5 Places On Earth Where Gravity Doesn’t Seem To Work (5 Pics)
The inverted watefall
Whenever we hear the word waterfall, we think of water flowing down from a mountain or a certain height in the middle of a forest. But there is a reason why the word “inverted” is associated with this unique waterfall.
This waterfall, situated in the Republic of Chile, flows in the opposite direction (upwards). You would say that this thing is inexplicable and some people would say that it’s magic. In reality, physics can logically explain all this.
The thing which forces the water to flow in the upward direction is the strong gusts of wind. However, this water is not the only one of this kind. The same sort of waterfalls was witnessed in India and Australia several years back.
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