The Bermuda Triangle is known as an oceanic death vortex, and now, thanks to a new scientific discovery, we finally understand why! Hexagonal clouds outline the fearsome area, which are responsible for causing mysterious disappearances. Read on to see why they’re so dangerous!
If you thought the deathly stories behind the Bermuda Triangle were just a hoax, think again! New research suggests there’s actually a very logical explanation for the disappearances of planes, boats, and people. What they discovered was hexagonal clouds (ranging from 20 – 55 miles) that outline the Bermuda Triangle and create horrendous 170mph wind air bombs! These winds are strong enough to rip out trees, flip over ships, and suck airplanes out of the sky.
OK, so the mystery is solved…right? Not exactly. Satellite meteorologist Dr. Steve Miller claims the rigid hexagon shape of these clouds is still highly unusual “You don’t typically see straight edges with clouds,” he says, adding, “Most of the time, clouds are random in their distribution.” Weighing in on the subject is meteorologist Randy Cerveny, who adds, “These types of hexagonal shapes over the ocean are in essence air bombs,” that are capable of blasting wind down to the ocean and thus creating a massive wave.
The Bermuda Triangle, also known as the Devil’s Triangle, is located between Miami, the Bermudas, and Puerto Rico. Perhaps the most talked about disappearance in those parts happened in 1945, when a US Navy training flight suddenly lost contact with all its servers and vanished. The 14 passengers aboard that flight were never found, and an additional 13 people went missing when two rescue flights were sent out. The Bermuda Triangle is still a super creepy concept, but at least now we have an actual explanation as to why so many people have disappeared at sea.
HollywoodLifers, would you ever be brave enough to travel across the Bermuda Triangle?