10 Real Places On Earth That Seem Scientifically Impossible

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10 Real Places On Earth That Seem Scientifically Impossible

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Scientifically Impossible Places That Actually Exist
Are you bored where you live? Is it pretty much uneventful every single day? Well, you might try to visit
these places we are about to explore. Today we will be talking about scientifically impossible places that
actually exist. For you insomniacs out there, number one is for you so stay tuned.

Number 10. The Petrifying Well
Anyone with a passing knowledge of Greek Mythology should have at least a passive knowledge of the
Gorgons, 3 women-like monsters with snakes for head. One particular Gorgon, Medusa, was feared
because of her insane power; anyone who stares into her eyes turns into stone. Of course, we all know
that these are just stories, but did you know that there is a place somewhere in England that does
exactly the same thing?
That’s right, deep in North Yorkshire, there’s a cave called the Petrifying Well, where water runs down
the sides and into the ground. People go there to leave everything from keys to teddy bears by the
water, because when they return weeks later… they know they will find those same items turned to
The petrifying process isn’t really that uncommon. This process is responsible for the formation of
stalactites and stalagmites in caves. What’s quite amazing with the petrifying well is the speed of which
it does the process. Stalactites and stalagmites usually take a few hundred years to form, but any item
placed in the well turns to stone in just a matter of weeks.

Number 9. The Boiling River
Have you ever heard about the Lost City of Gold? According to legends, there exists a lost city of gold
somewhere deep in the Amazon jungle. While the existence of such a place can’t be easily proven or
disproven, at least one aspect of the story has been confirmed to be factual; the boiling river.
And yes, this boiling river was found in the Peruvian Amazon, giving more credence to the city of gold
story. But the boiling river itself was deemed an impossibility until it was discovered. The waters in this
river reach temperatures of up to 196 degrees Fahrenheit or degrees Celsius. The water boils
everything that touches it, whether that’s unsuspecting frogs or fish that realize too late that the water
is heating up.
People are clueless as to what else could be causing the water to boil, as it behaves unlike any river
anywhere else in the world. Some say it runs over a fault line in the earth, while others say the gods
have created it: as they like to watch animals fall in and cook from the inside out as they try to escape…
not a very happy place, is it?

Number 8. The Zone of Silence
There’s a place in the Chihuahuan desert in northern Mexico where radio signals don’t work, and
compasses spin out of control when placed near stones on the ground. It’s called the Zone of Silence. It

measures only 50 kilometers across, and it is located in the Mapimí Biosphere Reserve, a huge, mostly
uninhabited expanse of almost 400,000 hectares, where the flat and desolate terrain is interspersed
with lonely mountain outcrops.
The disruption is believed to be caused by subterranean deposits of magnetite, as well as debris from
meteorites. The Zone’s overall effects are disputed, but there’s no doubt that the area, which sits on the
borders of the Mexican states of Chihuahua, Durango, and Coahuila, has an abundance of celestial
activity—including, some say, visits from UFOs and extraterrestrials.

Number 7. The Ringing Rocks of Pennsylvania
There is a place in Pennsylvania where the rocks can sing, and scientists are clueless on why they can do
The Ringing Rocks Park is a seven acre wooded area which is known for the massive rocks that piled up
there. These boulders are special, however, as they make clear bell-like tones when struck, hence their
name the ringing rocks.
Only about a third of the rocks ring, and for a long time why the rocks rang at all was unclear. However,
in 1965 a group of scientists crushed, broke, and sliced the rocks. After performing numerous tests, they
found that while all the rocks do in fact ring, they often do so at tones lower than the human ear canfirst rock concert.

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