MYSTERY OF THE BERMUDA TRIANGLE
THE mysteries of the Bermuda Triangle might be finally explained with the 100ft ‘rogue’ waves theory, but the myth of its seas will survive forever. But how did all the tales and legends begin?
It was all started, then later perpetuated, by journalists and writers, though many details recorded are based on fact.
Its abnormalities were first noted in 1950 by Edward Jones, writing for the Miami Herald, before it gained notoriety in 1952 when George Sand wrote in Fate magazine about certain incidents occurred in the zone.
One of the more famous examples was that of Flight-19, a training flight of five torpedo bomber planes. All five of the aircraft vanished during a training session in 1945.
Following this, many disappearances of planes or ships were reported and the mystery continued growing. Ever since, researchers and scientists have come up with an array of theories to explain the mystery disappearances.
This theory blames gas trapped under the sea floor for the scores of plane and ship disappearances. This, the claim goes, can erupt, lower the water density and cause ships to sink like a rock. Even planes flying over it, could catch fire and get completelydestroyed, researchers said.
This is the name coined for what is essentially a storm. The ‘electronic fog’ would appear from nowhere and would engulf a plane or a ship by causing all instruments’ malfunction, so the ship or aircraft would vanish with no trace.
Hexagonal Cloud and Air Bombs
Another theory of the Bermuda Triangle disappearances involves strange cluds and 45-feet waves. Meteorologists have discovered strange hexagonal clouds that are capable of blasting winds to the ocean below at huge speeds. These wind storms on the ocean would create waves as high as 45-feet, decimating ships and planes caught in it.