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The Bermuda Triangle mystery is finally solved!

The Bermuda Triangle is one of the most famous and mysterious places on Earth. Scientists still can't estimate the number of ships and airplanes lost there; and it keeps us wondering if those disappearances were related. We have many questions related to this death triangle, like: Is the Bermuda Triangle on the map? Well, it's actually not found on a map, but the closest approximation found by scientists is where the ships and planes up till now have mysteriously disappeared. The area, whose boundaries are not universally agreed upon, is a vaguely triangular in shape marked by the Atlantic coast of the Florida Panhandle, Bermuda, and Puerto Rico.

The Bermuda Triangle is situated near the Bahamas. The sandy floors of the island are replaced by strange structures- giant dark holes, the tidal waves make them produce whirlpools resembling waterfalls in the middle of the sea.

Christopher Columbus, on his very first voyage to the new world in 1942, sailed through the Bermuda Triangle and recorded that a bursting flame of fire struck the sea and caused a strange light to appear in the distance. A few weeks later, Columbus looked at his compass for direction and it gave off erratic readings.

This region is known for its mysterious phenomena. Another name for it is the Devil’s Triangle. Many theories came up regarding this phenomena from huge magnetic levels to aliens and sea monsters. The latest tragedy happened in 2015 when the cargo ship "el faro" disappeared in the same region while traveling from Florida to Puerto Rico on 1st october 2015 and was found at the bottom of the ocean on the 31st of october .

However, there is a possibility that the mystery has been solved . A team of American scientists from the University of Colorado analyzed the satellite weather images and saw a series of unusual hexagonal clouds on them that might act like real air bomb which are believed to be the reason of the blasts of air. These hurricane force winds literally blow up the air and can generate waves more than 45 feet high which cannot be survived by ships or planes.

Hexagonal shaped clouds like real air bombs












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