Bermuda Triangle’s strange mystery finally unravels

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Mysterious Bermuda Triangle region

Bermuda Triangle is one of the most mysterious places of the world. It is a region in the western part of the North Atlantic Ocean, where many aircrafts and ships have gone missing in mysterious circumstances. No dead bodies or debris of the downed aircraft or ship has ever been found in the ocean, which adds to the secret. Till date, more than 75 planes and hundreds of ships have disappeared but no scientist or researcher has since years been able to crack down the mystery of this deadly region.

The theories given in the past include paranormal activities, aliens, UFO wreckage, etc. Paranormal explorers have in the past claimed to have found a crystal pyramid in the region. Another investigator had asserted that UFO wreckage has been found which proves of aliens visiting Earth through the region.

Finally, the mystery, which is also convincing, seems to be have unlocked by meteorologists who revealed their findings while speaking to the Science Channel.

Their theory says that it is the devastating air bombs which are responsible for all the incidents happened in the 1.3 million sq km (500,000 square miles) region in the past. All the clouds of the region, as seen in the NASA satellite’s imagery, are of hexagonal shape. These clouds could be creating 106kph (170mph) air bombs. When these bombs blast, they can do the worst damage ever thought.

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Hexagonal clouds seen over Bermuda Triangle region in NASA’s imagery

It is these clouds 240km off the coast of Florida and over the Bahamas that bring down a plane or a ship. The wind level is up to 160kph which is so powerful that it causes waves in the ocean to rise up to 45ft (14 meters) high. The unusual clouds are randomly distributed in the area and their sizes differ from 32 to 88km.

“The clouds are formed by microbursts. They are blasts of air that come down out of the bottom of a cloud and then hit the ocean. Then they create waves that can sometimes be huge in size and they start to interact with each other,” said Dr. Randy Cerveny from the University of Arizona.

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