BT exploration: To use myself as both speciman and test pilot,to navigate a cigarette boat at top speed with a crew of three, to survey the Bermuda Triangle. The Bermuda Triangle plays with our myths and fears of what the space of the triangle is within ourselves, the history of what we know, and the conquering of a space--to show it for what it is. Once the BT exploration started a few things changed. Instead of a crew of three we had a crew of two including myself. Also, instead of a cigarette boat I started with an experimental speed boat - The "Rude Boat". Well anyways we went through 2 boats, 3 engines and one single engine cessna airplane. First of all I would like to thank the John Guggenheim Memorial Foundation for without their support the BT exploration would have sunk. Secondly I would like to thank Robert Chambers, and Chris Cully for the indelible support in my conquest. Skip Arnoldıs exploration of the Bermuda Triangle in February 1996 is one of the projects graciously made possible by the Fellowship of the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation 1995.