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What are good Internet sources for researching the Bermuda Triangle?
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LiveScience.com is a reputable science information source that offers both press releases from university and research institutes as well as columns written by experts in various fields of scientific research. Benjamin Radford has composed a column from the skeptics point of view.
MercoPress discusses the new research and theory published in American Journal of Physics that explains the Bermuda Triangle in terms of a pocket of trapped suboceanic natural gass. A good general overview of the Bermuda Triangle is provided at ScienceKids.com.
Posted by karythcara on July 8, 2013 at 11:15 PM (Answer #1)
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