterious, should we look for the answer in the paranormal (such as ghosts or spirits) or the supernatural (such as magic or miracles)? Taves, Ernest H. (1978). The Skeptical Inquirer. 111 (1): 75–76. {{ cite journal}}: Missing or empty |title= ( help)National Geomagnetism Program | Charts | North America | Declination" (PDF). United States Geological Survey. Archived from the original (PDF) on 2010-05-27 . Retrieved 2010-02-28.

Gruy, H. J. (March 1998). "Office of Scientific & Technical Information, OSTI, U.S. Department of Energy, DOE". Petroleum Engineer International. OTSI. 71 (3). OSTI 616279. The Bermuda Triangle is a best-selling 1974 book by Charles Berlitz which popularized the belief of the Bermuda Triangle as an area of ocean prone to disappearing ships and airplanes.A classic attempt to blame the unexplained on anything but natural causes, with a predisposition towards UFOs and Atlanteans. "One theory ... presupposes the actions of intelligent beings based beneath the sea, while another, more popular theory ... deduces that extraterrestrials periodically visit the earth and kidnap or ‘spacenap’ men and equipment to ascertain the stage of our technological development.” (Ch 3) Is a perfect example of the irrational rhetoric used to convince the reader: first he only offers two alternatives (a classic salesman's technique) and second he uses words such as 'deduces' rather than more honest words such as 'speculates'.

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