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Title:
Into the Bermuda Triangle : pursuing the truth behind the world's greatest mystery
Author:
Quasar, Gian J.
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Publication Information:
Camden, Me. : International Marine/McGraw-Hill, [2004]

©2004
Physical Description:
294 pages : illustrations, maps ; 24 cm
Language:
English
Contents:
The Bermuda Triangle : a riddle at a nearby shore -- The riddle of missing planes -- The riddle of vanished ships -- Can it be that simple? -- Those who lived to tell -- Space-time vortices, zero-point, and sunken worlds -- Clues from a shifting paradigm -- Atyantica -- The warnings of lunar and martian anomalies -- Interest from a past world? -- Let the oceans speak -- A vast horizon : an answer from without, within, and all around us.
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ISBN:
9780071426404
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Book

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This volume is the summation of 12 years of research into the Bermuda Triangle. It first covers the mysteries of the lost ships and airplanes in chronological sequence, presenting the relevant details from the NTSB and other official reports. Eyewitness and survivor testimonies are also included. The second half of the book presents the fascinating discoveries and far-reaching theories the author encountered in his 12-year pursuit of causes and explanations.


Table of Contents

1 The Bermuda Triangle: A Riddle at a Nearby Shorep. 1
2 The Riddle of Missing Planesp. 14
3 The Riddle of Vanished Shipsp. 51
4 Can It Be That Simple?p. 83
5 Those Who Lived to Tellp. 97
6 Space-Time Vortices, Zero-Point, and Sunken Worldsp. 118
7 Clues from a Shifting Paradigmp. 144
8 Atyanticap. 168
9 The Warnings of Lunar and Martian Anomaliesp. 189
10 Interest from a Past World?p. 209
11 Let the Oceans Speakp. 230
12 A Vast Horizon: An Answer from Without, Within, and All Around Usp. 249
Notesp. 262
Bibliographyp. 269
Acknowledgmentsp. 283
Indexp. 285