Hexagonal Clouds Caused Bermuda Triangle Mystery Events

Posted: Oct 22 2016, 4:46am CDT | by , Updated: Oct 22 2016, 5:20am CDT, in News | Latest Science News

 

Hexagonal Clouds Caused Bermuda Triangle Mystery Events
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  • Bermuda Triangle Mystery Solved through These Hexagonal Clouds
 

It seems that the conundrum of the Bermuda Triangle may finally have reached a resolution. 6 cornered clouds called Air Bombs are behind all Bermuda Triangle mystery incidents.

Researchers may have at last reached a conclusion regarding the mystery of the Bermuda Triangle. It is basically an area comprising 500,000 square miles of ocean.

Bounded by Bermuda, Florida and Puerto Rico, there have been many planes, ships and human lives that have been said to have gone to waste in this locus. Why these disappearances take place has remained an enigma. 

Since the past century or so, 1000 lives have been lost in the region. Upto four airplanes and 20 yachts end up missing while on duty in the region. This only increases the sense of dark mystery surrounding the region.

Meanwhile, theories proliferate so that some say that the lost continent of Atlantis is responsible for these disappearances while others pinpoint aliens as the prime source of the vanishings.

However, a novel theory that is based on science has come up recently. It seems that hexagonal clouds that form in the sky above the region may be responsible for the disappearances. The latest images show these clouds in formation above the Bermuda Triangle.  

The weather forecasters say that these hexagonal clouds can cause some very fast winds. These winds blow at the rate of 170 mph and also tidal waves form as a result.

The tidal waves are 45 feet in height. The ultimate effect is air bombs that sweep away ships and planes. The clouds go on and on for 20 to 55 miles.

As for the largest of these clouds, it is extant over the western part of the Bermuda Island. The presence of these hexagonal clouds is the best explanation regarding the mysterious disappearances so far. 

Some of the gusts of wind and mighty waves see to it that anything floating on the water does not survive. The air bombs are formed by microbursts. To travel at 170 mph is not a small thing.

Hurricanes that have a category of 5 on the scale are going at 157 mph. They can easily capsize a ship or bump off an airplane. The NOAA declared that this was the most reasonable and scientific explanation of the Bermuda Triangle effect.

Bad weather was all that there was to the mystery in the final analysis. It was a chaotic area of the Atlantic Ocean which is not known to be placid and calm like the Pacific Ocean.  

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