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Re: What do you guys think of the bermuda triangle?

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One theory is that massive bubbles of Methane start at the oceans floor and expand as they move towards the surface....these huge bubbles can sink ships and lower air pressure enough to crash a plane.
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Re: What do you guys think of the bermuda triangle?

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I think that it's an area where the magnetics are different from the rest of the earth's and that's why ships get lost.



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Re: What do you guys think of the bermuda triangle?

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I think its more of an isoceles rather than a bermuda triangle.
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Lt. Claybon wrote:
One theory is that massive bubbles of Methane start at the oceans floor and expand as they move towards the surface....these huge bubbles can sink ships and lower air pressure enough to crash a plane.





I might test that theory when I next have a bath...

I just need to buy some toy ships and then I can do the rest...teehee...
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Re: What do you guys think of the bermuda triangle?

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i'd ride a plane over it....j/k
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Re: What do you guys think of the bermuda triangle?

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Lt. Claybon wrote:
One theory is that massive bubbles of Methane start at the oceans floor and expand as they move towards the surface....these huge bubbles can sink ships and lower air pressure enough to crash a plane.





I might test that theory when I next have a bath...

I just need to buy some toy ships and then I can do the rest...teehee...

what about the air planes?
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carbonox_ratchet wrote:


Lt. Claybon wrote:
One theory is that massive bubbles of Methane start at the oceans floor and expand as they move towards the surface....these huge bubbles can sink ships and lower air pressure enough to crash a plane.





I might test that theory when I next have a bath...

I just need to buy some toy ships and then I can do the rest...teehee...

what about the air planes?





I can't Aeroplanes in my bathroom, sorry...Smiley Tongue

Nah, I could get remote-controlled ones but then I don't want to realise that the theory works and the plane crashes in to the bath resulting in me getting electrocuted or something.
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I don't think it's true. I saw a show, and it looks like the triangle is fake.
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it's a nice place to visit if you want to disapear off of the face of the earth without a trace
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I've heard Scientists say there is Scientific answer to the triangle. I just can't remember what they said.
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