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The Mystery Behind The Bermuda Triangle May Have Finally Been Cracked By Scientists

The riddle of the Bermuda Triangle, a location where hundreds of planes and ships are claimed to have vanished in mysterious circumstances, may have finally been solved, according to a Science Channel show.

A group of American scientists from the University of Colorado examined satellite weather photographs of this infamous region and discovered a series of unique hexagonal clouds. Theoretically, these clouds could operate as true "air bombs," according to meteorologists.

They are thought to be the primary source of the lethal air blasts, which can easily exceed 170 miles per hour. These hurricane-force winds literally "blow up" the air and can produce 45-foot-high waves.

No ship can resist such a storm, and no airplane can withstand such a wind.

Clouds aren't known for having straight edges. The Bermuda Triangle, however, appears to be an exception to this norm, based on satellite photographs. The publication of this notion has sparked a flurry of new study. Scientists from all across the world are attempting to determine the causes of such anomalies.

The Bermuda Triangle, as you may know, is a huge stretch of the Atlantic Ocean located between Florida, Puerto Rico, and Bermuda. This area is known for its strange occurrences. Five American torpedo bombers and a plane sent out to find them vanished without a trace in 1945, according to reports. Since then, another 75 planes and hundreds of ships have been lost. The most recent catastrophe occurred in 2015, when the cargo ship "El Faro" went missing in this area.

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