Midnight In The Desert — Bermuda Triangle

Scientist ‘solves’ mystery of the Bermuda Triangle – by claiming there was no mystery in the first place

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Scientist ‘solves’ mystery of the Bermuda Triangle – by claiming there was no mystery in the first place

Defying 70 years of fevered speculation, a sceptical scientist has dared to declare that the mystery of the Bermuda Triangle has been ‘solved’ – by claiming there was no mystery in the first place. Karl Kruszelnicki has insisted the reason why so many ships and planes vanish without trace in the area between Bermuda, Florida, Puerto Rico is nothing to do with aliens or fire-crystals from the lost city of Atlantis. Instead, the Australian scientist ‘revealed’, the high number of disappearances is explained by nothing more supernatural than plain old human error plus bad weather and the fact that lots...

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Bermuda Triangle Mystery Solved! 170 MPH "Air Bombs" to Blame

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Bermuda Triangle Mystery Solved! 170 MPH "Air Bombs" to Blame

The Bermuda Triangle has been a source of wonderment for scientists and amateurs alike for hundreds of years. The 500,000 square mile area is infamous for the disappearance of ships and aircraft from no apparent cause, leading to all forms of conjecture. Now scientists believe they have cracked the case, according to the U.K. Express. After the discovery of extremely rare weather patterns, hexagonal clouds capable of extreme bursts of winds known as “air bombs,” it is easy to speculate what happened to all the craft lost at sea. On the Science Channel’s “What on Earth,” satellite meteorologist Dr. Steve...

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Why has part of the Alaskan wilderness been called the Bermuda Triangle?

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Why has part of the Alaskan wilderness been called the Bermuda Triangle?

Amid the untouched beauty of Alaska's varying landscape, a mystery lingers. Because people seem to go missing at an eerily high rate, a large section of the state has come to be called Alaska's Bermuda Triangle. Planes go down, hikers go missing and Alaskan residents and tourists seem to vanish into the largely untouched backdrop. The so-called Bermuda Triangle slices through four of the state's regions, from the southeastern wilderness and fjords to the interior tundra and up to the arctic mountain ranges. Its points include the large swath of land from Juneau and Yakutat in the southeast, the Barrow...

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Possible Cause For The Bermuda Triangle Found

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Possible Cause For The Bermuda Triangle Found

Methane gas is becoming the scapegoat for more and more problems and mysteries. This week, scientists discovered massive underwater craters off the coast of Norway that appear to have been caused by methane explosions. On the ground, these can cause huge mysterious holes like those in Siberia. Some scientists now believe that underwater methane explosions could be the causing of ships disappearing in the Bermuda Triangle. This theory has been proposed before by scientists studying the Siberian craters whose most likely cause are explosions triggered by the release of methane gas trapped under giant frozen plugs of earth called pingos...

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Siberian scientists say exploding holes 'are the key to Bermuda Triangle'

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Siberian scientists say exploding holes 'are the key to Bermuda Triangle'

The craters - two in Yamal and one on the Taymyr peninsula - were revealed during the summer, leading to urgent analysis by scientists as well as a wave of speculation suggesting the cause was aliens from outer space, meteorites, or stray missiles. Now respected Science in Siberia journal has come up with a coherent explanation for the northern craters and - sensationally - links it to the notorious Bermuda Triangle phenomenon, where ships and aircraft have disappeared under strange circumstances between Bermuda, Florida and Puerto Rico. Heating from above the surface due to unusually warm climatic conditions, and from...

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