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The Bermuda Triangle: Whatever became of the myth

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« on: December 08, 2015, 02:20:13 pm »

When it comes to planes the methane is less dense than air.  So 1 the Bernoullian lift that keeps the plane aloft is lost cuz of the lack of density.  2 the methane tricks the pilot ibto thibking he is higher than he really is.  So he/she dives and ends up in the ocean. 3 the methane disrupts the oxygen, fuel and spark ratios the engine stalls and gravity brings the plane down.
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