According to foreign media reports, on January 10, a 41 year old man named Samia gebsen found an anti gravity waterfall on an island in Denmark. It is understood that he was enjoying the beautiful scenery of the Faroe Islands at the edge of the cliff when he suddenly found the "anti gravity waterfall" made by the whirlwind. At that time, he was stunned. Meteorologists say the phenomenon is due to the fact that the ocean whirlpool creates a spiral gas column. At the edge of the cliff, the gas column rotates rapidly, forming a "tornado" on the water surface.
Recently, in the Faroe Islands of Denmark, Samia, a 41 year old tourist, saw a waterfall "against the current" on the edge of the cliff. The water directly rushed up the 470 meter high cliff and scattered at the top.
Samia later sent the photos to some of his friends, who were fascinated by the unique picture.
According to Samia, he was enjoying the beautiful scenery of the Faroe Islands at the edge of the cliff when he suddenly found the "anti gravity waterfall" made by the whirlwind. He was stunned at that time. He said he saw the water fly to the top of the 470 meter cliff, forming a "waterfall" from the bottom to the top.
Greg dewurst, a senior meteorologist at the Met Office, also said the "anti gravity waterfall" looked spectacular.
"We can see from the picture that the waterfall looks more like a spiral water column, and the edge of the cliff can help the wind speed up rotation, which is why the anti gravity waterfall can be formed quickly," duhurst said
Meteorologists say heavy rains often occur in the area and the weather conditions are very unstable. Many complex reasons have contributed to the formation of this rare "anti gravity waterfall" on the sea.
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