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Interesting concept.

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  • daemon

    daemon 3 years, 1 month ago

    I think these "scientists" theories are about as sound as the Daily Mail's proofreading.

    "The winds created by the so-called air bombs are so powerful they generate 45ft high winds." Waves, possibly?

    I do see clouds that someone crudely superimposed some red hexagons on, but was hoping to find some actual data to back up these claims of "air bombs".

    http://www.popularmechanics.com/science/environment/a23507/bermuda-triangle-clouds/

    "Still, while these clouds are cool and weird, they're unlikely to be the big Bermuda Triangle explanation that lots of people have been searching for. [Update: Cerveny now tells USA Today that the Science Channel special took him out of context. ""They made it appear as if I was making a big breakthrough or something. Sadly [that's] not the case."]"

    This looks to be more of a speculative question being formed into an incoherent argument with no actual data to back the claim, as most such articles about unexplained phenomenon and conspiracies nominally are.

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    • Razorback

      Razorback 3 years, 1 month ago

      Like you, I was disappointed when i first read it. I was really hoping for something more scientific but also held out hopes that it was actually aliens. Until they prove otherwise, aliens will always be my top choice.

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    • domestique34

      domestique34 3 years, 1 month ago

      As I read it, I felt like I was proofreading a junior higher's last minute, grasping attempt at a science project he/she completely forgot about, racing the night before it's due to come up with SOMETHING.

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