Scientists Suggest Possible Solution to Bermuda Triangle Mystery

The region which is also referred as the Devil’s triangle was over the years being blamed for the disappearance of more than 70 airplanes and several hundred ships

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October 24, 2016: The unusual disappearance of ships and aircraft in the western part of North Atlantic Ocean known as Bermuda Triangle is no longer a mystery.

The region which is also referred as the Devil’s triangle was over the years being blamed for the disappearance of more than 70 airplanes and several hundred ships.

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The cause of such disappearances was a mystery for years but it seems scientists may have finally solved the mystery behind the disappearances.

Bermuda Triangle. Wikimedia
Bermuda Triangle. Wikimedia

They claimed that the disappearances in the Bermuda Triangle can be attributed to the presence of hexagonal clouds right above the area. These hexagonal clouds create terrifying ‘air bombs’.

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According to Mirror UK, “Using radar satellites to measure what was happening beneath the clouds; they found that sea level winds were reaching almost 170mph.”

These ‘air bombs’ have a speed of 275km/hr which is enough powerful enough to bring airplanes down or flip over the ships.

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The formation of these deadly ‘air bombs’ is explained by Meteorologist Randy Cerveny.

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“They are formed by what are called microbursts and they’re blasts of air that come down out of the bottom of a cloud and then hit the ocean and then create waves that can sometimes be massive in size as they start to interact with each other.”

– prepared by Pinaz Kazi of NewsGram. Twitter: @PinazKazi

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