A bunch of scientists might have finally found a solution to the mystery surrounding the Bermuda Triangle disappearances and supernatural-like occurrences.
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The Bermuda Triangle is something many sailors have dreaded for decades and the reason why so many researchers, scientists and conspiracy theory supporters have been busting their heads while trying to solve the mystery surrounding the area. And now it seems like they’re closer than ever to finding the answers.
And the answers are simple – underwater craters. Before you start making any assumptions – these craters are actually located far from the Bermuda Triangle’s waters – they were found all the way around the coasts of Norway. So, how is it possible that a bunch of underwater craters located so far away from the Bermuda Triangle be responsible for the mysterious disappearances? Well, the scientists, who are working for the Arctic University in Tromso, Norway, ruled out that the massive craters are responsible for creating tons of methane gas being released under the water’s surface. The craters are supposedly about a mile wide in diameter and they are located around 150 feet under the water. They are created by the process of the building up and the popping of methane gas. These underwater explosions can create powerful water ripples that are so mighty they could affect even gigantic ships. The scientists’ theory is that these Norwegian craters are the reason why ships are disappearing, as the enormous methane gas blowouts could be sinking ships.
In order for this theory to be considered as something more than just another Bermuda Triangle theory, the scientists need to carry out further research into the craters and the effect the methane gas explosions could have in the Bermuda Triangle area. Their further findings are expected to be made public in the following months.
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