Pilot Bruce Gernon’s December 4, flight from Andros Island Bahamas to Gernon’s Electronic Fog, Mexico’s Zone of Silence, Peru’s Doorway of the Gods. What can we learn from intrepid adventurers like Christopher Columbus, Charles Lindbergh, and Bruce Gernon–the co-author of this book–who survived. The Fog presents pilot Bruce Gernon’s groundbreaking new theory of the Bermuda Triangle, based upon his own firsthand experiences.
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Obviously the potential for space travel also has some real possibilities here as well. Account Options Sign in. Is there an explanation for the thousands of people who have disappeared in the Bermuda Triangle? Jun 05, Jeff Wombold rated it liked it Recommends it for: It could be the meeting of Earths magnetic lines; space anomalies like worm holes or very like An interesting read and I have seen the pilot on the Discovery channel.
To put this into perspective a Nov 12, Philip rated it did not like it Shelves: Kristin Pickford rated it really liked it Apr 16, Gernon is the only person to have witnessed its birth stage through the mature stage, to enter the heart of the Timestorm, escaping through a Tunnel Vortex and resulting in a time warp of 30 minutes forward in time, and miles forward in space.
Jolene rated it liked it Jan 03, Donna rated it it was ok Jul 22, Is this even possible from take off to landing? The Fog also explores the Triangle’s connection to UFOs, a secret navy base, and a possible link to a vanished ancient civilization.
He resides in sourthern Florida. Or maybe if your boss puts it on your desk Return to Book Page. As per documents from the FAA fixed wing aircraft can be subjected to electric potentials in flight that can cause engine stoppage and instrument failure.
Pilot Bruce Gernon’s Bermuda Triangle Electronic Fog Theory co-author of “The Fog”
This also works for cloth covered metal-framed aircraft and carbon fiber aircraft since this material is conductive as well. I think that it is very well put together and I got a lot of information out of it. Gernon’s exciting new theory of the Bermuda Triangle is based upon his firsthand experiences, reports of other ggernon, and scientific research. I don’t believe the Bermuda Triangle has any supernatural powers to it, as in the Devil, but I do believe there is a natural phenomenon going on that mankind lacks sufficient knowledge of yet.
He co-authored The Brufe with Bruce Gernon, and with his wife, Trish, co-authored three books on synchronicity.
The Fog: A Never Before Published Theory of the Bermuda Triangle Phenomenon
Obviously something goes on there, we just don’t know what. He would have needed to go overmph to make a mile distance in one second, which would have ripped the airplane apart. Another important point he enters the cloud tunnel at 10, feet and when he appears over Miami Beach he is also at 10, feet. There are dozens of planes and boats that have been in this fog through out history.
Oct 16, Priya Shaw marked it as to-read. These wind speeds and directions are unusual even at 35 — 40 Thousand feet over the North American continent. The transit started near Bimini Island and ended over Miami Beach. It is very informative and well put together. Rob MacGregorBruce Gernon. A New Explanation for an Enduring Enigma. Nite Beat Barry Nolan. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Many have disappeared and some have even disintegrated.
The entire transit of nearly miles took just a few seconds. Gernon believes that a rare natural phenomenon may be behind many of the seemingly paranormal happenings in the Triangle, causing time distortions, pilot disorientation, and equipment malfunctions. Peni Renner rated it it was ok Oct 14, Bruce Gernon is a pilot who has flown extensively in the Caribbean.
It seemed, at points, that the author was grasping for a link between any disappearance in the Bermuda Gwrnon and the electronic fog theory. Bruce said as he exited the tunnel and then had a slight sense of acceleration hydroplaning and finally a sensation of being weightless for several seconds.
I figured they lost him at the first 15 second sweep of the radar as he exited the cloud and then picked him up on the next sweep of the Miami Radar antenna which then put him over Miami Beach.
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