Is South China Sea a New Bermuda, where plane dissapears?

Created by Dakota Warrior on Mar 9, 2014

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Yes

No, doubt about it!!

Can't Say

Air Crash Investigator

Australia

#1 Mar 9, 2014
Since there is no option to vote no I will state my answer here.

NO!
shila

Australia

#2 Mar 10, 2014
Yes what happened with that jet is definitely bizzare considering the advanced aircraft technology we hve today.
Dakota Warrior

Perth, Australia

#3 Mar 10, 2014
Just like few days ago crocodile was eaten by the Python, same way flying anaconda might have gobbled the plane and digested. The flying anaconda are similar to Chinese dragons and can eat planes and super-jumbos without much difficulty. Boeing series aircraft's are their favorite food.

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Australia

#4 Mar 10, 2014
Dakota Warrior wrote:
Is South China Sea a New Bermuda, where plane dissapears?
You are off on a tangent, but an interesting one.

I remember years ago reading a report in a Scientific Journal that the "Bermuda Triangle" is widely misunderstood.

Firstly the "triangle" is more roughly a lozenge shape ... diamond-like.

Secondly the Bermuda Triangle, so-called, is only the best publicized example.

According to the report there are in fact 12 such "triangles" distributed over the surface of our planet. They are evenly spaced. There is one at each pole and ten others, each 72 apart. Lines linking them all would divide Earth's surface into equilateral triangular areas.

Each of these "Bermuda Triangles" has accumulated a history of greater than average air and sea mishaps, often involving loss of life ...'black spots' for misfortune.

I can't remember the locations of all of them, but knowing the mathematics and using the most notorious one as a starting point, locations of the others can be worked out.

I do remember a few. The Australian mainland lies neatly between two of them ... one in the Indian Ocean, and one in the Western Pacific.

And, interestingly perhaps, one lies over the South China Sea.

Reasons for these concentrations of abnormal interference with human transport have been speculated to involve natural frequencies that reinforce each other at intervals of focus distributed regularly, analogous to certain notes from a stereo jingling crockery out in the kitchen. One suggestion was that Earth's magnetic field lines distort in response to Earth's rotational speed to interfere with each other in a geometric pattern that can confuse vehicle compasses and delicate electrical instrumentation at places of greatest field convergence.

However, I would prefer to put ideas bordering on Sci Fi on hold for now. Whatever overtook this latest airliner probably has a less glamorous origin.

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