EXPLAINED: why ships and planes disappear in the Bermuda Triangle

(ORDO NEWS) — Scientist Shane Sutter said that he knows the reason why ships and planes regularly disappear in the Bermuda Triangle without a trace.

To date, it is generally accepted that about 1000 people have disappeared in the Bermuda Triangle, and experts still cannot explain the reasons for what is happening. The area of ​​the ocean, which covers an area of ​​approximately 500,000 square kilometers, evokes only one association among people – the loss of ships and aircraft for no apparent reason.

The largest loss of all time can be called the disappearance of five torpedo bombers, who never arrived at their destination. They disappeared in the Bermuda Triangle back in 1945. The last recorded signal was given by 14 people who were onboard one of the torpedo bombers. They reported that their compasses suddenly stopped functioning. After some time, rescue operations were carried out. Then three planes disappeared, which could not be found.

Because of this situation, a variety of conspiracy theories and simply incredible assumptions began to appear. At the same time, Shane Sutterly says that ordinary records will help to understand the reasons for the disappearance of ships and planes.

Using the example of the disappearance of Charles Taylor, as well as five different planes, he tried to explain what the mystery of the Bermuda Triangle is. If you study the left records in detail, it becomes clear that in the dark, Taylor himself directed the plane in the wrong direction. It is worth noting that in the Pacific Ocean he had already been rescued twice before. In addition, the rest of the pilots, as it turned out, were trainees and were not well trained, so when a difficult situation arose, they could not find the right course of action.

The specialist also added specifically for the conspiracy theorists that not many more ships and aircraft disappeared in the Bermuda Triangle than in other parts of the ocean.


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