Monstrous whirlpool eats everything

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+56 1. TenoriTaiga commented 7 years ago

Well that sucks. ;)
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+20 2. MiMe commented 7 years ago

Any more info? Where did this happened and what is cause of this?
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+31 3. dushan commented 7 years ago

"micro black holes may occur during the experiment", they said, "but they will disappear immediately" they said...
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+71 4. Awaits commented 7 years ago

#2 in Latvia, during flood. and the cause for this whirlpool actually is opened underwater drainage pipe to lower the water level in the river.
sorry for ruining your fun with explanation. no one divided by zero here, eventually.
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+2 5. BiCH commented 7 years ago

Well, to start with, it's in Latvia
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+20 6. IDK399 commented 7 years ago

Some comments from Liveleak.

"In the name of science, throw my ex-wife in there." thirstyschaivo
"Oh look it's the ex!" Wes46
"Good metaphor for our tax dollars right there." wharris
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-6 7. 5ubZer0 commented 7 years ago

only in russia
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-1 8. Killerado commented 7 years ago

Seriously... it really swallows everything. But more to the point, where does it all go? Its literally eating almost half the earth :O
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+8 9. Cyrille commented 7 years ago

#4 That must be one huge pipe, look at the size of the ice blocks that are swallowed!
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+16 10. dave9191 commented 7 years ago

Not quite as big as the whirlpool they caused in Lake Peigneur when they accidentally drilled into a salt mine under the lake. That one changed the direction of flow of a river till the mine was full....
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+2 11. Reid107 commented 7 years ago

When did it stop!?
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+2 12. hdwg commented 7 years ago

Earth garbage disposal.
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+2 13. tatti69 commented 7 years ago

Iceberg - yep, it blends :D
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+4 14. schlafanzyk commented 7 years ago

Looks like the opening of a giant sinkhole. If I saw that, I would get the hell away from there as quickly as possible. With all that water rushing down there, there certainly was a chance of a large surface area collapsing at some point.
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-1 15. jackDjohnson commented 7 years ago

O WOW..LOOK !! its my Ex Wife... >:)
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0 16. thundersnow commented 4 years ago

That's where sux lives >:)
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0 17. Judge-Jake commented 4 years ago

#16 If it keeps spinning eventually its where we will all live. :D
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0 18. thundersnow commented 4 years ago

#17 And we'll be all one happy family! :D
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+1 19. MindTrick commented 4 years ago

4 years and the hole is still there? :O