The Triangle of Death or the Bermuda Triangle, also known as the Devil's Triangle, is an imaginary area that can be defined on a map by connecting Miami, Florida, San Juan, and the Bahamas, a chain of islands off the coast of the United States. The region in the Atlantic Ocean has many unexplained disappearances of boats and planes, in addition to the fact that the directional devices fail to work within this region.
Reports indicate that there were unexplained incidents in the Triangle of Death area until the middle of the nineteenth century, where some abandoned ships were discovered without a clear explanation for them and some other ships were unable to transmit distress signals, and in some cases, some aircraft were reported, but they disappeared, The rescue missions were also said to have disappeared, and the wreckage was never found.
Explanations of the triangle of death
The Coast Guard has stated for more than thirty years that the majority of disappearances can be attributed to rare environmental features in the area. The Triangle of Death is one of two areas on Earth in which the magnetic compass points to the magnetic north, rather than the true north. This phenomenon has been dubbed The name of the compass difference, so navigators or navigators must estimate the amount of difference, and adjust the error, to be able to sail in the right direction.
Some explanations believe that environmental conditions may be the cause of the disappearances, including hurricanes that occur in the region, tropical and Atlantic storms, violent and rapid Gulf currents, or because of the presence of many islands in the Caribbean Sea and its shallow waters, which leads to Maritime difference.
Other interpretations of the triangle of death
Some believe that there are unknown and mysterious things that are the reason for the disappearances, such as beings that take over humans for study, because of the influence of the lost continent of Atlantis, or because of the existence of vortices that suck things into other dimensions, or because of the presence of large quantities of methane gas at the bottom of the ocean Resulting from ocean sediments, this gas disrupts or confuses Earth's magnetic extension lines.