11 Against the Laws of Physics

Against the Laws of Physics

Posted on September 9, 2012 by team

Strange things are happening in the Obluchensky district of the Jewish Autonomous Region of Russia (yeah there is one): the stream flows uphill breaking all the laws of physics! One of the locals has shot several videos to prove it.

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The road Obluchye - Khingansk keeps to amaze the locals. Unexplainable phenomena happen at some parts of the road. Here one has to forget about logic. A driver going up has to apply brakes, not gas, because a car starts to accelerate.

The stream is flowing up when it has to flow down.

On the slope the loaded car is going up!

They tried to check it with a ball but it was also going uphill...

People make a lot of various experiments, some of them are rather crazy.

Nobody knows for sure why it happens. Maybe it's such a gravitation anomaly or it happens due to the shape of the hill - it seems it goes down while it really goes up...

Location: Khingansk

via asaratov


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11 Responses to “Against the Laws of Physics”

  1. The Weight of the World says:

    We had the same thing in my country.

  2. Gerry says:

    most probably ist simply an optical illusion

  3. Zonda says:

    …no magic here, just optical illusion. From the movie the tilt looks in normal way.

  4. Richard S. says:

    Similar to Magnetic Hill in New Brunswick Canada. Optical illusion.

  5. Kent_Diego says:

    I saw a video where ball was dropped and it went up. Also sky was below earth. It was amazing!

  6. timoulete says:

    In France, we have some strange fact.
    I don’t know if somebody explain this thing

  7. (r)evolutionist says:

    Q: What does uphill flowing water and free will have in common? A: They both are illusions.

  8. cockatrice says:

    Visit the Oregon Vortex in Gold Hill, Oregon. Oddball miner build a weird little cabin on a traitorously steep hillside in an oddball cleft. Your lines of vision are just twisted all out of proportion. Balls seem to roll uphill, a nearby ore lode (probably nickel) causes skewed compass readings. Half of it is optical illusion like the room where a kid looks like a Giant in one corner and shrinks in the other. When you get to observe the trick in action, you see that it’s a trapezoidal space. Well the miner was a somewhat demented carpenter, probably having developed brain rot from the mercury he was using to extract gold.

    • Vortexas says:

      I love Gold Hill! If you ever visit, be sure to check out Willy’s Burgers (a little red burger stand next to Chase bank). btw, Knott’s Berry Farm (So. Cal) has an exact duplicate of the Oregon Vortex setup, at least as far as the illusionary aspects.

  9. Hell says:

    There is a place similar with this in Romania!

  10. iuli says:

    It’s not uphill… That river proves that the ball is moving to a lower elevation, so no laws are broken

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