Human Consequences : The Bermuda Triangle And Its Human Violations

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As some of you may know, the Bermuda Triangle is located in the Western Atlantic Ocean between Florida, Bermuda and Puerto Rico where a large number of ships and aircrafts that have mysteriously disappeared over time. Many of these disappearances have unexplained explanations as to why planes have still yet to be found. Other planes and boats have vanished from areas where the weather was not unusual. For an example, flight 19, 1945, one of the most mysterious disappearances that has happened within the Bermuda Triangle. People believe it’s supernatural events, and some people believe it’s just human mistakes, but in my opinion i believe it’s human error. Over the years, many ships and airplanes have disappeared in the Bermuda Triangle. The USS Cyclops has the largest number of human loss reported. In March 1918, the ship set out to sail carrying about 309 people aboard. After leaving, the ship disappeared and the people were never heard from again. A whole search was put out but the ship was never found. People believe it was a human error considering there was no bad weather or reported struggles. This ship still remains a mystery. In 1921, an investigation team went to Barbados to look into the Carroll A. Deering. They thought that they were smuggling alcoholic beverages in which it was against the law. However, when the team reached the ship, they found an abandon ship with no one on board. Reports show that about nine other ships went missing around

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