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(Kiri gives us her engineer’s take on a mystery that has baffled mankind for centuries, the Bermuda Triangle. A theory is developed that, like a magnet, the Bermuda Triangle is one end of the magnet, the opposite pole would be somewhere in Tibet.) 

Kiri: carry on, carry on, I’m listening.

Skip: from what I understand, now there’s no feeling of what’s happening to these people from all the reports I’ve ever heard about it. It’s all the mechanical…..what’s the matter sweetheart?

Kiri: I’m just looking around.

Skip: all the mechanical instrumentation that's on board, whether it be a ship, a plane or whatever it is go wacky, including their radios. Now….

Kiri: as an engineer…..

Skip: we’re talking……what?

Kiri: as an engineer I can explain that.

Skip: go ahead darling.

Kiri: okay what has been given off is an electrical, magnetic field.

Skip: that’s what I was….

Kiri: uh-huh.

Skip: trying to get at is a natural, magnetic vortex?

Russ: not possible, a natural, magnetic vortex that big that can affect things.

Skip: why not?

Russ: because you have some kind of cause to make the effect.

Skip: okay.

Russ: give me a cause and I’ll tell you how that's a possible effect.

Skip: all right, stop and think of how a North and South pole works….

Russ: right.

Skip: okay? It goes….

Russ: earth’s a giant magnet, I got that.

Skip: yeah, the earth is.

Russ: yeah.

Skip: but it goes to a bell between them doesn’t it where there’s nothing? It’s two balls and they go to nothing exactly between them.

Russ: hmm, okay.

Skip: there’s no magnets…..

Russ: I don’t know, I’ve never studied it so……..

Skip: okay, magnetism you’ve got a positive and a negative….

Russ: right.

Skip: on this pole.

Russ: right.

Skip: you’ve got an earth around it but the magnetism itself does not go around the earth, it goes like a ball to the center. The center is no magnetism whatsoever, there’s no North there’s no South, it’s a neutral point. That neutral point is damn near at the Bermuda triangle.

Russ: hmm, well wouldn’t that cover the whole earth then?

Skip: no, it would not come out on the whole earth, it would come out at one point because that’s the way North and South works, it comes down to a neutral and that neutral has to go someplace.

Russ: I don’t get it. If North is up here, South is here, then it comes to a ball together.

Skip: no, it goes to two balls together. It’s hard to explain unless……because you can take an instrumentation and go from on a magnetic rod okay? And use a multimeter with megaohms? Really, really high? And you can build a rod and when you hit the center of the rod there’s nothing. When you go the other way it goes back, the needle swings back the other way.

Russ: hmm, so it's in a neutral spot.

Skip: there is a neutral spot.

Russ: would there be a corresponding one on the other side of the earth then in one spot?

Kiri: theoretically I would say yes.

Skip: theoretically you’re probably correct.

Russ: so can we look for unusual events like maybe Amelia Ehrhardt disappearing or something like that?

Skip: no that’s in the Pacific, that isn't exactly opposite of the Bermuda Triangle.

Russ: oh.

Skip: the exact opposite of the Bermuda Triangle would be on earth.

Kiri: it’d be in Asia.

Skip: it’d be in Asia. So, where do all your monks go and llamas?

Russ: so Tibet you think is on the other side?

Skip: yes, I’m almost certain of it.

Russ: I'll have to look on my globe at home.

Skip: but I think it’s almost directly straight across the earth from the Bermuda Triangle.

Kiri: uh-huh, I’m very much inclined to agree.

Skip: and this is where all your monks and llamas and everything else go to get their education and meditate and study and everything else.

Russ: interesting, that would be a very fascinating subject.

Skip: and nobody has ever come up with it before Russ.

Russ: no, nobody would ever think of that being two neutral spots on the earth because of the magnetic pole.

Skip: it’d be straight through, they would be like a T through your North and South pole.

Russ: interesting.

Skip: that would be your neutral that would be coming out on the surface of the earth.

