Bermuda Triangle Isn't A Mysterious Place

in Deep Diveslast year (edited)

The Bermuda Triangle is one of the most mysterious places in the world.
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This place is also known as the Devil's Triangle. It is said that when a ship or a plane passes over this place, it disappears and is no longer found. Scientists could not find a solution to this mystery. As a result, many mysterious stories were born around this place. In fact, the Bermuda Triangle is not a mysterious place. It is a place like any other normal place on earth.

How this place known as Barmuda Triangle?

December 5, 1945. The 14 Navy airmen from the Florida camp went out to practice routine on a plane that day as usual.
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About 1 hour and 30 minutes later, flight leader Charles Taylor alerted the control room and sent a message. "Something bad is happening to us. None of our three compasses are pointing in the right direction. We can't recognize the west. Everything is turning upside down. The familiar sea also looks different," he said. Then no signal came from that flight. Flight 19 was lost forever in the west of the Atlantic Ocean, somewhere between Bermuda, Florida and Puerto Rico.
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That evening a search plane was sent to find Flight 19. But that search plane also sent no further signal 28 minutes after taking off from Florida. The plane with 13 crew members also disappeared forever. Christopher Columbus first reported such a terrible event in 1492. He wrote on his ship's lockbook that he was on his way to the Americas with 14 crew members.
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Suddenly he saw a play of light in the sea. The ship's compass began to point in the opposite direction. Seeing this, all the crew members of the ship got scared. Author Vincent Gaddy first called the triangular space the first triangle between Bermuda, Florida and Puerto Rico, west of the Atlantic Ocean. He used the term to refer to Mysterio of disaperation in an article in Argusy magazine. He also spoke about Flight 19, which was lost in 1945. He further added that the ship USS Cyclops, which was lost in March 1918, was a ship that killed 309 people.
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He wrote that the Bermuda Triangle is a terribly mysterious place. In the last century, hundreds of ships and planes have disappeared in the Bermuda Triangle, covering an area of ​​about 500,000 square kilometers. No evidence was found of the disappearance of these ships and aircraft. Even the wreckage of these ships and aircraft was not found. Some say these are the work of aliens.
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Someone said there are huge cracks in the sea. Someone said the fourth dimension is that there is a mysterious door through which planes and ships go to another world. These issues come to the fore further when Alan Austin found an unmanned ship in this part on his way back on a US ship. Because of these events, the Bermuda Triangle seems to be a mysterious place. The authors have created various mysteries surrounding this region.

Scientific interpretation of the Bermuda Triangle:

U.S.A. scientists report fault in Bermuda Triangle Destructive ocean storms at speed. This storm is caused by Hexagonal Clouds.
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Hexagonal Clouds freeze over the Bermuda Triangle in such a way as to create an Air Bomb. When an Air Bomb hits the surface of the sea, it produces waves 40-50 feet high, which can cause a ship or an aircraft to shatter in an instant and get lost in the deep sea. The wreckage of a ship or aircraft can be moved elsewhere due to the warm ocean currents called golf streams. The Puerto Rico Trench is more than 26,000 feet deep in the Bermuda Triangle.
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If a ship or an aircraft crashes and falls into it, it is not possible to get it back. The Bermuda Triangle has Electro Magnetic Aeromalize which makes the compass not work properly.
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This region is rich in methane gas under the sea floor. These methane gas bubbles reduce the concentration of seawater.
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As a result, if the density of water occupied in a ship is less than the density of the ship, the ship sinks.


I love a good mystery.