Also known as "Devil's Triangle," this area of ​​the Atlantic Ocean has sparked the imagination of writers and screenwriters. Over time, more planes and boats disappeared without a trace in this area located between Bermuda, Puerto Rico, and Fort Lauderdale. Were these simple accidents or paranormal phenomena?

Explanation ofmysterious disappearances in the Bermuda Triangle?

A team of researchers from Russia claim they have deciphered the mystery of these disappearances in the Bermuda Triangle, according to the Huffington Post. They say the disappearances are caused by a geophysical phenomenon, the same phenomenon from the origin of the gigantic craters that suddenly appeared in Siberia over the summer.

Experts believe that in the seabed of the Bermuda Triangle there are large pockets of methane gas that can burst violently. The gases triggered by these methane gas bags go up to the ocean surface and make the boats passing through the area unable to float. When these gases reach the atmosphere, they can cause loss of carrying capacity for the aircrafts flying through this area and so the airplanes can crash.

Scientific explanation?

The scientist Igor Ielţov claimed for The Siberian Times newspaper that the phenomenon called "Bermuda Triangle" is an effect of hydrant gas reactions. The gas hydrants decompose and the methane ice becomes gas. This reaction occurs very fast , thereby it releases a huge volumes of gas.

Thus, the ocean's water gets to look like it's boiling and the boats can't float, so they sink. This phenomenon also causes the supersaturation with methane of certain portions of the atmosphere. This causes severe turbulence and causes planes passing through the area to crash, as Ieltov explained.

These hydrants are frozen mixtures of natural gas, especially methane.

Such mixtures are also found in some regions of Siberia. Three giant craters have appeared in recent years in the Siberian peninsulas of Taimir and Yamal due to the release of such gas.

Vladimir Potapov, (Ielţov's colleague) also said that the main element of their theory to explain the crater from Yamal is the gas release of these hydrants. He added that such hydrants exist both in the depth layer and in the surface layers of the earth, and they explode during the summer.