The Bermuda Triangle myth didn't even exist when the Cotopaxi went missing. Not until the 1960s was the term coined, in a magazine article, and in 1974, the bestselling book "The Bermuda Triangle" (Doubleday) came out, proposing, among other things, that the triangle was created when the "lost" city of Atlantis was destroyed. … [Read more...] about Bermuda Triangle theory busted: 1925 ship Cotopaxi found near Florida
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Some have claimed that disappearances like these result from massive releases of methane gas from the seafloor. Others have suggested, with no evidence, the cause may be aliens from outer space living beneath the waves, or souls from the lost underwater civilization of Atlantis. … [Read more...] about Some Call Los Roques New Bermuda Triangle
One possible explanation for their one-time-only appearance would be that they're the product of a process that destroys the object that creates them. Thus, if they were produced by the collapse of a neutron star into a black hole (to give just one example), there'd be no way for that to happen twice. … [Read more...] about Arecibo Observatory spots a fast radio burst that keeps on bursting
Manipulative: Men (26 percent); Women (52 percent)Honest: Men (20 percent); Women (50 percent)Among the more interesting findings in the survey, however: Though women are rated higher in many traits that are considered desirable for leaders, just 6 percent said that, overall, women make better political leaders than men. … [Read more...] about Should Supreme Court Justices Be Compassionate?