The Seven Wonders of the Natural World may have been named too quickly. Wonders like The Grand Canyon and Victoria Falls are certainly big, and anyone who sees them will surely be impressed—but sheer size isn’t enough to truly leave a person in awe.
There are other places in this world, though, that are far stranger. Places that seem almost alien, as if they could only exist on a planet that evolved separately from our own. These are places that scientists have had to struggle just to understand how they ever could have been formed. Places that will truly make you wonder—not just because they’re beautiful, but because they seem to follow scientific laws that don’t exist anywhere else on earth. Here are 10 Scientifically Impossible Places That Actually Exist
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So you have people that went to college for a decade and they just use dye and ping pong balls and none of them are smart enough to go "hey let's build a tiny boat with a camera and GPS on it" ?!!!!!?!?!?
and they make 100k a year?!?!
+JH_Monty Then they should say that part because ping pong balls and dye does not sound creditable or the best possible ways of figuring this out.. As someone said, "a camera on a long strong cord" is more creditable than ping pong balls
Kalachi was an accident with many questions, than the Kazakh government explained it as chemical insufficiency of oxygen. However there was a new sleeping weapon were examined nearpolygon, which is highly connected to regional deputies. This sort of man who spends their life sleeping on their chair.
The comments here are funny. YouTube comment arguments are always fun to read
They could probably drop a drone with a line, yes. If the line gets cut they lose the drone. We dont know how the water flows you'd be going in not even knowing if the drone will fit or your line is big enough.
Sending a diver is dangerous. What happens if they reach a point to small to pass or get stuck. They'd have to take responsibility. Again, you don't know how the water flows. A whirlpool will kill even experienced divers
Gps, not likely to work. Namely because solid earth and signal interface if the water goes far/deep enough. Sure a few hundred feet you might be good. But what about a mile drop? (As for these comments that are like GPS without satellites, it depends. You can use wifi to do approximate positioning via signal strength of the receiver(s) closest to you.)
To get the most accurate reading you'd probably need some mix of ground-based and water-based acoustic detection system. I.E. Sonar and whatever the ground based one is called.
Problem there : sonar and rivers don't work well. Rushing water would dilute the image because, unlike the ocean, sound wouldnt travel in fully predictable waves to and from the reader device.
I forget what its called, but there are ways to use sound to map out caverns. But that also requires digging holes and really expensive equipment, I believe. Also likely clearing out the area above. Again, more expensive than worth the info.
Like someone said, there are probably ideas that would work... But to what degree of effort and cost would it take to do that and honestly, who the heck would front that bill/responsibility.
Also, these mars comments are HILARIOUS.
I think it would be easier for me to throw a rock with a camera over my neighbors house than to reach my hands down into the kitchen sink to figure out where the water goes.
There’s a place in North America that exists that breaks all laws of nature. People go there by the millions and don’t work, yet they eat, have shelter, some suggest they get free education and healthcare, even get drivers licenses ! What’s next , free cars ? The place is called the United States of America and legal taxpayers have little to say or they’re branded a racist. Indeed this is a strange place that actually exists !
I know the final answer comes down to money..... If the science community really wanted to explore this and find more below the surface; why not block the river where it forks and explore this hole like any other hole? If it could be done by the U.S. Army Corp at Niagara Falls (American Falls side) then surely this little thing shouldnt be a problem.
Scientifically impossible places that actually exist. Your title is the most retarded thing I have read today. If its scientifically impossible to exist than it wouldn't exist thus all these places do exist within the realm of science
I'm pretty sure the sounds in Mexico were found to be from under ground seismic activity and the rings in Namibia were from the plants themselves, growing a way to conserve and 'steal' water resources. Is that wrong?
There is no mystery about Devil's Kettle. The two streams merge just below the falls. The DNR measured the water flow above the falls and a few hundred feet below it. They were the same. The claims about dye and massive numbers of pingpong balls are bogus. They didn't happen.
A place can't be scientifically impossible. Science is a method of studying the natural world, not a fixed set of ideas. Anything that is part of the natural world is part of science. Just because scientists haven't found or are struggling to find an explanation for something doesn't mean it "defies science" or is "scientifically impossible".
If it's impossible, than it can't and won't exist by definition... the video's title is click-bait. At best you can say 'amazingly improbable places', but that's the best you can do if you want to be honest to your viewers.
aw stupid dumb misleading thumbnails!!! i wanted to see the crack in the ocean, ugh >_< hate when people do this x/ earns u a dislike for doing that. that's not cool.
the other stuff was nice but the "this lake is super contaminated by radioactive waste" was not at all "impossible", explanation was right in the video. that wasn't amazing, it was just sad. humans are stupid things.
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As a child, there was a portrait in our family home in Paris that I always loved. Today, it’s known as Maya with Doll – but to me it was just a portrait of my mother, albeit a remarkable one. “Your grandfather was a painter,” she would say, whenever the subject of the canvas, one of many that hung around the house, came up in discussion. It was only when I began school, and whispers about my heritage started to follow me, that I realised what an understatement that was. My grandfather was far more than a painter. He was the defining figure of 20th-century art – and, as I would learn later from years of academic study, a true genius. It was a revelation that would shape the course of my life in many ways. When Picasso died – in 1973, the year before I was born – he left behind 45,000 works, not to mention personal objects and correspondence.