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'Killer waves' are most certainly not the main cause of shipwrecks. The majority of ships are wrecked due to running aground.Sailors recognize the depth of the sea from maps, this is not a big problem.
1. The title of the topic is the Bermuda Triangle, I wrote to attract the attention of the public.I do not say that the Bermuda Triangle is a special zone.It gets 28 mentions on this page as well as being the title of the thread.
That's "saying it is special".The height of the killer wave can be calculated by the following formula: H = T1 • T2,You also need to learn about dimensional analysis. That way you would know that the equation is wrong, before you posted it.
where T is the kinetic energy of the tidal wave.
I had heard that convulsive releases of gas from subsea reservoirs, such as methane clathrates, might be one cause of vessel loss in that geography. Or am I mistaken?The hypothesis that methane that emerges from the earth's surface sharply reduces the density of water and the ship falls into the formed funnel does not stand up to criticism, because
OK, Let's try againPlease read the article carefully, I do not say that the Bermuda Triangle is a special zone.
THE BERMUDA TRIANGLE DOES NOT EXIST. IT IS A MYTH. YOU DO NOT NEED TO "EXPLAIN" IT.
Any claim to explain it is necessarily wrong.
A “lunar tidal wave”, moving from the Indian Ocean from east to west, crashing into the eastern coast of Madagascar creates tides 1.5 meters high and abnormally high tides 7 meters high, for some reason they form in the west of Madagascar. Wikipedia explains this discrepancy by the reflection of waves and the fact that the Coriolis force does its job.To predict the tides, you need information, a map, the current velocity, the depth of the coast.
And the real reason for this discrepancy is the giant cycle, rotating around the island of Madagascar at a speed of up to 9 km / h, precessing, reflecting the tidal wave towards the western coast of Madagascar.
Map of the height of the tides. https://images.app.goo.gl/hmc3gKegiLjYmeoT9
And the most important question is why in the season of abnormally high tides in the Bay of Fundy, in other bays of the Northern Hemisphere, the amplitude of the tides does not increase?Who will be able to answer this question.