Bermuda Triangle: a scientist has revealed the truth about this demonic place

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Bermuda Triangle: a scientist has revealed the truth about this demonic place

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It is one of the places on the planet that hides the most mysteries. Much has been said and written about Bermuda TriangleHowever, no one can solve -yet- the cause of the strange losses that took place there.

Coincidentally this imaginary triangle — formed by the extremities of the islands of Bermuda, Puerto Rico and Miami and covers 1.1 and a half million square kilometers— hundreds of ships, nearly a hundred planes and thousands of people were “volatilized”.

The enigma has kept science awake for many years and the question that inevitably arises is: What is the enigma lurking in this place?

a new theory

Newsflash: A scientist says he has solved the mystery of the Bermuda Triangle and is maintaining it supernatural -the most accepted version so far- almost certainly not to blame.

Karl Kruszelnicki suggests that there was no mystery in the area in the beginning. In this sense, he insisted that the reason why so many boats and planes disappeared there without a trace had nothing to do with the aliens or the missing city of Atlantis, he reported. The mirror.

The Bermuda Triangle is an imaginary triangle formed at the ends of the Bermuda Islands, Puerto Rico and Miami.

The Bermuda Triangle is an imaginary triangle formed at the ends of the Bermuda Islands, Puerto Rico and Miami.

According to the Australian expert, the large number of losses cannot be explained by anything more supernatural than that human errorthe bad weather and this fact is so full of means of transportation.

“Near the equator, near the richest part of the world, America, so a lot of traffic. According to Lloyd’s of London and the United States Coast Guard, the number of missing in the Bermuda Triangle is the same as anywhere in the world in percentage“, detailed Kruszelnicki.

Flight 19: the first mystery

The scientist, who has a scholarship to the University of Sydney, also explained that there are simple explanations for the loss of flight 19 Yes speculation about the place began.

It was a flight of five United States Navy TBM Avenger torpedo bombers that left Fort Lauderdale, Florida, on December 5, 1945, for a two -hour regular training mission over the Atlantic.

After losing radio contact with their base, all five planes disappeared and no trace was found of them or their 14 crew.

The seaplane that searched for Flight 19 also disappeared. Photo: Channel 5

The seaplane that searched for Flight 19 also disappeared. Photo: Channel 5

Interestingly, this was confirmed shortly after, a PBM-Mariner seaplane was sent that night to a search and rescue missions to find Flight 19 was also lost along with its 13 crew.

Ang speculations about this “evaporation” was much, especially after 1964, when writer Vincent Gaddis advanced his theories in an article entitled The Deadly Bermuda Triangle.

Speaking on the subject, the expert also offered simple explanations for the loss of Flight 19.

To begin with, he argued that despite suggestions that the patrol had disappeared under ideal flight conditions, there really was waves of 15 meters that will have a big impact.

He added that the only truly experienced pilot in flight was its commander, Lieutenant Charles Taylor, and his human error can play a role in tragedy, stressed The mirror.

And for more information, indicated that heRadio transcripts clarified that before the patrol disappeared Flight 19 was unsure of its position.

Also, they show that Taylor he thought his compass had fallen and that it was over the Florida Keys, but further examination by ground crews showed that it was in the southeast, near an island in the Bahamas.

Kruszelnicki defended that the lieutenant denied a younger pilot who said they should turn west and insisted the patrol fly east, unknowingly. taking them to the Atlanticover deep water where sunken planes or bodies may be more difficult to find.

Ang find a seaplane and the rescue was sent on a rescue mission, but he disappeared, but the expert said he was found exploded in the air.

Other theories: explanation of the inexplicable

In 1977, the Bermuda Triangle developed such an appeal that even Steven Spielberg included references to it in his film. “Close Meeting of the Third Kind”describing the crew of Flight 19 as abducted by aliens.

In his film "Close Encounters of the Third Kind," Spielberg referred to the disappearance of Flight 19. Photo: Web

In his film “Close Encounters of the Third Kind,” Spielberg referred to the disappearance of Flight 19. Photo: Web

On the other hand, other explanations that are more related to science ensure that everything is due toexplosive emissions of methane gas trapped as methane hydrate within the icy crystalline cage of water molecules beneath the cold seabed of the deep ocean.

Source: Clarin

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