- A new theory explains the mystery of the Bermuda Triangle
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A new theory explains the mystery of the Bermuda Triangle


A group of American meteorologists announced the possibility of reaching a solution to the mystery of the Bermuda Triangle that has puzzled the world for decades, as a series of the disappearances of planes and ships in this area - which amounts to five hundred thousand square kilometers between Miami and Puerto Rico - remained without explanation, and many rejected He described it as accidental accidents.

It is noteworthy that this triangle was a cemetery for at least a thousand people, in addition to about 75 aircraft and hundreds of ships during the past hundred years.
 Scientists now believe that hexagonal clouds are forming in the region, creating air bombs that generate winds of up to 170 miles per hour, which are responsible for hundreds of mysterious marine accidents in Bermuda.
 Scientists now believe that hexagonal clouds form in the region, creating "air bombs" that generate winds of up to 170 miles per hour, which are responsible for hundreds of mysterious marine accidents.

The generated storms are said to be so strong that ships and planes could sink into the sea in an instant, as researchers note, massive clouds of 22 to 55 miles wide appearing over the western summit of Bermuda.

Using radar satellites to measure what is happening under unusual clouds, the researchers concluded that the sea winds in this region were also reaching dangerous high speeds, forming waves that might reach 13 meters high.

One of the scientists interprets these air bombs as being formed from what is called a partial explosion or storm phenomenon, which are air bubbles coming out from the bottom of a cloud and then hitting the ocean.
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It is mentioned that the term Bermuda Triangle was coined the first time by a journalist in the 1950's that was writing about a large number of ships and planes that had disappeared in this region.                                     
Source: The Independent
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