At The Hoover Dam Water Pours Up

If one pours water you expect it to go down onthe pavement. However while Gravity says yes, but the Hoover Dam says no. At the Hoover Dam, you can actually pour water straight up into the sky. Its not magic but It’s because of the crazy powerful updraft that big dams can generate. Instead of trickling down its concrete wall it will reverse course and shoot up into the air. This isn’t just something that happens at the Hoover Dam, and you can use things other than water bottles to see how powerful the air currents are. http://www.geek.com/news/water-pours-up-at-the-hoover-dam-1663798/ http://www.wochit.com This video was produced by YT Wochit News using http://wochit.com

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Code X: Launch interstellar spaceship from this dam

folopoly: Liquid is not reversed

folopoly: Complete horse shit lol

Brady Ballentine: Lier I tried it and it didn’t work

TheBackGround: doooowwn

kamal verma: there are many forces in nature like gravitational, friction, electrostatic, magnetic (not muscular)
culambic etc. in this incident it may be one or more force may configurate/configurated in specific condition near or far with dam.

YouFxcking Fool: Where the fuck is gravity now ???

SwiftlyMusic GT: The structure of the hoover dam is built such that the wind heading at its direction would go up because of its curve like structure.

Victor Jacinto: A terra é plana.

Durden Sniper: It's the wind....

Cailou: What if I stick my ass out & take a shit

Cailou: Well I'll be damned if water don't go down

Levi Javan: Anyone come here from mindware house

Devin Symone: This makes me want to hoover my floor

azfightboy: can looks like gravity is not real

Samarai7: Who else saw this on instagram

Robert Quinones: Windgardium liveosa!

Techno Geek devil boy: Amazing

Caleb Smith: ill show that dam a thing or too. johnny go get me some molasses!

Hxpe Edits: My recommendations are fucked

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