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Bermuda Triangle

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Bermuda Triangle

Bermuda Triangle, region of the western Atlantic Ocean that has become associated in popular internal linkimagination with mysterious maritime disasters. Also known as the Devil's Triangle, the triangle-shaped area covers about 1,140,000 sq km (about 440,000 sq mi) between the island of Bermuda, the coast of southern Florida, and Puerto Rico.
 

The reputation of the Bermuda Triangle may be traceable to reports made in the late 15th century by Italian-Spanish navigator Christopher Columbus concerning the Sargasso Sea; others date the notoriety of the area from the mid-19th century, when a number of reports were made of unexplained disappearances. The incident that consolidated the reputation of the Bermuda Triangle was the disappearance in 1945 of Flight 19, a training squadron of five United States Navy planes. At least four other reports of missing aircraft or boats were made from the 1940s to the 1960s. However, some losses actually occurred outside the region, in inclement weather conditions, or in darkness, and some can be traced to mechanical or equipment problems. Scientific evaluations have concluded that the number of disappearances in the region is not abnormal and that most of the disappearances have logical explanations.



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Four nuclear submarines sit at the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean.  One, a Russian sub resting in deep internal linkwaters off the island of Bermuda, holds 16 live nuclear warheads.



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