Researcher wants mystery of Bermuda Triangle solved

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In the past century, more than 50 ships and 20 planes disappeared in the so-called Bermuda Triangle. An Australian researcher claims to have found the solution. But – spoiler alert – it has nothing to do with conspiracy theories.

The Australian scientist Karl Kruszelnicki and the U.S. weather agency NOAA do not believe in the supernatural reputation of the area between Florida, Bermuda, and the Greater Antilles. Both argue probabilities.

NOAA stated back in 2010 that there is “no evidence that mysterious disappearances occur more frequently in the Bermuda Triangle than in other busy areas of the ocean.” Kruszelnicki said the sheer traffic volume shows that “the number of ships and aircraft lost in the Bermuda Triangle is the same as anywhere else in the world, percentage-wise.”

According to the NAOO, this is compounded by the fact that navigation in the area is difficult. It said there are violent weather swings and evidence that magnetic compasses point to the “true” North Pole rather than the wandering magnetic North Pole. He said there are also many islands and shallow water in the area, which can be treacherous for ships.

“Numbers don’t lie.”
Kruszelnicki has been clarifying for years that nothing supernatural occurs in the Bermuda Triangle. In interviews from 2017, 2022, or 2023, he always gives the same reason: “The numbers don’t lie.”

Kruszelnicki also explains sensational cases like “Flight 19”, in which 5 U.S. Navy torpedo bombers disappeared off the east coast of Florida in 1945, with a combination of bad weather and human error. The explanation, however, is less spectacular than conspiracy theories about sea monsters, aliens, or Atlantis.

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