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Missing Malaysian MH370....? Is The Bermuda Triangle involved ? ... not unusual.... list of Bermuda incidents...

 
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Missing Malaysian MH370....? Is The Bermuda Triangle involved ? ... not unusual.... list of Bermuda incidents...
As officials from several countries, and dozens of planes and boats, scour the South China Sea and the Bay of Bengal for the mysteriously missing China-bound Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 with 239 people aboard, some people are wondering if there might be some connection to the Bermuda Triangle.

Malaysia Flight 370: Is The Bermuda Triangle involved ?

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[link to www.livescience.com]

list of Bermuda incidents

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

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Re: Missing Malaysian MH370....? Is The Bermuda Triangle involved ? ... not unusual.... list of Bermuda incidents...
Aside from Malaysia being absolutely nowhere remotely near to Bermuda, you may be onto something here...
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Re: Missing Malaysian MH370....? Is The Bermuda Triangle involved ? ... not unusual.... list of Bermuda incidents...
Your first link makes a pretty good point though.

In his book "The Bermuda Triangle Mystery – Solved" (Prometheus Books, 1972), Kusche noted that few writers on the topic bothered to do any real investigation — they mostly collected and repeated information from other, earlier writers who did the same. In some cases, there's no record of the ships and planes claimed to have been lost in the aquatic triangular graveyard; they never existed outside of a writer's imagination. In other cases, the ships and planes were real enough — but Berlitz and others neglected to mention that they "mysteriously disappeared" during bad storms.

It's also important to note that the area within the Bermuda Triangle is heavily traveled with cruise and cargo ships; logically, just by random chance, more ships will sink there than in less-traveled areas, such as the South Pacific. But the patch of water covered by the "infernal triangle" does not have an unusually high number of mysterious disappearances.
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Mysterious indeed...yeahsure
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Re: Missing Malaysian MH370....? Is The Bermuda Triangle involved ? ... not unusual.... list of Bermuda incidents...
I guess it has nothing to do with the transponder being turned off or the coarse being
changed in the airplanes computer or it changing destination direction?
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Re: Missing Malaysian MH370....? Is The Bermuda Triangle involved ? ... not unusual.... list of Bermuda incidents...
I guess it has nothing to do with the transponder being turned off or the coarse being
changed in the airplanes computer or it changing destination direction?
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