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THE BERMUDA TRIANGLE THEORY OF AN UNSTABLE UPPER LAYER
By Sam Chuang
(Copyright 2015, Sam Chuang – All Rights Reserved)
Bermuda triangle is the mystery of human world, always attracting brilliant brain towards it. In this research article we will provide reliable explanation to the mystery.
We found that the upper layer of Bermuda triangle is highly unstable. This upper layer of the Bermuda Triangle keeps fluctuating, moving up and down, and because of that instability in tidal motion and currents things sink deeper and can sliip more easily under the water.
This instability of the upper layer can be attributed attributed to following reasons:
a) The open-mouth cylindrical shape of Bermuda Triangle as deep as the core of Earth.
b) The open-mouth cylindrical shape of Bermuda Triangle having source of water heating or volcano at the depth.
The cylindrical shape of Bermuda Triangle prevents sidespread of low density water, leads to restriction of the effect only to Bermuda Triangle.
As we move down in Bermuda Triangles there will be decrease in the water density either because of higher temperature or zero gravity at core of the earth or both. Due to low density this water keep exchanging with the upper layer finally leads to constant up and down motion of water from upper to lower layer or vice versa. All this contribute to unstable upper layer leads to sinking of water ships and their disintegration.
The Bermuda Triangle. Courtesy: steelkaleidoscopes.typepad.com
Finally, it has been theorized that the “gas and water exchange effect” leads to absorbance of air, present around the upper unstable environment that then creates a suction pressure over the surface of the eBermuda Triangle, so that when any plane flying over certain regions of the Bermuda Triangle will stall in the rarified atmosphere, and losing effective control will sink into “The Devil’s Ttriangle.”
December 3, 2015
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