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  • The Bermuda Triangle Mystery

    disappearances such as hexagonal clouds acting as air bombs, a strange ocean floor, and erratic weather conditions but, nothing proves to be the answer to these peculiar occurrences. The mystery of hundreds of losses at sea takes place in the Bermuda Triangle. Between the 1800s and the 1970s, various ships got lost at sea including, the USS Cyclops, the Marine Sulphur Queen, the Sylvia L. Ossa, and the Carroll A. Deering (Rudolph). The Bermuda Triangle lies in the Atlantic Ocean between the Southeastern Coast of Florida and the islands of Puerto Rico and Bermuda (“Bermuda Triangle”). Ships and planes started to disappear in this area because of strange conditions not known specifically to the world. In 1945, a group of Navy planes, Flight 19, went missing in the Triangle area. The lead pilot believed the squadron was over the Gulf of Mexico after becoming disoriented, leading them further out in the Atlantic ocean. Despite a search over 250,000 square miles, the 14 flyers could not be found; in 1991 explorers believed they found part of the plane wreckage but, it turned out to be different types of planes (Golden). It is still unsolved as to why things disappear in this area since nothing is absolutely proven but, people continue to speculate. Scientist and other spectators created their own theories for the reason the Bermuda Triangle is home to those lost at sea. There are several different claims made by scientists, for example, methane gas existence, compass…

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  • Bermuda Triangle Conspiracy

    have mysteriously disappeared over the years. It received it’s name from a magazine after an extremely popular disappearance known as Flight 19. Nobody knows for sure if the Bermuda Triangle is real because science cannot explain many disappearances including the USS Cyclops, Ellen Austin vessel, and Flight 19. The USS Cyclops is one of the most famous disappearances in all of the history of the Bermuda Triangle. It was a boat that went down in WW2 with no explanation. The U.S. was thinking all…

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  • The Symbolism Of Hope In The Film, Cast Away

    In the film Cast Away, directed by Robert Zemeckis, compulsively prompt FedEx executive Chuck Noland is on his way to Malaysia when his plane crashes over the Pacific Ocean during a storm. The sole survivor of the flight, Chuck washes ashore on a deserted island. When his efforts to sail away and contact help fail, Chuck learns how to survive on the island, where he remains for four years until he manages to escape the island. During the last scene of the film, after Chuck has returned the last…

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  • Theories Of The Bermuda Triangle

    For the past few decades, maybe centuries, many planes and ships have randomly disappeared, and all in the same area - the Bermuda Triangle. One of the biggest disappearances includes Flight MH370. Many have speculated about the cause, or causes. Some of the causes are supernatural, including aliens, Atlantis death rays, and large, giant sea monsters, like krakens. Other theories are completely natural, like methane crystals, large waves, and human stupidity. Most have settled for the theory of…

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  • What Is The Disappearance Of Amelia Earhart Conspiracy Theory

    little island called Howland Island. Amelia Earhart sent one last transmission to Itasca where she stated that her and Noonan thought they were close to the island, but their plane was running on the verge of empty. Soon there were no sign of the plane, according to Szalay’s website (2017) Itasca started immediately on a two week search (Earhart’s Last Flight section, para. 17). At this time, Franklin Roosevelt was the president of the United States. The American people loved Amelia Earhart…

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  • Bermuda Triangle Research Paper

    Different governments have tried to explain why some planes or vessel disappear when traveling through the Bermuda Triangle. Statistics have proven that the losts are relatively small considering the amount of traffic that operates in that region. Accidents happen and bad news sells extremely well. For example, in the recent disappearance of flight 370 of Malaysian Airlines in the Indic Ocean the entire world was concerned. The world´s most powerful countries joined together to find this…

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  • Adele Adkins: The Meaning Behind Her Music

    Singer and songwriter, Adele Adkins was given the nickname, “queen of soul-pop” after releasing her very first album. Idols are sometimes looked at as superheroes. Adele is just a simple human with a super voice! The album was named 19. Listeners who heard the powerful lyrics had fallen in love, obsessed and mesmerized with Adele’s voice. There are no adjectives that can describe her music perfectly. Fans cannot get enough of her music. Although some prefer a different genre of music and does…

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  • The Wright Brothers: Pioneers Of Flight

    The Wright Brothers Pioneers of Flight Inventors, determined, and famous are three words often used to describe the Wright Brothers. Many people know the Wright Brothers as great inventors of the airplane, but do not know the determination it took to accomplish greatness. By making it possible to fly, they changed the world, they persevered through challenges to accomplish a dream, and their legacy was being pioneers of flight and bringing airplanes and flying to the world. There was one very…

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  • American Airlines Case 9/11

    On the evening of October 19, 2004 a corporate airline jet that was doing business for American Airlines crashed during the final approach into Kirksville Regional Airport in Kirksville, Missouri. There were fifteen individuals on board the aircraft when it crashed into trees. After striking the ground the aircraft was destroyed and after the impact a fire on the ground broke out because of the plane crash. The conditions of that night were IMC. (NTSB) History of the Flight It was on the night…

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  • Importance Of Safety In Aviation

    by geese shortly after takeoff. An easy but pricey solution is put sensors on the back, nose, wings, and top regions of the airplane, in order to avoid objects like birds. It is similar technology that is already built-into warplanes to avoid surface-to-air missiles. On the task of weather, this is the airlines problem, they appear to care more about the money than the passengers. It puts extra pressure on the pilots to go through even lightning, sometimes this does not work and the results…

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