There is no wonder that the world is so big. Recently, on an island in Denmark, people were surprised to find an "anti gravity waterfall", the picture is incredible. Samia Gibson, 41, was the first to discover the spectacle. He was enjoying the beautiful scenery of the Faroe Islands on the edge of the cliff when he suddenly found the "anti gravity waterfall" made by the whirlwind. He was stunned.
To this end, meteorological experts said that this phenomenon is due to the spiral air column created by the ocean vortex. At the edge of the cliff, the air column rotates rapidly, forming a "tornado" on the water surface.
In an interview, Samia said: "on that day, I originally wanted to find a place for a walk with few people, walking, I saw from a distance that at the opposite cliff edge, the sky and the sea were almost connected by an" anti gravity waterfall ", forming a wonderful picture. I took a few pictures and videos, and I was stunned. "
Samia later sent the photos to some of his friends, who were fascinated by the unique picture.
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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