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Scientists Claim They’ve Solved The Bermuda Triangle Mystery

Mac Slavo
August 2nd, 2018
SHTFplan.com
Comments (53)
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Have scientists finally solved the mystery of the Bermuda triangle?  The infamous body of water in the western part of the North Atlantic Ocean stretches 270,271 square miles between Florida, Bermuda, and Puerto-Rico.

The Bermuda Triangle has been the source of many strange occurrences and mysteries involving both aircraft and boats. It is also known as the Devil’s Triangle and the area features multiple shipping lanes and has claimed over 1,000 lives in the last 100 years. But scientists think they have finally figured out why this continues to happen.

According to Fox News, experts at the University of Southampton believe the mystery can be explained by a natural phenomenon known as “rogue waves.” Appearing on a Channel 5 documentary “The Bermuda Triangle Enigma,” the scientists used indoor simulators to re-create the monster water surges. These waves, some of which measure 100 feet high, only last for a few minutes. They were first observed by satellites in 1997 off the coast of South Africa and are often seen as the source of so many lost ships.

The research team built a model of the USS Cyclops, a huge vessel which went missing in the triangle in 1918 claiming 300 lives and used it in their indoors simulator. Because of its sheer size and flat base, it did not take long before the model is overcome with water during the simulation, according to Fox News

Dr. Simon Boxall, an ocean and earth scientist, claims that the Bermuda Triangle area in the Atlantic can see three massive storms coming together from different directions, making the perfect conditions for a rogue wave. Such a massive surge in water could snap a boat, such as the USS Cyclops, into two pieces, said Boxall.  “There are storms to the south and north, which come together.  And if there are additional ones from Florida, it can be a potentially deadly formation of rogue waves,” Boxall added.

“They [the rogue waves] are steep, they are high – we’ve measured waves in excess of 30 meters (98 feet),” said Boxall.

 

 

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  1. Rorinon says:

    So how does this explain multiple aircraft disappearances in the Triangle?

  2. Oldiron says:

    And the planes flow into 100ft waves?

  3. watching and waiting says:

    So, three massive storms coming together from different directions and create the conditions for a rogue wave.

    So, three massive wind storms coming together from different directions can create the conditions for a rogue wind.

    Got it…

  4. The Burmuda tri-angle has unusual electrical-magnetic activity. In the sky, certain forces are necessary to keep a plane up. Changes in the magnetic sphere can interfere with mechanics. It is logical that the magnetic electric currents have an effect on ocean currents.

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  5. Grundy McPhereson says:

    This is bullish!t. Total guesswork on the part of the “experts”! A big wave may topple a boat, but not a plane in the air. Always these “experts” come up with scenarios which preclude anything out of the ordinary as explanation.

    Things are not as they seem. We are living an illusion. Stay safe.

  6. kay123 says:

    I saw that film also.
    Wasn’t it also because the depth
    was so deep there. They tried to
    explore the bottom, but the pressure
    and darkness prohibited.
    Didn’t China want to drill down
    six miles into the earth???
    Why not explore THAT crevice??
    Might find a Black Hole. 😜😋

  7. Horse'sass says:

    I was wondering if there were pockets of previously frozen, compressed methane gas that were released from underneath the ocean floor. As they bubbles ascend they rapidly expand causing local disturbance when they reach the surface. This might explain the seeming loss of powered aircraft as their engines injest methane gas instead of oxygen. The rogue wave theory does not explain loss of navigation in aircraft nor the loss of aircraft- only surface ships.

  8. Rick says:

    Rogue waves don’t explain why planes go down unless they are flying lower than a 100’.

  9. The scientists may have found only one part of the problem. If, in fact, there is a problem. The waves only affect the ships, not the aircraft. Operator error may be part of the problem for pilots. A lot of the aircraft that went missing were also from a period in history when reliability of equipment was a problem. Navigation errors were also a point to look into. There, I’ve solved the mystery of the Bermuda Triangle. Whee!

  10. Stuart says:

    “Scientists” have discovered a foolproof method to determine if there are sharks in the water using an ordinary tablespoon.

    Take the spoon and go down to the shoreline. You must be very close to the water. When the wave comes in scoop up a bit of the water and taste it. If it tastes salty, there are sharks in the water.
    Never fails.

  11. Justin says:

    so you’re saying its aliens?….

  12. aljamo says:

    Don’t know about the Bermuda Triangle incident causes but I read that the Titanic sinking was deliberate. Supposedly there were prominent people aboard who were against the Federal Reserve cabal establishing a private bank in the US and they were disposed of allowing its creation the following year.

  13. Fritz says:

    Pish tosh! It’s extraterrestrials. Everyone knows that.

  14. Unreconstructed Southron says:

    Doesn’t explain all the planes.

  15. The Deplorable Renegade says:

    Can we send all the libturds there? If anyone needs to disappear it’s them.

    • Sure.

