The information from this source that supports my position is that the article is trying to say how the Bermuda Triangle is fake but they do say how there is an abnormal number of disappearances said by Maryland Crochlan. To oppose my viewpoint they say how the coast guard which is a credible source has released statements saying that there is nothing to suggest this area has anything unnatural things going on and the things that happen are not different from any other place said by the US coast guard. ***go.galegroup.com/ps/advancedSearch.do?method=doSearch&searchType=AdvancedSearchForm&userGroupName=j084910011&inputFieldNames=AU&prodId=AONE&inputFieldValues=%22Marilyn+Cochran-Smith%22.
The information from this source that supports my argument is how the authors say how there have been a lot of unexplained occurrences that happen here and that there isn't a lot of explanation for it showing that there is something that is special about the area for disappearances as said by wikianswers. Also for the opposing argument they say that there is a lot of scientific answers for all the disappearances and that the area is just poplar and therefore over-exaggerated making the things that happen there more popularized than other places. ***“Is the Bermuda Triangle a Triangle.” Answers, Answers Corporation, www.answers.com/Q/Is_the_Bermuda_triangle_a_triangle.
The information that supports my position is, how in the article it says how there have been dozens of disappearances and has gotten the name the devils triangle said by Emily Huton this shows how the Bermuda Triangle has been know for its disappearances and is known very well. The opposing information is when it says how when evidence is put up it shows how the disappearances in this area may be the same as other areas and that it is just a lot more pumped up and this is why it is so talked about. Emily is more leaned toward the idea that the Bermuda Triangle is just like any other place in the ocean and that its just dangerous and not any more than any other place. ***“The Truth About the Bermuda Triangle.” Today I Found Out, 23 Jan. 2014, www.todayifoundout.com/index.php/2014/01/myth-bermuda-triangle/.
The information from the source that is legitimate to support my position is when it says, "Possible causes for the catastrophes have been proposed over time, ranging from the paranormal, electromagnetic interference that causes compass problems, bad weather, the gulf stream, and large undersea fields of methane." said by Paul Ratner, this shows how there is no proven evidence of what goes on there and may be the a special place and not just hyped up. The same quote may also be used for the opposing view which is all the scientific evidence to explain the reasons behind it which there are many. ***ratner, Paul. “The Mystery of the Bermuda Triangle May Finally Be Solved.” Http://Bigthink.com/Paul-Ratner/the-Mystery-of-the-Bermuda-Triangle-May-Finally-Be-Solved, bigthink.com/paul-ratner/the-mystery-of-the-bermuda-triangle-may-finally-be-solved.
The information from the source that is legitimate to support my position is when it says, " It appears to have claimed that the “mystery” of the region is solved — except that’s not at all what the scientist interviewed intended." said by Angela Fritz, this is legitimate because it references a real other article that they are clearing up in this one. The information from this source to support the opposing viewpoint is "Scientists claim 170 mph ‘air bombs’ capable of downing planes and ships could unlock mystery of notorious stretch of sea" said by Angela Fritz. This shows that they may have found the reason for the disappearances and therefore solved the mystery. ***Fritz, Angela. “The 'Bermuda Triangle Mystery' Isn't Solved, and This Scientist Didn't Suggest It Was.” The Washington Post, WP Company, 25 Oct. 2016, www.washingtonpost.com/news/capital-weather-gang/wp/2016/10/25/the-bermuda-triangle-mystery-isnt-solved-and-this-scientist-didnt-suggest-it-was/?noredirect=on&utm_term=.99b2f7434643.
The information from this source that is legitimate to support my position is when is says, " Instead, they point to something called “magnetic north," said in Wonderopolis. This is legitimate because in multiple articles there have been reference to this. The information I would use to support the opposing viewpoint is "First, human beings make mistakes." this shows that they have reasons to oppose that. In this article they have evidence for both the opposing view and for it. ***“Can You Survive the Bermuda Triangle?” Wonderopolis, wonderopolis.org/wonder/can-you-survive-the-bermuda-triangle.