Scientists found an explanation for the Bermuda’s Triangle
June 4, 2011
Apparently U.S. scientists found an explanation for shipwrecks and plane crashes at the site.
Much has been spoken about paranormal activities, sea monsters, UFOs and other explanations for unexplained phenomena. Those had been explanations among the mystery of disappearance of ships and planes in the Bermuda Triangle.
According to scientists in the area there are not aliens or anything unusual, just a lot of methane hydrates that come to the surface and cause instability.
The experts said that these banks of gas come from volcanic sites where bubbles are generated in an enormous way and grow geometrically while gaining altitude. For this reason the ship are captured by the balloon gas and immediately loses buoyancy and sinks.
The mystery began after a group of planes with 14 men aboard disappeared in December 1945. One of the pilots went on to say in the black box “we are entering white water, nothing seems to be right”.
However, in recent years, researchers have argued that the number of ships and aircraft lost in the area was statistically irrelevant, when compared with other parts of the ocean.