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Offline thedoc

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Snehal D. More asked the Naked Scientists:
   Can we use the concept of superconductor in the bermuda triangle?
Due to superconductor the magnetic field will spread. And for superconductivity we can use supercoolant liquid and also for electricity solar plates.
Advantage-can form elecricity ,effect of bermuda triangle can be reduced
Disadvantage-can disturb other magnetic field. places like bermuda can disturb.............
What do you think?
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The "Bermuda triangle" is just a patch of sea-water. It doesn't have any particular field to interact with.

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My understanding is that most of the ships lost in the bermuda triangle met their fates on the coral reefs there, or due to sudden releases of methane gas which caused the entire ship to sink

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