Scientists have reportedly claimed to have found the final, actual answer to the Bermuda Triangle Mystery and have attributed the reason of the disappearances to the clouds covering the area.
The Bermuda Triangle has been the cause of many debates, conspiracy theories, and controversies throughout the years as anything from aliens to government conspiracies have been said to have been the cause of the areas many disappearances.
The Bermuda Triangle, or the Devil’s Triangle, is an area of about 500,000 square kilometers of the North Atlantic Ocean which has garnered an infamous reputation. The area housed over 75 plane disappearances and a number in the hundreds of ship disappearances or wrecks.
The estimated average found that around four planes and twenty ships vanish every year in the triangle, and the total number of lives lost in the region has reached a reported number of 1,000 over a period of 100 years.
Presently, scientists consider that they have found the mysterious source and cause of these disappearances in the form of the areas’ clouds.
The clouds, which sport a hexagonal area are reportedly able to circulate at a wind speed of 170mph and can generate destructive air bombs.
The powerful air bombs could also cause winds of up to 45 feet in height, which coupled with the clouds’ shape, could possibly overturn ships and crash aircraft.
According to Randy Cerveny, meteorologist, these distinctive phenomena called air bombs is generated by microbursts. These are air blasts that come out of the bottom part of a cloud and proceed to hit the waters of the ocean.
Their force could then lead to waves that are prone to massive sizes which will only increase as the waves start colliding and merging with one another.
The clouds responsible for these microbursts are thought to measure from 20 to even 55 miles across, but their origin and reasons for formation are as yet unknown. Scientists have also to find out the exact moment when the clouds appeared and for how long these microbursts have been happening.
The phenomena, which is thought to be equal on the scale of caused destruction to tornadoes, is as of yet unpredictable.
Although microbursts are a recognized phenomenon, the scientists’ suggestion that this may be the cause of the many and mysterious disappearances that took place in the Bermuda Triangle is still a theory.
What does the reader think, could this be the actual cause of the disappearances, or will the mystery of the Bermuda Triangle carry on even after the reason for these events has been found out?
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