Friday, September 27, 2019

The most exotic destinations science still has not yet explained

Magnetic Hills, Ladakh, India
The world never stops surprising you. Each and every corner of the earth has something mysterious or special that scientists are still exploring and trying to find the cause.

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The movable rocks, Racetrack Playa, Sailing Stones

The movable rocks, Racetrack Playa, Sailing Stones

In Death Valley, California, this rock has been a mystery since 1915 when people looked at it moving in the arid desert. Some people believe the rocks move due to the formation of ice around the rock, while others still find it a mystery. No one has ever seen these rocks move, just know it just drifted by itself at some time and left a special mark on the sand.
Magnetic Hills, Ladakh, India

Magnetic Hills, Ladakh, India

This mysterious hill is a small stretch of road located on Srinagar Leh road. This way up the slope is mysterious. When you are driving across the street if you turn off the engine and stand still, your vehicle will gradually begin to move itself up at 20 km / h. It's up to you, believe it or not, but this hill really exists.
Moeraki Boulders, New Zealand

Moeraki Boulders, New Zealand

Most people are astonished at the large rock eggs that seem to be arranged by a giant hand right on the beach and many scientists are still trying to find answers. Large spherical boulders with a circumference of up to 12 feet in a certain order is still an unsolved mystery.
Aokigahara, Japan

Aokigahara, Japan

Back in 2016 the movie The Forest showed the ghost and mystery of this forest. It has been haunting people ever since. Also known as Suicide Forest, Aokighara is located at the foot of Fuji Mount in Japan. Many cases of phobia have appeared inside the forest. More than 500 people are believed to have committed suicide in this forest. Although this forest is considered the most enchanting forest in the world, the obsession makes people also afraid of it.
Eternal fire waterfall, Orchard Park, New York

Eternal fire waterfall, Orchard Park, New York

There is another scary place in Orchard Park, New York, which will cause many people to have goose bumps and rumors appear quite a lot. In this place, people always see a flaming fire burning inside a small waterfall. Sometimes the fire is extinguished by water but then it lights up, some scientists believe that there is methane gas inside the cave that has caused the fire to burn. But in fact, this answer has not been verified.
Old Faithful, Yellowstone National Park

Old Faithful, Yellowstone National Park

Mysteries are always difficult to guess, but they are always fascinating. Such a mysterious place exists at Geyser Old Faithful, Yellowstone National Park. Some hot springs are very active and are being erupted. But what makes Old Yellowstone famous is that this geyser occurs every 55 to 120 minutes and lasts from two to five minutes.
Blood Falls, Antarctica

Blood Falls, Antarctica

Imagine a snowy mountain with a blood bath in the middle, it's a bloody red waterfall that stands out on the white of the Taylor Glacier snow mountain. Why is the waterfall red? It is still a mystery to humans.
Stone Forest - Shilin, China

Stone Forest - Shilin, China

Even in China's Yunnan province, there is a mysterious forest of rocks. Instead of tall trees or bushes, this forest is full of towering limestone outcrops. These limestones have formed in an area of over 96,000 acres, making it look like a rocky forest. This mysterious forest is visited by thousands of visitors each year.

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