Scientists Have Finally "Unraveled" The Enigma Of Bermuda Triangle Disappearances

After mystifying scientists for an extended period, a breakthrough may have finally come in unraveling the enigma of the Bermuda Triangle's disappearances. A dedicated researcher asserts that geological evidence has provided the key to cracking this mystery, unveiling a potential explanation that may be even more unsettling than previous hypotheses.

After remaining veiled in mystery for many decades, a scientist now asserts to have "unraveled" the perplexing string of vanishing incidents within the Bermuda Triangle.


Spoiler alert: Extraterrestrials are not implicated.

Encompassing an area of 500,000 square kilometers in the North Atlantic Ocean, this zone has frequently been linked to the vanishing of countless aircraft and the submergence of hundreds of vessels.

From 1945 to 2017, there were approximately ten documented cases of aircraft disappearing within this area.


Over the vast period spanning from 1800 to 2015, which constitutes a considerable timeframe, there have been approximately fourteen reported maritime incidents characterized by the mysterious disappearance of numerous individuals aboard different vessels.

Despite the multitude of theories that have surfaced over the years, the genuine cause has remained evasive.

Although some conspiracy theorists often attribute supernatural forces as a possible explanation, it seems that the documentary "Secrets of the Bermuda Triangle" by Channel 5 may at last offer the long-sought explanations.


Regarding the documentary, Nick Hutchings, a mineral prospector, shared his thoughts.

"In reference to Bermuda, we're essentially looking at a submerged mountain, an underwater volcano, to be precise. About 30 million years ago, it existed above the ocean's surface."

"It has now eroded away and we're left with the top of a volcano."

"We have a few core samples, which have magnetite in them. It's the most magnetic naturally occurring material on Earth."


Following this, Hutchings proceeded to conduct an experiment that involved a rock sample and a compass.


Upon placing the rock on a flat surface, the compass was moved over it, causing the needle to exhibit notably erratic behavior.

This phenomenon is not ascribable to supernatural forces; instead, it arises from the presence of magnetite in the rocks, which disrupts the functioning of the compass.

"You can just imagine the ancient mariners sailing past Bermuda. It would be very disconcerting," Hutchings explained.


Essentially, the explanation is simple: people became disoriented and lost their bearings.


Nonetheless, for those who remain skeptical of his explanation, there exists an alternative theory.

A filmmaker and YouTuber by the name of Harris has put forth a significantly simpler interpretation.

Utilizing the video-sharing platform as a medium, he expanded upon the need for an evidence-based approach when dealing with the mysterious region.

He said: "Humans have developed an amazing tool for seeing reality... we can collect hundreds, thousands or hundreds of thousands of observations about the world and they don't have to fit in our brains all at once because we can record them over time."


"If you did that you would see that of the tens of thousands of recorded accidents or casualties at sea recorded over the course of 20 years, there wasn't anything out of the ordinary here," he explained.

Following this, Harris boldly arrives at the conclusion that the area is, in reality, free of danger, basing this assessment on the rarity of incidents over a prolonged period.

So, that's the explanation, unless you're still inclined to point fingers at extraterrestrial involvement.