"What grander idea can the mind of man form to itself than a prodigious, glorious and firy globe hanging in the midst of an infinite and boundless space surrounded with bodies of whom our earth is scarcely any thing in comparison, moving their rounds about its body and held tight to their respective orbits by the attractive force inherent to it while they are suspended in the same space by the Creator's almighty arm! And then let us cast our eyes up to the spangled canoply of heaven, where innumerable luminaries at such an immense distance from us cover the face of the skies. All suns as great as that which illumines us, surrounded with earths perhaps no way inferior to the ball which we inhabit and no part of the amazing whole unfilled! System running into system, and worlds bordering on worlds! Sun, earth, moon, stars be ye made, and they were made!" - Edmund Burke, at age 15 praising the 'noble science' of astronomy

The world is a funny place you know. Full of mysteries that no one can explain. 

But in reality there really isn't anything that we can do about it. Nothing we can really solve. All we can do, is to try and find an explanation.

And even that is a hard task. Trying to find an explanation for something that we have no idea what is.

You could say that, maybe we'll never get the chance to find it in our lifetime. But then again,you never know what could happen.

Take the Bermuda Triangle for instance. (For the people who don't know, here is a brief explanation.)  The Bermuda Triangle is an area of water in the Northern Atlantic Ocean, in which numerous amounts planes, and boats appear to go missing in mysterious circumstances. Some people believe the disappearances to be the work of bad weather, time warps, alien abductions, and even suspension of the law of physics. 

Although substantial documentation exists to show that many of the reports have been exaggerated, there is still no explanation for the unusually large number of disappearances in the area.

I have this friend, Chris. He goes on cruises every single year to the Bahamas, and passes right through the Bermuda Triangle, and he comes back alive and well. So I'm not entirely sure if this is believable or not. 

Oh well I guess.

-Meiko