Bermuda Triangle: Mystery Solved?

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Akassh Murali
Apr 15, 2019   •  7 views

The mystery of the Bermuda triangle is undoubtedly the most controversial event of the decade.

The word “Bermuda Triangle” has ascended from being a natural calamity into a figure of speech.

It’s where our answers are when we write our exams, isn’t it? A mystery hole from where nothing can be retrieved.

The Bermuda triangle is said to be responsible for the loss of at least 1,000 lives along with 75 planes and hundreds of ships within the past 100 years.

In July 2015, two 14-year old boys want on a fishing ship in their 19-foot boat. Despite a very detailed nautical search by the US Coast Guard, the pair’s boat was found a year later in the coast of Bermuda, but the boys were never seen again.

In 2018, the total amount of fatalities in the Bermuda triangle was estimated at 44 and only 3 survived the accidents.

The reason for the disappearance was largely unknown and less information was available on it. UFO’s and rogue waves were largely blamed for the deaths and disappearances but no solid evidence was presented or available.

With speculations going around for decades on the issue, researchers now have accomplished a breakthrough in the Bermuda Triangle case.

Imagery from a NASA satellite has spotted hexagonal-shaped clouds ranging between 32 and 88 kilometres wide in the area of the Bermuda triangle.

These types of hexagonal shapes over the ocean are air bombs.

They are formed by what are called micro bursts and they’re blasts of air come down out of the bottom of a cloud and hit the ocean which creates waves more than 145 metres high.

The storms are said to be so powerful that ships and planes can be plunged into the sea in an instant.

Since none of these data’s have been published in a peer-reviewed journal as yet and does not completely explain all the strange disappearances in the region, this phenomenon remains as a well-defined hypothesis and also a potential evidence of a new weather phenomenon.

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