The Bermuda Triangle, also known as the Devil’s Triangle, has had scientists puzzled for ages. Planes, boats, and submarines go in, and somehow they don’t come back out. There has been no official explanation for why aircrafts and watercrafts mysteriously disappear.However, there have been many theories of paranormal, extraterrestrial, and scientific theories.
Some paranormal theories on the Bermuda Triangles concern the ancient technologies of the mythical lost city of Atlantis. They think this because of the submerged Bimini Road connected to the Atlantis Tale, which by definition lies inside the Triangle.
On the other hand, there are theories of extraterrestrials abducting the unlucky who wander through the Triangle. Steven Spielberg used this idea for his 1977 film Close Encounters of The Third Kind.
Passing by the urban legend-like explanations, let’s get to the scientific explanation attempts. Some scientists say that compass variations have a lot to do with it. As you may know, a compass uses magnetic forces to tell direction. There may be a number of magnetic forces residing in the Triangle, which can cause a compass to change. This can result in the dreadful misdirection of traveling crafts with a set destination.
Another scientifically evident theory is the Gulf Stream. Scientists stated that it is like a river inside of an ocean, and is completely capable of dragging objects across it; it has the velocity of 2.5 meters per second. Boats with engine trouble and water-landing airplanes can possibly get lost because of this.
There are, of course, many more theories of the mysterious disappearances of air and sea craft, all with very interesting points, and yet we still don’t know which it is. Perhaps we will never know the truth.