The mystery behind the Bermuda Triangle, a place where hundreds of aircraft and ships are said to have disappeared under unexplained circumstances, might have finally been resolved — at least that’s what the Science Channel show claims.
A research team of American scientists and meteorologists at the University of Colorado have found a chain of unusual hexagonal clouds after going through big data of satellite images of the realm. The meteorologists theorized these clouds may act as actual “air bombs”. Consequently, they produce strong winds that can readily exceed 170 miles per hour, and that is a kind of wind that no ship or aircraft can really defy.
As many scientists around the world have tried to resolve the greatest mystery behind the Bermuda triangle, the latest findings are much more encouraging and offer a logical explanation of what stands as decades of unexplainable mystery.
Let us recall the Bermuda Triangle is a substantial place of the Atlantic Ocean between Florida, Puerto Rico, and Bermuda. This region is infamous for the mysterious happenings. Reports return to 1945 when a plane that has been sent out to find them and five American torpedo bombers vanished without a trace. Since that day, another 75 aircraft and several hundred ships are lost.