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UPDATE 2021: The mystery surrounding the Bermuda Triangle is finally “solved”

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The Mystery of the Bermuda Triangle Has Finally Been Solved

The mystery of the Bermuda Triangle has finally been solved.

A new theory, that the area is a hotspot for extra-terrestrial activity, was debunked by scientists who say it’s just due to the position of the Gulf Stream in relation to Puerto Rico and Florida.

Scientists have debunked a new theory that the area is a hotspot for extra-terrestrial activity, saying it’s just due to the position of the Gulf Stream in relation to Puerto Rico and Florida

The new theory, which was first introduced by Christopher Ratliff in his book The Bermuda Triangle People Keep Talking About, has been debunked by scientists who say the area is not a hotpot for extra-terrestrial activity. Instead, they say it’s just due to the position of the Gulf Stream in relation to Puerto Rico and Florida.

This means that there are no mysterious forces at work – only natural ones

People who believe in UFOs may now need to find another explanation for why they’ve seen so many strange things over this region of water

People who believe in UFOs may now need to find another explanation for why they’ve seen so many strange things over this region of water. Along with that, if they’re also believers in the Bermuda Triangle mystery, then their thoughts are probably changing too.

This new theory is one of many theories that have been disproven over the years. Early on in the history of the triangle there were many stories told about what may have caused these disappearances, but it wasn’t until 1964 when Vincent Gaddis coined the name “Bermuda Triangle” that even more questions began to be brought up. At that point, The US Navy came out and admitted that they had information that showed that no mysterious disappearances had ever occurred inside the Bermuda Triangle.

Even though this mystery is now solved, there are still many others that still need to be investigated and explained.

Instead of looking towards the supernatural or extraterrestrial for answers, perhaps we should instead keep our minds open and use every scientific tool available to us in order to discover what’s really going on with these disappearances.

This mystery is now solved.

Though many people still dispute the statement, scientists have come up with possible explanations which revolve around natural causes and events. Even though they’ve debunked this new theory, there are still many more mysteries out there that they need to solve. This includes such cases as the USS Cyclops disappearance of 1918, the Mary Celeste disappearance of 1872, and the Flight 19 disappearance of 1945.

The mystery of the Bermuda Triangle has finally been solved. A new theory, that the area is a hotpot for extra-terrestrial activity, was debunked by scientists who say it’s just due to the position of the Gulf Stream in relation to Puerto Rico and Florida. Scientists have debunked a new theory that the area is a hotspot for extra-terrestrial activity, saying it’s just due to the position of the Gulf Stream in relation to Puerto Rico and Florida The new theory, which was first introduced by Christopher Ratliff in his book The Bermuda Triangle People Keep Talking About, has been debunked by scientists who say they’re not an alien hotspot.

Instead, they believe it’s caused only by natural events like currents near these islands. This means that there are no mysterious forces at work – only natural ones people who believe in UFOs may now need to find another explanation for why they’ve seen so many strange things over this region of water.

People who believed in the Bermuda Triangle mystery were probably feeling some type of way when their theories were debunked, but perhaps this new theory which was debunked along with it is still more believable.

 

The mystery surrounding the Bermuda Triangle is as derived from a Stephen King short story. But now the riddle should be solved – and the answer is very simple.

Bermuda Triangle

The Bermuda Triangle, also known as Devil’s Triangle or Hurricane Alley, is a loosely defined area in the western part of the North Atlantic, where a number of aircraft and ships are said to have disappeared under mysterious circumstances. Most reputable sources reject the idea that there is any mystery.

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The area of the Bermuda Triangle is among the most traveling shipping stars in the world, with ships often passing through it for ports in America, Europe, and the Caribbean. Cruise ships and recreational boats sail regularly through the region, and commercial and private aircraft routinely fly over it.

East of Florida, along the Atlantic coast, begins the eerie and one-million-square-mile Bermuda Triangle, which is bounded in the southeast by Puerto Rico and in the north by the Bermuda archipelago.

Bermuda Triangle is finally “solved”

The ghost-like area has become known for its mysterious disappearances, where boats and aircraft disappeared during the 20th century, without any trace.

Now Australian scientist Dr. Karl Kruszelknicki, who has made himself known for revealing myths with the help of research, has come up with an explanation for the phenomenon that will definitely disappoint sci-fi lovers and ghost fans, writes News.co.au.

“According to the US Coast Guard, the number of lost planes in the Bermuda Triangle is the same as in the rest of the world, in percentage terms.”

So he thinks that aliens are definitely not behind any disappearances, but humans themselves.

“It is close to the equator and the United States and therefore the area is heavily trafficked.”, He explains, regarding many missing ships.

The mystery surrounding the Bermuda Triangle started in 1918 when the US ship USS Cyclops disappeared somewhere in the area.

One theory about all the mysterious disappearances has previously been that methane bubbles from the seabed could possibly have caused ships to sink down from the surface – something that has recently been dismissed. Dr. Kruszelnicki believes that the methane bubbles themselves exist in the area, but that they could not possibly pull down either ships or aircraft.

So it is popular culture and a misinterpretation of statistics that has caused the fear and the mystique of the Bermuda Triangle, but in fact, these are just common mistakes, such as happen in all the world’s oceans all the time, Dr. Kruszelnicki states.

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