Bruce Gernon & Rob MacGregor
The Answer to The Bermuda Triangle
Saturday, August 12th, 2017 at 11 pm EDT, Paranormal Now’s host Alan B. Smith as we time slip with the authors of the book, Beyond The Bermuda Triangle: Beyond the Bermuda Triangle: True Encounters with Electronic Fog, Missing Aircraft, and Time Warps.
Pilot and author, Bruce Gernon and co-author Rob MacGregor take us on a journey through the Bermuda Triangle to share a first hand account of what it is like to be caught in the grip of the mysterious phenomenon that has been reported by pilots for many years. Bruce is convinced that the strange cloud formations seen, navigation controls going awry and shifts in time are all related to space time being warped by some unknown process of which they do have a working theory for.
BRUCE GERNON & ROB MACGREGOR
Bruce Gernon is a certified seaplane flight instructor and a master captain with a Coast Guard license. He has appeared in 36 documentaries about the Bermuda Triangle in which he describes his space/time warp experience, often as the featured interviewee. Gernon coined the term “electronic fog.” He resides in Boynton Beach, Florida, with his wife, Lynn. His website is www.ElectronicFog.com.
Rob MacGregor has published 20 novels and 24 nonfiction books, including Indiana Jones and The Last Crusade, and coauthored The Fog with Bruce Gernon. An author of seven Indiana Jones novels, he has been on the New York Times Best Sellers list and won the Edgar Allan Poe Award for mystery writing for his novel Prophecy Rock. He and his wife, Trish, reside in Wellington, Florida.
Alan’s Paranormal Cabin
Electric Time Slip
Like many others, I have been fascinated with the Bermuda Triangle stories that have come to us over the years. But Bruce Gernon’s theory, along with co-author Rob MacGregor, that the paranormal experiences reported about the Bermuda Triangle are scientifically plausible as a space-time warp is most exciting!
Theoretical physicists have theorized that by using worm-holes or by warping space we could travel astronomical distances in a very short time. In fact, as of late, physicists seem to be much more open to the idea than in earlier times. The Alcubierre Drive, which was proposed by Mexican physicist Miguel Alcubierre in 1994, was the first time someone was able to concretely elucidate using math an actually way for humans to create a craft that could bend (warp) space around itself so that the craft could slip from one place in space to another without actually using thrust or moving. One far away location is essentially brought closer to the craft rather than the craft closer to it. Similar to the illustrations we’ve seen of our time travel is possible by bring two end points of a piece of paper together by folding the paper.
Bruce Gernon described his own portal experience like entering electric clouds. And that these clouds were sort of twisted creating what reminded him of what we might typically see shown in documentaries or movies like Star Wars: the stretching of light around the ship as the Millennium Falcon moves through hyperspace. Only in this case the distance is rather short relative to long distance space travel.
But it certainly does explain a loss of time or, in fact, airplanes skipping ahead of schedule and making a typically longer flight shorter and with less gas than is physically possible. And if this space warping portal(s) exists, we still can’t yet grasp what the total number of outcomes there can be upon entering. Some of the never found and completely missing airplanes over the years may have traveled far beyond a distance over the ocean, or perhaps beyond our linear perceived timeline and into sometime else.
True, this is speculation, but the large number of corroborating eyewitness reports, radio communication between air traffic control operators and radar reports we can’t help to be intrigued. Further, science can at least theorize how this is possible. I hope in the years to come Bruce and Rob follow up with another book that has even more scientifically supported data that propagates their theory. Because if not, we will still be afloat in the theories of our imagination for some time to come.
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