Where Gravity Doesn’t Seem to Exist

Today in this article we are going to share some information about some mysterious places in world where law of gravity totally fails. What is Gravity? As we all know that Gravity is a natural phenomenon by which all things with mass are brought toward one another.

In simple words an object always falls towards center of the earth. Gravity is the force by which a planet or other body draws objects toward its center. The force of gravity keeps all of the planets in orbit around the sun. Gravity is very important to us. Because of this law we all stick with earth. It holds down our atmosphere and the air we need to breath. Gravity is what holds our world together. But in this world there are some places where law of Gravity does not work.

 Mystery Spot, California: –

In this place visitors experience demonstrations that appear to defy gravity, on the short but steep uphill walk and inside a wooden building on the site. It is near Santa Cruz, California. It is a famous tourist spot. Law of gravity and physics seem to disappear as balls roll uphill and people lean over past their toes without tumbling over. The Mystery Spot was first discovered by George Prather in 1939. People know this place as “gravity box” or “tilted house“.

Spook Hills, Florida: –

It is known as Gravity Hill. It is an optical illusion where cars appear to roll up the spooky hill. These hills are located nearby Lake WalesFlorida. Locals believed that there is an existence of a ghost who does all this. But scientific fact is totally point towards the failure of Law of Gravity here.

Hoover Dam, Florida: –

Hoover Dam is located near Lake WalesFlorida. It shares the border between the US states of Nevada and Arizona. It is an attractive place for tourists because if we throw anything down from the dam it comes upward. In this place some believed that law of gravity fails, but according to some scientists the construction of Dam creates this illusion. The structure of the dam creates an upward draft that makes water actually defy gravity. Instead of traveling downwards, it is carried upwards by the wind.

Oregon Vortex, United States: –

It is one of the oldest and most popular gravity hills in United State of America. It is a roadside attraction located in Gold Hill, Oregon (US). This place is sounded by a whirlpool of swirling gravitational forces. A Gold Assay Office was built in the area in 1904, which slid from its foundation and created an odd angle. Odd angles seem to create an illusion of objects seemingly rolling uphill. Oregon Vortex is also famous for “height change” as the apparent relative height of two people varies, depending on where each stands.

Magnetic Hills, India: –

Magnetic Hills in India are located in Leh Ladakh, (J&K).  These hills are known as Gravity Hillsalso. 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. Cars roll uphill at a speed of 20km/h.

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