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The Mysterious Bermuda Triangle

written by: bobby
 
If you believe the laws of physics can explain everything on earth, think again! The Bermuda Triangle is a place where no laws can explain the unusual that takes place.

Question 1:

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The Bermuda Triangle is defined by Bermuda, the Dominican Republic, and the southern tip of Florida.
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True


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Question 2:


The 1.5 million square mile area, known as the Bermuda Triangle, has its equivalent in the Pacific ocean. What is it called?
Triangle of Death
Devil's Sea
Dark Triangle
Satan's Triangle

Question 3:


The first mention of any disappearances in the region was made in this year.
1974
1950
1912
1894

Question 4:


The term "Bermuda Triangle" was popularized by Charles Berlitz in 1964.
True
False

Question 5:


Lawrence Kusche was one of the first people to conduct a comprehensive research on the topic of strange disappearances of ships. His conclusions proved to some extent that there was nothing extraordinary about this region. One of the following statements was not a conclusion that he made.
The proportion of losses was no greater than anywhere else.
The number of ships which disappeared in supposedly still, calm weather, did not jibe with press weather reports published at the time.
The number of such disappearances was exaggerated by sloppy research and fuzzy math.
The disappearance of three of the missing ships can be explained through the interference of the US Military Force.

Question 6:

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Scientists have proved that some of the disappearances were due to the presence of vast fields of this substance on the continental shelves.



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Question 7:

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Researches have shown that freak waves (up to 100 feet tall) can and do happen.
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False


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Question 8:

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One of the best known Bermuda Triangle incidents concerns the loss of a squadron of five Navy Avenger TBM torpedo bombers on a training flight in 1945. What was the name of the squadron?



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Question 9:


Does the Bermuda Triangle actually have official boundaries?
Yes
No

Question 10:


The Bermuda Triangle has been responsible for the disappearances of this number of planes and ships, which have been lost till the end of the 20th century.
113
78
66
52

 


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