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Bermuda Triangle Exposed

Updated on January 21, 2012

Bermuda Triangle Documentary

I just finished watching the Discovery Channel documentary called Bermuda Triangle Exposed. There's really a lot of crazy mysteries going on in that place from disappearances to planes that seemingly travelled hundreds of miles in just a few seconds.

At first I thought the documentary will be disappointing just like the one I watched before that. If you follow me on Twitter, you will notice that before watching Bermuda Triangle Exposed, I watched National Geographic's Area 51 declassified and got really disappointed with it because all it talked about was a bunch of top secret airplane experiments during the cold war, no aliens or anything interesting at all.

I thought the same thing will happen with Bermuda Triangle Exposed because the first part is all about boring science stuff explaining the mysteries but then eventually it got better with outer space stuff like solar storms and time space warps. One thing is for sure, I never want to travel anywhere near that place. Regardless of all the scifi-like theories that people are talking about, it's sure that there's something crazy going on in that area.

Discovery Channel's Bermuda Triangle Exposed
Discovery Channel's Bermuda Triangle Exposed

Bermuda Triangle Theories

The documentary gave out a bunch of explanations for the crashes and disappearances. For ships, they said it was a rogue wave, or a super big wave that comes out of nowhere and moves super fast. This could explain why ships are not able to communicate anymore because it all happens so fast. Then there's another part where the wrecks are not where they're supposed to be. They said it was this current of sorts that is going around the north atlantic.

But again, those are the boring stuff. In the latter part of the documentary, there's this pilot guy who talks about his experience of getting sucked into some sort of tunnel and electromagnetic fog and supposedly traveled a really long distance in a really short time without using any of the fuel. When they calculated it, he should have been traveling at thousands of miles per hour. It's really some crazy stuff. They were even talking about dark energy and solar storms and stuff like that. One part, there's this guy who was talking about a fold in space-time which reminded of this book I read before called A Wrinkle in Time.

I'm really interested in these kinds of time warp portals of sorts. It reminds me a lot of Lost, one of my all time favorite TV shows. I've really been into scifi a lot most especially since I sat in this science fiction class back in college and got exposed to a lot of interesting scifi literature and films.

Other Documentaries I Have

I actually just finished watching Secret History of the Freemasons.

And so I went on some sort of rampage on acquiring documentaries (Google AdSense forbids me from talking about illegal acquisition of films). Maybe I can make a list of those that I have. It's really such a great way to spend your time on documentaries because aside from being entertained you'll also learn a lot. Plus, it gives me topics to write about just like now. I get to learn and earn at the same time!

Be sure to come back to my HubPages real soon to get updated on the newest documentaries I'm watching. Plus, in spirit of the 30-day challenge I do have to keep updating. I have been updating more than required anyways and that's always a good thing.


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      optimus grimlock 6 years ago

      I love things like this! Your right to many questions not enough answers, but we could be to focused on the triangle and miss the obvious.

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      Rick Rudd 6 years ago

      After being fed up with the steaming pile of Bermuda Triangle documentaries and mystery flicks, I've just surmised that, in general, they discover absolutely nothing and only bring to light more questions than answers.

      If you're interested in the whole "portal to another time" concept, then I'd suggest Dr. Ronald Mallet's book "Time Traveler". He was obsessed with going back in time to save his father from death. This obsession leads him heavily into discussing the plausible theories of such a thing.

      To go even further, and into a more spiritual area, there are many theories on Astral Projection and out-of-body experiences that lead to supposed explanations for precognitive dreams of the future, and strangely familiar visions of the past.

      Hope this all helps.