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FireSphere

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#11 15 years ago
Theres no point in argueing with people like you and Schultz. You two belong in the military where you take orders and listen to others.

Are you sure, Guberna?




Phoenix_22 Advanced Member

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#12 15 years ago
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Thanks, i am now paranoid. I live in Florida and i travel to Puerto Rico just about every year.:uhoh:




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#13 15 years ago

Some admin, plz remove my name and city from what Cataphract said. Its inapropriate and he has no rights to release that.

Cristian Guberna of Chicago?



t0m

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#14 15 years ago

:uhh:

Stealth3 Thats not the point kid. The point is that no US plane will ever travel through that area.[/QUOTE] Why would any idiots waste time and fuel avoiding the bermuda triangle? Good business tip: Try to spend the least to gain the most profits possible. Take a look at the screenshots for a shot of pwnage. These are real-time routes, mind you. Which I just downloaded with the simulator running at a fast rate. [QUOTE=Stealth3]My theory is that theres a black hole that sucks everything that gets there. It explains the misteries better then other theories.

Your using the term 'black hole' very loosely there. Are you sure you even know what it is? Now in Internet Lingo... You've just beenpwned.gif roll%20eyes%20%28sarcastic%29.gif




SquirrelAssassin

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#15 15 years ago

Ok, now listen to me. I watched this thing about the bermuda triangle. The ww2 fighter squadron was probably lost at sea because they beleive fog. The fighters were flying back to their base when what the thought was their waypoint to turn west was actually a different landmark, and they ended up going northeast (they found some of the airplanes). Now as for ships a lot of scientist believe that huge amounts of gaseous bubble float up to the surface very very fast and in large quantities. So the ship will lose boyancy and will gain water over the bow thus starting to sink it. So basically, everywhere around the ship is just bubbles, nothing supporting it. They have found proof of these bubbles being in the bermuda triangle and throughout the world. I'm sure each culture has their own bermuda triangle but we only know of our own, and think it is the only one in thw world.




Biggus Dickus Advanced Member

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#16 15 years ago

Ho? Here's the Bermuda's topic again...

Yeah, SquirrelAssassin is absolutly right. The lost of boats and plane there is due by evaporation of the methane hydrate. A gaz. No more, no less.

A black hole is an extremely massive object where even the light can't escape because of its udge gravity. That's why it has this name. Seeing that someone is thinking that such object could be on earth makes me laugh. A lot.




FireSphere

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#17 15 years ago
A blackhole is so massive not even light can escape.

Why does it seem that every explanation of blackholes that I have ever read (and believe me, I've read many) sounds like that? NOT EVEN LIGHT CAN ESCAPE!?? OH MY GOD, CALL 911! :lol: Just something that annoys me a little...




Biggus Dickus Advanced Member

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#18 15 years ago
CataphractWhy does it seem that every explanation of blackholes that I have ever read (and believe me, I've read many) sounds like that?

Maybe because it's the good one? :Puzzled:




Μαjïç MushrøøM

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#19 15 years ago

I must agree with Strykers initial comment here:

NiteStrykerThe Bermuda triangle is nothing special. Its an area where a few ships have gone missing and so people say 'omg its ', and other people believe it.

Nothing more is it than a mysterious series of unfortunate events that have taken place within those coordinates which people have become superstitious of, like many other 'unexplainable' phenomonons. :vikki:




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#20 15 years ago

Also, a blackhole is tiny, the size of a pea...