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Bermuda Triangle Mystery Finally Resolved

Written by Igor K

It appears that scientists have finally eliminated conspiracy theories surrounding the Bermuda Triangle mystery, otherwise known as Devil’s Triangle. Many different theories were proposed about unexplainable disappearance of hundreds if not even thousands of different vessels. Some people will be disappointed to hear that none of that involves aliens, Jules Verne’s Kraken monster, devil’s deeds and similar crap we heard over the course of 500 years. But I prefer the “aliens came and collect for all sorts of testing” one. That one cracks me up each time I hear it.


OK, let’s get serious here.

One particular finding in Barents Sea, off the coast of Norway, may shed the light on a Bermuda Triangle mystery. Giant underwater craters at the bottom of Barents Sea could offer a viable explanation to the disappearance of ships in the Bermuda Triangle.

Scientists have found craters up to half a mile wide and 150ft deep, believed to have been caused by build-ups of methane off the coast of natural gas-rich Norway.

The methane would have leaked from deposits of natural gas further below the surface and created cavities, which finally bursts, scientists told DailyMail

Multiple giant craters exist on the sea floor in an area in the west-central Barents Sea … and are probably a cause of enormous blowouts of gas,” researchers from the Arctic University of Norway told the Sunday Times. “The crater area is likely to represent one of the largest hotspots for shallow marine methane release in the Arctic. The explosions causing the craters to open up could potentially pose risks to vessels travelling on Barents Sea,” scientists say.

Well…there you go. No freakin’ aliens anywhere. It’s just the common fart gas, only this time, the Earth is farting and it appears that no matter how much beans you eat, when Earth farts, ships disappear.

According to Russian scientist Igor Yeltsov, the deputy head of the Trofimuk Institute, Bermuda Triangle, area that stretches from the British Overseas Territory in the North Atlantic Ocean to the Florida coast, to Puerto Rico is most likely the consequence of gas hydrates reactions. “They (chemicals) start to actively decompose with methane ice turning into gas. It happens in an avalanche-like way, like a nuclear reaction, producing huge amounts of gas,” claims Yeltsov and continues, “That makes the ocean heat up and ships sink in its waters mixed with a huge proportion of gas.”

In other words, gas and heat decrease the optimal density of the sea, eliminating the upthrust effect.

It all happens rather fast and without any warning. When critical level in underwater gas chamber is reached, massive explosion occurs, blasting the water away from the spreading gases. Ship that finds itself in the area affected with the reaction will inevitable sink and every member of the crew will end up dead from suffocation and drowning.

This could explain the sightings of airplane pilots reporting how color of the sky changed into something they never saw before. Immediately after the sighting, their navigational instruments would go wild.


Now I know that “done-by-aliens” guys will make up all sorts of theories to ban this explanation just to continue believing in their theory and to avoid mocking. But fellows, ask yourself this:

Given the position of the Bermuda Triangle and advanced imaging capabilities we now have, shouldn’t at least one photo (satellite or telescope) exist to this day? I’m willing to bet that on one of those islands somebody fixed the powerful telescope, equipped with the high-speed camera, IR and thermo-imaging and scans the area 24/7 like that dude on Loch Ness. The chances are that the telescope would catch the photo of mysterious beam, pulling up or destroying (God only knows why) the ship(s).

Isn’t it plausible that methane gas wreaks havoc in all Devil’s Triangles we have on this planet rather than an alien ship? I doubt that someone would travel millions of light years just to snatch the giant floating piece of iron. Who knows, maybe they need it for something…



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Igor K

Former detective, now entrepreneur with the passion for applied investigative journalism, profiling, personal development and business analyses.