Kiri: so, if that’s the case on your planet, okay let’s extrapolate and analyze here for a second…..if you have two spots opposite each other that is a natural vortex, one on land and one on sea. Now the water would affect it in a way that would cause massive magnetic disturbances. The other one being up high and an area seldom flown over and navigational instruments not being used that much in that area, would not notice the effects as much as a lowland area that is traveled over and through frequently. So, the recorded instances of missing or strange occurrences would be higher in an area where it is more densely traveled and populated then a sparsely less traveled area. So the thing to do would be to look at the strange occurrences of monks levitating, higher astral travel capabilities…..

Russ: telepathy.

Kiri: telepathy, creativity…..

Russ: coercion.

Kiri: coercion.......

Skip: ESP?

Kiri: would be correspondingly high to the quantity of missing or strange occurrences on the opposite location.

Skip: uh-huh.

Kiri: if the location was high and on dry land, I think the same sort of effects would be occurring but because it is not a habitated area but a traveled area as opposed to the other one not being as densely traveled, then the events would be equally proportionate in both areas.

Skip: in other words you’ve got a positive and negative.

Kiri: not necessarily positive or negative, they might….

Skip: not in electricity hon, not in electricity, I’m talking about in….

Kiri: the electric, magnetic field.

Skip: no.

Kiri: no?

Skip: no, in life itself.

Kiri: oh, correct.

Russ: well wouldn't compasses go kind of nuts in Tibet then too?

Skip: they might just do that but like she says, it isn't a traveled area that much and they don’t even fly over it.

Russ: I mean what if you just have a compass in your hand and you’re walking around in Tibet?

Skip: yeah, it would probably go ape shit on you.

Russ: think so huh?

Skip: yeah.

Russ: so we have records of that possibly?

Kiri: possibly yes.

Skip: we probably do but nobody’s ever pursued it per se.

Kiri: because they probably would come up with an explanation that would go something like this. There is a high mineral deposits in that area which should be investigated for mining. Or a possible meteor strike if it’s in a cratered area of a natural crater type arrangement.

Russ: yeah but we’re looking for specific.....

Skip: specific, yeah there you go.

Russ: events related to compasses so therefore we would ignore such simple explanations.

Skip: or instrumentation of any…….
Russ: planes.

Kiri: uh-huh.

Russ: or whatever.

Skip: magnetic origin.

Kiri: actually, there may be a way of finding out if there’s anything strange going on in that area.

Skip: you mean I've opened up a can of peas?

Kiri: well, there’s a way of finding out if there is a higher incidence than normal of airplane crashes in that area that could be attributed to malfunctioning navigational equipment.

Skip: there you go.

Kiri: I’ve got a way of finding out.

Skip: good.

Kiri: Russ, so do you.

Russ: of course, e-mail.

Skip: good.

Kiri: correct and this is a clue, look for the second world war, the hump.

Russ: hmm, okay.

Kiri: the hump.

Skip: yep, would you let us know darling?

Kiri: oh I’ve got it accessing right now.

Skip: okay, thank you.

Kiri: you’re welcome.

Skip: maybe I did open up something.

Kiri: oh you did, you opened up a can of worms in a very good area of…..something that both of you can do research on.

Russ: now here’s another question for you love.

Kiri: uh-huh.

Russ: wouldn't this be not a unique phenomenon to earth but on other planets as well?

Kiri: ahh, we're dealing with Earth, not other planets.

Skip: why not?

Russ: that’s the question I’m wondering.

Skip: if it works here why can’t it work everywhere?

Russ: why wouldn’t Mars have something like that? And if that was true, would possibly be those pyramids on Mars be someplace that might be a good explanation for a…..

Skip: a vortex.

Russ: vortex there? Absolutely.

Skip: and the face.

Russ: and the face, two faces.

Skip: yeah.

Russ: so, you’d have to look on the other side of Mars from that direct point to find the other…..

Skip: vortex.

Russ: vortex, which would be interesting to see what’s on that side.

Skip: yeah.

Russ: hmm, interesting.

Kiri: hmm.