Scientists Claims: Solve the mystery of the Bermuda Triangle

Rare hexagons clouds forming in the sky of this area, clouds with wind gusts up to 243 kilometers per hour (70 mph)

A group of scientists, among which Dr. Steve Miller says have discovered what is the mystery of the Bermuda Triangle, an enigma that for many years has intrigued both ordinary men and men of science; aircraft pilots and sailors. Dr Steve Miller, a satellite meteorologist at Colorado State University, told in the Science Channel.

A video posted on the website of the TV channel Science Channel seems to solve the mystery of the area known as “The Bermuda Triangle “.

According to satellite meteorologist, reported disappearances of ships and aircraft right across this part of the world are due to ” aerial bombs “.

In principle, the definition of these ” bombs ” are rare hexagons clouds forming in the sky of this area, clouds with wind gusts up to 243 kilometers per hour (70 mph).

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At this speed, these “bombs” are capable of shooting down aircraft and ships. Therefore, these could be the answer to the mysterious disappearances in ” The Bermuda Triangle “.

To do this research satellite images captured were used. They clouds of between 32 and 80 kilometers wide recognized.

Meteorologist Dr. Randy Cerveny said the hexagonal shapes of the clouds are really strange:

“These types of hexagonal shapes in the ocean are essentially the ‘air pumps’. They consist of what is called microbursts and are air jets “.

According to the expert, they are as powerful as a hurricane.

Randall Cerveny is a professor at the School of Geographical Sciences and Urban Development at Arizona State University. His publications include: “The great mysteries of the world climatological, resolved.”

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The data:

For centuries the famous “Bermuda Triangle” has been linked to a number of unexplained disappearances of aircraft and ships.

Located between Miami, Puerto Rico and the island of Bermuda, it still puzzled researchers.

It got its name in 1953 by several writers who published articles about his alleged dangerousness; however, the United States Coast Guard does not consider it a dangerous area, because according to their statistics, no more disappearances than in other zones of equal traffic.
Here is the video published by Discovery Science Channel program What on Earth

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