What happened to the Bermuda Triangle in 2009?
They were taken away by a water tornado.
To what extent has the Bermuda triangle affected peoples beliefs about travel across the Bermuda triangle?
Answer Technically, the Bermuda triangle isn't a triangle. It has four points and sides, not three. Answer Don't answer if you don't know anything about the Bermuda triangle. The three points of the Bermuda triangle lie in San Juan Puerto Rico, Miami Florida and Bermuda.(San Juan is a city in Puerto Rico) So IT IS A TRIANGLE. Answer The 'Bermuda Triangle' does not exist in nature. It is lines drawn on a map by people.
The Bermuda Triangle also known as the Devil's Triangle is a set of imaginary line that exists in the Atlantic Ocean where it is believed that many strange occurrences have happened where ships and people have mysteriously disappeared. The three corners of the triangle are the island of Bermuda, the City of Miami, Florida and the city of San Juan Peurto Rico.
The Bermuda is just a lot of nonsense, used to sell worthless books, movies, and television shows. Nova, the PBS science show examined the Bermuda Triangle and found out it was much ado about nothing. So did Dr. Arthur C. Clark on the Discovery Channel. Countless people have gone through the Bermuda Triangle and Nothing happened to them.