Bermuda Triangle has ratings and 89 reviews. Ahmad said: The Bermuda Triangle, Charles Frambach Berlitz The Bermuda Triangle is a best-selling 5 Jan Mr. Berlitz said he first became interested in the Bermuda Triangle in Charles Berlitz, a world-renowned linguist who gained wider fame for. 29 Sep The Bermuda Triangle is the scene of hundreds of mind-boggling disappearances of ships and planes. We look for an explanation among the.
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Apr 24, Russ Holm rated it liked it. I like to think there are still mysteries that are unsolved, and I read this book without researching any follow up to keep that air of mystery, though I’m sure there are plenty of explanations by now.
Now, 40 years later, and with access to lots of resources via the internet, Berlitz’s embellishments, fabrications, outright lies, distortions and tabloid imflammatory style are so easily debunked. I’m too old fashioned to want to curl up with a computer, I have those to deal with at work. Sinceover 1, people and numerous planes and ships have vanished, many without a trace.
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One of those theories states that the Bermuda Triangle bermuad actually a by-product of the destruction of Atlantis. It made me want to read his other books on that subject.
Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. This book has been transferred to Between the Covers from another database and might not be described to our usual standards. The area of the western Atlantic where planes and ships seem to pass into another dimension. And yet, this book is still shoved incorrectly in the nonfiction section.
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There is enough credible research to make you doubt the naysayers and actually get a little creeped out a This examination of the Bermuda Triangle starts off as a scientific and factual examination of the myth and events that led travelers to request flights that avoided the western Atlantic ocean, but quickly descends into campy theories that makes the book hard to take seriously. The book takes on all kinds of possible explanations to the highly improbable, be it just getting lost in weather to alien abductions, magnetic gravitational oddities, to undersea intelligences including Atlantis, to something to do with prehistoric civilizations.
Open Preview See a Problem? Product details Paperback Publisher: Sep 26, Ahmed rated it really liked it. Your recently viewed items and featured recommendations. This book was very interesting. While the book began as a good recounting of the disappearances of the various ships, planes, and people in the Bermuda Triangle, after the first five chapters the author branches off into so many ludicrous theories involving ancient civilizations and aliens that it was hard to get through one paragraph without rolling my eyes.
Which of the following best describes you? Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Of course, while on the path of future skepticism, I had less than no resources in south-eastern Connecticut to check anything, so just read it out of curiosity and while with a critical eye, no means to counter. Several theories explain the strong magnetic forces at work, including the idea that it is one portal to Hell the Sea of Japan is said to be the other ; that the Triangle is a prime area of alien abduction; and that the forces may be signals from a long-lost, superior civilization e.
What makes this book so nasty is not that it is probably all bullshit, but that it is horribly written. Media reporter, reviewer, producer, guest booker, blogger. The author covers may of the bizarre and continuing disappearances and proposes intriguing theories of the stange forces at work here including UFO’s, Atlantis and space-time warps.
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First Edition; First Printing. A magnetic compass still points to magnetic north I’m not saying that there are no extraterrestrial life or anything.
An then it turns into the silliest thing ever. This page was last edited on 20 Julyat And even though the latter part of the book fades off the subject, it does discuss some very interesting phenomenons of history. Used book in good condition.