Strange Places On Earth That Are Scientifically Impossible

There are plenty of constructions of the past that we cannot explain to this day and that’s a fact. The history as we know it is very implausible and quite the mystery to say the least. When we say that we don’t know anything we simply ask you to help fill in the blanks, but for today’s topic we will be taking over a different subject altogether.

Today we will be referring to places that we simply couldn’t believe they existed until we saw them with our very own eyes. Some might think these are the results of aliens, others believe the answer is more scientific-based, but regardless we are not here to judge, we are only here to present to you these insane locations. So, without further ado, here they are.

First off, we have this Lightning which appears over 28 times per minute. Often times referred to as the “Catatumbo lightning” or “The Everlasting Thunderstorm”, it is a beauty to behold, but a dangerous one at that.

Second of all, we have this cave from the South-East of Romania which is known as the Movile Cave. You might not realize it, but it has its own atmosphere separate from the rest of the world and it hosts some species that we have yet to discover anywhere else on the planet.

This lake is so radioactive that it will literally take out anyone that dares to take in its fumes. It is commonly referred to as Lake Karachay and we definitely suggest staying as far away from it as possible.

This is known as the doubletree of Casorza and as the name implies, it is a tree that grows on top of yet another living tree.

These are just some of the most popular ones out there. If you want to know more then look at the video below and see for yourself places on Earth that science cannot explain.


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