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Default Are Siberian Holes Answer to Mysterious Bermuda Triangle?

The discovery of several 'Siberian holes' in parts of Russia are apparently caused by gas explosions, and possibly could be the 'key' to the mysterious Bermuda Triangle, according to Scientists. The holes located at Taymyr Peninsula and the other two in Yamal are what the Siberians call as 'end of the world.' As these holes have been found, several allegations were also unearthed that these holes were products of missiles, alien invaders or even man- made hoax.

However, the truth still remained hidden into which these holes really came from. Trofimuk Institute of Petroleum-Gas Geology and Geophysics in Novosibirsk scientists believed that these mysterious Siberian holes were the outcome of some gas explosions underground, and it may also be the link to the Bermuda Triangle disappearances from a long time.

On July 16, Andrei Plekhanov, an archaeologist at the Scientific Centre of Arctic Studies in Salekhard, Russia, says that air normally contains just 0.000179% methane. His team concluded that it could be the result of the high temperature during summers of 2012 and 2013 bringing the permafrost to thaw and methane to form in the icy ground.

Other researchers also argue that global warming could be the cause for these craters. Since the craters were seen, some local reindeer herders also spotted smaller hole near the Siberian holes. As to where these holes originated were not yet confirmed, the scientists were alarmed that it could bring danger to the local industry and to the Siberians.

The Bermuda Triangle, also known as the 'Devil's Triangle,' lies on the stretch of the Atlantic Ocean bordering, Bermuda, the Greater Antilles and southern coast of the U.S. Since the mid-19th century, strange disappearances of aircraft and ships had been linked to the mysterious Bermuda Triangle.

With the emerging Siberian holes, it is speculated that it is already the answer to the mystery enveloping Bermuda. Could it be really the answer to the vanished vessels? As Whether the Bermuda Triangle really exists is still a big question.

Other scientists claimed that they were skeptical on linking the craters to Bermuda Triangle. They say, Bermuda disappearances had not been proven and no one knows whether it really exists.
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