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26/07/2022

'Bermuda Triangle mystery solved', claims in a Australian scientist.

'Bermuda Triangle mystery solved', claims in a Australian scientist.


An a Australian scientist has a dared to the declare in that the Bermuda Triangle enigma has been a 'solved' - by a asserting that there was a never a mystery in the first place, defying 70 years of  the fevered conjecture.

The disappearance of so many ships and planes in the area between Bermuda, Florida, and Puerto Rico, according to the Karl Kruszelnicki, to a fellow at the Sydney University, has a nothing to do with a aliens or a fire-crystals from in the lost city of  the Atlantis.

Instead, in the large number of the disappearances is a explained by a nothing more supernatural than plain old human in a error, bad weather, and in the fact that many planes and ships approach in that part of the Atlantic Ocean in the first place.

Bermuda Triangle (also known as in the 'Hoodoo Sea,' 'Devil's Triangle,' 'Limbo of the Lost,' and other names) cover to a wide, 700,000 square-kilometer (270,000 square-mile) expanse of  the ocean, but it is also a highly busy patch of  the sea.

According to the  Kruszelnicki, disappearances in the Bermuda Triangle are not uncommon because it is a bustling stretch of the  sea (he points to its proximity to the United States).

In a 2017, Kruszelnicki told news .com. a u: "It is a close to the Equator, near to a wealthy part of the world – America - therefore you have to a lot of the traffic.According to the  Lloyd’s of the London and the US Coastguard, in the number of the people that go missing in the Bermuda Triangle is the same as a anywhere in the world on a percentage in a  basis."

Kruszelnicki also a addressed Flight 19, in the most well-known of the triangle's disappearances.

Flight 19 was a five-plane flight that took off from Fort Lauder-dale, Florida, on a December 5, 1945, with a 14 crew members on a board.

The T B M Avenger torpedo bombers of the US Navy were on a two-hour normal training flight when they lost a communication with in the base. The planes vanished, along with their crews, and no debris was a ever discovered.

A   P B M-Mariner seaplane dispatched on a search-and-rescue mission to the  locate Flight 19 also a vanished, according to the  allegations, as did the 13 crew men onboard.

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