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Bermuda Triangle mystery solved?

Bermuda triangle mystery solved?

The Bermuda Triangle has been one of the greatest mysteries in modern times. It is a patch of 500,000 square kilometers in the Atlantic Ocean between Florida, Puerto Rico, and Bermuda.

Hundreds of ships and at least 75 planes have disappeared while crossing the Bermuda Triangle under unexplained circumstances.

This has led to the rise of numerous conspiracy theories, such as underwater alien bases, time-space rifts, and even the mythical city of Atlantis.

However, no one has been able to come up with a concrete scientific theory as to why these disappearances have occurred.


Yet now, a Channel 5 documentary may have finally found the answer to this decades-long mystery.

The Channel 5 documentary says that these mysterious disappearances of ships and planes have been caused by rogue waves.

Rogue waves are giant 100-foot-tall waves of water. Scientists sometimes refer to these rogue waves as extreme storm waves.

They are massive and extremely spontaneous, which would make them difficult to steer around and avoid.

Rogue waves can also come unexpectedly from different directions, so people would simply not have time to avoid the incoming wall of water. Waves like this were first observed by a satellite off the coast of South Africa in 1997.

The Bermuda Triangle has the possibility of seeing three huge storms coming together from three different directions.

These are perfect conditions to create rogue waves. Waves like this could have snapped the mysterious missing ships, such as the USS Cyclops, in two.

Although this theory explaining the Bermuda Triangle disappearances has not yet been proven, it serves as a likely explanation as to why these ships and planes have gone missing.

However, if this is the reason for the Bermuda Triangle disappearances, it only enforces the dangerous nature of the area and the caution people should have when crossing it.

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