Scientists reach close to solving Bermuda Triangle deadly mystery

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Scientists reach close to solving Bermuda Triangle deadly mystery
LONDON: A group of scientists from Arctic university of Norway claimed that they have solved the deadly mystery of Bermuda triangle which swallows ships and aeroplanes.

 

They claimed that giant methane bubbles swallow the object and these bubbles could be 3,280 feet in diameter and over 130 feet in depth.

 

They claimed that when these bubbles blowouts the objects sink due to their explosion gas.

 

As per a report published in The Daily Mail, “the discovery could also possibly explain the loss of ships and aircraft in the controversial area referred to as Bermuda triangle.”

 

Bermuda triangle comprises an area  of approx. 440,000 miles and this name was derived from the article entitled ‘the Deadly Bermuda Triangle’ by Vincent Gaddis in 1964.

 

A large number of people all over the world refuse the methane bubbles theory.

 

US navy claimed that Bermuda Triangle does not exist its just a hype.