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Bermuda Triangle Mystery Truly SolvedMohamed Alkeilani for Salem-News.com
Mohamed's article is a response to How Brilliant Computer Scientists Solved the Bermuda Triangle Mystery, by Salem-News.com and Helium.com writer Terrence Aym.
(BENGHAZI, Libya) - First I believe that the methane theory is correct as we know it to be, for a long time now. What is missing in that theory is an explanation for electrical and magnetic disturbances.
When we think of large methane bubbles moving upwards to the surface at a free rise speed, we have to remember that these bubbles would drag with them the ocean salty water generating loops and spirals.
Some of the bubbles may never make it to the surface but still they generate a lot of disturbances underneath.
It has been established by several scientists and researchers that the moving ocean currents cause variations in electromagnetic fields. Some have gone to the extent that Earth's magnetic field is caused by these ocean currents.
So what this means is that when the methane bubbles rise they cause a lot of commotion in the salty ocean water, and this commotion in turn produces many variations in the electromagnetic fields in the area.
These variations will not last long enough to be registered by satellites or other measuring equipments.
They will die as soon as the ocean waters stabilize.
But if a ship or a plane is moving in that area at that time then not only the compasses would be affected, but some electronic equipment may be destroyed if the variations are large enough.That includes radio and gps equipment.
With this explanation I hope to have solved the Bermuda triangle mystery.
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Mohamed Khaled Alkeilani is an electronics engineer and a private researcher. He is also a graduate of the university of California Davis, currently residing in Benghazi Libya.
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