Questions and hypotheses are crucial and required steps in Scientific Method. This may sound very grand, but the first 9 points of the Process Skills of Scientific Inquiry really are only a refinement of everyday thinking, as Einstein was fond of saying. Evidence leads to theories. Facts inspire one’s imagination. Without it there is no discovery. Each question, each hypothesis is a step forward. With each step we learn more, even if we learned we walked in the wrong direction for a while.
Disappearances in the Bermuda Triangle are facts that have led to much theorizing and even wild speculation. In and of itself none are harmful. They cause us to pause and consider, to think and even eventually to accept or reject. Mockery of hypotheses is what is dangerous. Strange disappearances have inspired much in theory, good and bad, thought-provoking and seemingly outlandish. What is provided here is a sample of the evidence, the intertwined concepts, and the resulting theories inspired by the phenomenon of the Bermuda Triangle. For a more detailed look of how they may all be interrelated, please read Gian Quasar’s book Into The Bermuda Triangle and The Bermuda Triangle II: An odyssey of unexplained disappearances at sea.