Anti Gravity Earth

Top Facts About Places on Earth Where Gravity Doesn’t Work

We all are familiar with situations that are mysterious, but most of them have scientific explanation. Today, in this fact we are going to share with you some of the most mysterious anti-gravity places on Earth, that still lack proper proof behind it. So, lets start our journey.

1. Reverse Waterfall

You heard it right. There is a mysterious reverse waterfall known as Kavlesad waterfall located in Sinhgad Fort, Pune of Maharashtra, India. This waterfall due to mysterious and unknown facts, moves towards sky instead of falling down. People tell generally, it is caused by some anti-gravity force that opposes the flow of water from falling down. However, some scientist predicts that it is caused by heavy wind pressure.

2. Magnetic Hill

Magnet Hill is a “gravity hill” located near Leh in Ladakh, India. The layout of the area and surrounding slopes creates an optical illusion that the downhill road is actually an uphill road. Objects and cars on the hill may appear to roll “uphill” in defiance of gravity when they are, in fact, rolling downhill.

The other two such magnetic hills are in Gujarat. One is near Bhuj and other at Tulsi Shyam.

3. St. Ignace Mystery Spot

Located in Michigan, the St. Ignace is an anti-gravity spot. According to the legend, in the early 1950s surveyors noticed that their equipment wasn’t working properly while on the job. The strangest part was that their tools worked just fine outside of an area 300 feet in diameter. The theory is that the Earth’s magnetic field in this spot is either so strong (or weak), it points all instruments to the East.

4. Hanging Pillar Temple

Veerabhadra temple in Andhra Pradesh is famed for another engineering wonder. Among the 70 stone pillars, there is one that hangs from the ceiling. The base of the pillar barely touches the ground and is possible to pass objects such as a thin sheet of paper or a piece of cloth from one side to the other. It is said that the pillar is a bit dislodged from its original position when a British engineer tried to move it in an unsuccessful attempt to uncover the secret of its support.

It is believed that the pillars of this temple are hanging in the air, without any support. Scientist are still curious to know the reason for this anti-gravity phenomenon, but are unsuccessful to provide a valid clue to it.

5. Oregon Vortex Forest

The Oregon Vortex is a spherical field of force, half above the ground and half below the ground. As another person, on a level platform, recedes from you towards magnetic south, they appear taller. When they approach you, coming towards magnetic north, they become shorter. This is a gravity tuning phenomenon which exists in few places of Earth only such as Oregon Vortex Forest in USA.

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