      Thanks Brave for always sticking up for me. I’ld rather have a sincere friend who is a loyal pal around me when and if SHTF than someone who thinks he’s a genius because he has a little education. I never have cared much for mean people whether they are smart or dumb. You have a good heart no matter what you want to name yourself. Take care.

      _

  16. Oldiron says:

    This morning I asked how waves 100 ft high get planes

  17. Clint Oris says:

    A college professor solved this????? Bwah-ha-ha-ha-ha-Bwah-ha-ha-ha. Professing themselves to be wise, they show themselves as fools…Bwah-ha-ha-ha-ha-ha….Professor?….Bwah-ha-ha-ha-ha-ha-ha..Whew!

  18. Clint Oris says:

    The same stinkin’ imbeciles always posting..on everything….the same ninnies who will be the 1st to go if/when the SHTF…get a friggin’ life….doesn’t take long to get tired of these fossils.

  19. Sailing friend who’d traversed the area numerous times claimed to have witnessed massive lightning strikes upon the water there that were 50′ across, figured any such monster strike would likely obliterate any ship or plane struck.

  20. Trumpster says:

    When we practiced naval combat exercises we occasionally saw 5 mile circumference giant Oreos flying at Mach 20. I’ll call them Oreos as I’m sworn to secrecy. The Oreos would sometimes pace a plane or ship. In an instant all were disappeared. 👽

  21. Chunk says:

    Larry Kusche wrote way back in 1972,an excellent book titled, ‘The Bermuda Triangle Mystery – Solved’

    As is clearly detailed in the book, there is no ‘mystery’ in the Bermuda Triangle. Instead, it is a legend created out of inaccurate reporting, sensationalist articles, and exaggeration.

  22. Many years ago I read a book that said that the power of the pyramid extended out through the top (image an hourglass) in equal strengths to the inside, and that is why putting a pyramid structure under your bed helped to calm and heal you. It cited examples of razor blades sharpening themselves when properly placed in the queens chamber, yadda yadda. What if there’s a HUGE pyramid buried under the ocean floor?

  23. Anonymous says:

    Rogue waves, methane bubbles, old news.

  24. Beaumont says:

    Do soundwaves, coming from different directions, usually blend into some supernoise, and do they burst a drinking glass. Do they suddenly knock you over, maybe in an echo chamber?

    Is it possible to show me an example, in a glass of water?

    It’s not a satisfying explanation, for a fringe phenomenon.

    Why can’t boats and planes sink in the normal kind of storm, or fail on a long voyage, of the ordinary variety.

    Or, if you can physically show me something, out-of-the-ordinary, that would be interesting and cool. Demonstrate something objective.

    A flippant, light-of-Venus-through-the-swamp-gas explanation comes from the color of authority, so is technically an example of magical thinking. You have said something fanciful, so far as we can tell.

  25. Art Bell had this all figured out years ago. Aliens, crop circles, remote viewing, Bermuda Triangle…he had the answers.

    Let’s ask Art…whoops…can’t do that…he just died.

    RIP Art Bell the best host of Coast to Coast…AM radio at 2 in the morning.

  26. christoph Schwanzlutscher says:

    If my aunt had two, she would be called my uncle.

    I am so funny…+49 2102 4983-166

  27. Anonymous says:

    scientists are always looking for a way to remain relevant and to kick God Almighty away from the picture,whether anyone likes it or not God is always in the picture. Be it Bermuda triangle or something else.

  28. Goodluck wosu says:

    God has all answers to all humanitarian problems. so scientists please acknowledge the owner of world for all your scientific researches.

  29. Steadfast says:

    I’m waiting for the other two rogue theories to show up before I duck and cover….

  30. Mortimer Snerd says:

    The “rogue wave” hypothesis might work for ships which went down in bad weather, but it would not explain an entire squadron of jets which went down in clear weather.

    My father was scheduled to fly on the mission which disappeared toward the end of WW2 (1945 – flight 19). He called in sick that morning, and good thing he did or you wouldn’t be reading this.

    My father’s explanation didn’t involve any hocus-pocus. He said that, when the skies are clear blue and the sea is calm, human eyes are challenged to tell the difference between sea and sky. If the lead pilot isn’t carefully minding his altimeter and level gauge (forgive me for not being a pilot & knowing exact instrumentation names), then his plane and rapidly following his, all the rest of the planes could fly straight into the sea never to be seen again.

    The Navy maintains that it was stormy weather that day, but my father always maintained that it was clear blue and fair.

    • Anyone remember when the Blue Angels all flew into the ground together? They all line up on the lead aircraft and trust that pilot to fly the correct pattern. He didn’t. They all died. Sometimes pilots make mistakes. The Japanese have a saying, “Even monkeys fall from trees”. Even the best can fail. It happens.

  31. Gamer1T says:

    I thought they figured it years ago that it was huge gas being released under the ocean over there and could sinks ship’s. And even big jet planes if the pocket was big enough it will stall the engines

  32. Vonu says:

    A rouge wave tall enough to pluck aircraft out of the air?

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