For those who think it might be a "Overflow" , I would remind you, this is a flood. In the beginning of the video he points the camera to the main channel of what appears to be a river. I doubt this is a reservoir overflow. Besides, most of them are marked in some fashion as a warning.
Originally posted by ALLDRAFT
reply to post by GoldenRuled
That is really freaky but I would love to know where it all ends up.
It is not so unimaginable that the LHC could produce “mini” blackholes, but these are not anything like the popular conceptions of a black hole, fueled by often highly inaccurate movies and over-anxious imaginations. The “mini” black holes that the LHC could produce — although still unlikely — would be microscopic at best, and unstable, which in this case just means that the could last only a tiny fraction of a second at most. Any that are produced — and again this is unlikely in the first place — will “evaporate” long before they would have any chance of pulling in any other matter. In any event, their mass would be far too small to produce enough gravity to pull in matter even as large as a microbe.
Originally posted by rival
This is Der Ruegun Fluess Diavo Margarite, or "The Devil's Salted Margarita" in Boorshwaggein
It is a naturally occurring cavern over 60,000 miles deep connected directly to the river Styx. Locals
say that during the winter flood season ice and water is dragged down, and during the dry season
supplemental animal salt licks and indigenous cactus plants are sucked in.
It is rumored that Satan himself has been seen coming out of the hole late at night on
All Hallow's Eve in search of limes...
Originally posted by bluloa
Is it me or are more and more sinkholes appearing?
I'd love to know where it all ends up.
Hope it isn't linked to CERN and mini blackholes!!
Originally posted by GoldenRuled
reply to post by whatnext21
The video was uploaded on the 18th. And I seen a History Channel documentary on that link. The hole in that lake bed grew as fast as the water disappeared. It looked to me like the whirlpool grew slightly. The power it took to cube that ice to small enough debris at the rate it did to go thru whatever hole it was going thru I'm having trouble imagining. You could see it literally everything being forcefully grabbed, drug under, destroyed and then vanish. Incredible is all I can say. Its almost mesmerizing.