Bermuda Triangle is no mystery, ocean scientist explains

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British scientists believe 100ft 'rogue' waves could be the reason why so many boats have been sunk in the mysterious Bermuda Triangle. Rogue waves, which only last for a few minutes, have been known to measure 30 meters (nearly 100ft) high.

The Bermuda Triangle can be easily explained, says an ocean scientist, noting that the area does not deserve its ‘mysterious’ reputation.

Recent research conducted by scientists in the U.K. noted that a natural ‘rogue wave’ phenomenon could play a part in the Bermuda Triangle’s reputation.


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The Bermuda Triangle, also known as the Devil’s Triangle,’is a region in the North Atlantic that is generally’bounded by Miami, Bermuda and Puerto Rico. Over time, a number of aircraft and ships are said to have disappeared there under mysterious circumstances.’

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Speaking in the Channel 5 documentary, Secrets of the Bermuda Triangle, Nick Hutchings, a mineral prospector, explained: ‘Bermuda’s basically a sea mountain ‘ it’s an underwater volcano.

’30 million years ago, it was sticking up above sea level. It has now eroded away and we’re left with the top of a volcano.

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The mystery of the Bermuda Triangle, a patch of ocean which has supposedly caused the demise of countless ships and planes that have passed through it,’has puzzled scientists for years.

The Triangle is an area of the North Atlantic ocean between Bermuda to the north, Puerto Rico to the south and Florida to the west.’An average of four planes and 20 boats are said to vanish in the zone every year, leaving no trace behind.

As the Daily Mail says: ‘From sub-sea pyramids to hexagonal clouds and alien bases, scientists and conspiracy theorist alike have drummed up every imaginable scenario over the years to explain the mysterious disappearances in the Bermuda Triangle.’

Bermuda Triangle Mystery: Boats’ Disappearance Explained By New Theory About Infamous Region

The mystery behind the disappearance of several boats in the Bermuda Triangle may have finally been unraveled in a new theory by British scientists. According to the recent research, “rogue” waves going up to 100 feet could be engulfing boats in the’region.

According to the scientists, these were’first observed by satellites in 1997 off the coast of South Africa.’The research team reportedly built a model of the USS Cyclops,’a 542-foot-long Navy cargo ship that went missing in the triangle in 1918, claiming 300 lives.’The ship’s captain never sent out an SOS distress call, and an extensive search found no wreckage.

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