« on: 09/12/2019 06:19:22 »
The Bermuda Triangle does not appear to experience losses of ships and planes at a greater rate than other areas of the world based on percentage: https://www.independent.co.uk/news/science/bermuda-triangle-mystery-solved-latest-theories-dr-karl-kruszelnicki-debunked-unexplained-a7861731.htmlI think that needs clarity, hurricaines, the gulf stream, reefs and rogue waves are all going to have an effect, especially on old wood galeons. Its not the only known trouble zone, anywhere with tropical currents and hurricaines is going to have a higher occourence of rough conditions. The south seas are better known for freak waves as the uninterrupted curculation inflicted by pacific atlantic and indian incursions. I do concede that the bermuda triangle is a bit of a bottlekneck during empire times.
If there was some kind of anomalous loss of vehicles, however, killer waves wouldn't explain the loss of aircraft.
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