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After a large number of unexplained departures over the past century, this indicates that the Bermuda Triangle mystery has finally been solved.
According to a current finding, the killer’ clouds that are ‘ are those answerable for sinking a lot of and downing a lot of planes ships in this area that is infamous.
Hexagonal clouds, which prevail in the Bermuda Triangle, create fierce winds that reach 270 km/h, known as air bombs, as found by researchers. These air bombs are thought to be so powerful that they sink ships and can take airplanes down.
Images from a NASA satellite was used to ascertain the size of these clouds, a few of which are 20 to 55 miles across.
Most of that time period, clouds are random within their distribution.”
Using satellite radars to measure what’s going on under the clouds, scientists found that sea winds can reach speeds of almost 270 km/h, which equals the rate of Hurricane Katrina.
The discovery has eventually put an end to most of the theories concerning the Bermuda Triangle – one of the very mysterious areas on earth.
(15:44) Tue, 23 May 17
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However, some experts
have disputed the
meteorologists claims.
NBC’s Kevin Corriveau
said: "When I look at a
hexagonal cloud shape in
the Bahamas, this is not
the cloud signature of
what a microburst looks
like.
"You would normally have
one large to extremely
large thunderstorm that
wouldn't have an opening
in the middle."
(18:22) Tue, 23 May 17
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Quote: str.jvd: Tnx for sharing with us dEar

Your welcome sweety
(18:22) Tue, 23 May 17
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Tnx for sharing with us dEar
(18:03) Tue, 23 May 17
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Quote: bad-apple: This is still a theory..hence it needs more proof..there are countless arguments explaining Bermuda triangle but none have proven to be satisfactory till date.

Maybe your right.
(18:02) Tue, 23 May 17
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This is still a theory..hence it needs more proof..there are countless arguments explaining Bermuda triangle but none have proven to be satisfactory till date.
(17:34) Tue, 23 May 17