_blitZkRiEG_Also, a blackhole is tiny, the size of a pea...
it can, but most of the time: no. It's often a missed star. I don't see a lot of stars with the size of a pea.
Biggus DickusI don't see a lot of stars with the size of a pea.
Most stars you see not at all.
Μαjïç MushrøøMMost stars you see not at all.
Indeed. By "I see" I mean "There is". Is there some stars with the size of a pea that I don't see? ;)
17th June 2002
Biggus DickusA 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.
Yes. A black hole would tear the Earth and, ultimately, the solar system to pieces and consume them... it's not the sort of thing you can easily miss. I think the effects of the Bermuda Triangle are greatly exaggerated, myself. There certainly aren't any aliens or black holes in the area.
No black holes... Its gas in large quantities that surrounds a boat and the ship pretty much just sinks because there isn't any water for it to float on. It happened to a huge oil platform, which didn't completely sink but almost did. As for the ww2 airplane squadron, I alread explained that. Now, on to a real conspiracy, did we really land on the moon? Lol, i watched this show and they brought up several good points, but that was like 2 years ago.
Thought-provoking discussion this is, but let's please keep it on the topic of the Bermuda Triangle everyone.
The topic maker involves a black hole. It would be difficult to ignore it in the discussion. And the bermuda topic has been discussed so much time...
*looks in the sky*
True, I suppose it falls into the category somewhat. :uhm:
I pretend to do stuff.
16th January 2004
SquirrelAssassin is completely right.
due to a lot of gas bubbles in that area, ships havent got enough water to float on. this causes them to sink. as for the planes, when the gas goes up into the air, it hits the wings of the plane. and because gas is less dense then air, the plane goes down. or if the engine is hot enough, the gas could theoretically explode. pretty simple really.
Stealth3No its call, you dont look at facts.
Thats not the point kid. The point is that no US plane will ever travel through that area. [/QUOTE]
Then why do Cruise Ships? And im sure planes have traveled thru there before many times. Delta Airlines would not go 600 miles around that place just because of a few ghost stories.
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.
No we think RATIONALLY. You wish to believe in these conspiracy theroies that require people to think for you rather than you thinking for yourself. YOU are the one that listens to others and Schultz and I, amoung others, think for ourselves.