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Matador Posted on Jan 11 2012, 07:20 PM
 
QUOTE (kowalskil @ Jan 12 2012, 02:38 AM)
I was also fascinated by this topic, when I was much younger.

Ludwik Kowalski (see Wikipedia)
.

Dziendobry panie Kowalski!




Eh, my favourite Kowalski comes from a book :

"Kowalski Do Tablicy"



But this was a childrens book by S.Grabowski and M.Nejman
kowalskil Posted on Jan 11 2012, 04:38 PM
 
QUOTE (Matador @ Jan 11 2012, 12:31 PM)
when i was a child, anything about this topic was eerie..lol particurarly in the 80's when there was limited information available etc

I was also fascinated by this topic, when I was much younger.

Ludwik Kowalski (see Wikipedia)
.
Matador Posted on Jan 11 2012, 12:31 PM
  when i was a child, anything about this topic was eerie..lol particurarly in the 80's when there was limited information available etc
blue_n Posted on Jun 2 2006, 05:36 PM
  its more physics and chemistry thn any super power,......

this article provides more insights

http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2005/...50615000715.htm
eugeneous Posted on Sep 6 2005, 08:33 AM
  Here are a couple of links that pretty much expose the "Devil's Triangle" myth.

Simply google and you find a lot more.

BURMUDA SHORTS
SKEPTIC'S DICTIONARY
BY SADIA HANIF

Kind of hard to believe the myth after a bit of honest reading.
C Haupt Posted on Sep 6 2005, 12:45 AM
  The latest research that I have heard about found that methane gas eruptions that break through the ocean floor have been responsible for the missing ships and planes. If a methane gas bubble breaks the surface and a ship happens to be on top of this bubble it will instantly lose buoyancy and sink.

The prop engines on the planes that have gone down over the Burmuda Triangle have been found to have a very low tolernace for methane. I don't remember the numbers but I believe less than a 1% pure methane content in the engine will cause it to stall.
professor andy Posted on Sep 5 2005, 09:40 PM
  I thought there was a thread on here disproving the meteor strick theory? Some variety of bee's where found to have been alive before and long after the supposed strick.
cycomn Posted on Sep 5 2005, 10:21 AM
  I know I'm new here, but has anyone else thought that since the Gulf of Mexico, is where the supposed meteor crashed that killed the dinosaurs out, might hold a meteor still, that has magnetic properties that would in fact conflict with our navigation systems of modern day aircraft and ships? Could that be why there is so much speculation and fear of the "Bermuda Triangle"? Seriously, there could be a large meteor underwater that we have yet to discover, that changed our world, and continues to change our world, that we have yet to discover. Yanno?
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