There are many facts that suggest a logical explanation for the disappearances in the Bermuda Triangle. Even in the light of these facts, it has remained a place of myth and legend. Why do you think this is so?
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Interesting question when you really think about it.
There's really no right or wrong answer here, so what's your input?
I think that it's due to the fact that it's been a topic for many myths and legends over the course of history, and also that, even though there are logical explanations, anything's possible, and we don't know the exact cause of the disappearances here, so there is still a lot of controversy.
Yeah I also agree that there are still myths and legends around this because it been happening for so long. But I also think it is because there is no proof of what happened and people have ideas of what could've happened. It's an unsolved mystery and unsolved mysteries usually have predictions.
Yeah, generally when the cause of something is unknown, people start to generate ideas and theories, which create controversies and myths.