There are many crazy things going on in this world, many of which that have been happening been here for years and continue to stay strong even to this day. Some of these aren’t harmful but are, in fact, quite beautiful or interesting and will be something that you will want to check on for yourselves. A lot of these took centuries to explain, and some having no explanation, from frogs and spiders falling from the sky to rocks that are actually alive, here are some crazy phenominoms that everyone must put on their bucket list to see, enjoy:
A lot of these happenings took centuries to explain, and some still have no legitimate explanation; from frogs and spiders falling from the sky to rocks that are actually alive, here are some crazy phenomenons that everyone must put on their bucket list to see at least once, enjoy:
Great Blue Hole:
Just seeing a picture of the Great Blue Hole in Belize can be nervewracking; the darkness in color and how thick it looks is a strange sight. This sinkhole was formed years ago by quaternary glaciation; it is 300 m (984 ft) across and 108 m (354 ft) deep and is actually used these days as a submarine and diving spot.
Sundogs are a pair of bright lights in the form of spots that are on both sides of the sun. They’re also known as phantom suns or mock suns. Their technical name is “Solar Parphelia,” Parphelia meaning “with the sun.” Sundogs are formed when the light hits ice crystals either in very cold weather or clouds.
Underwater Crop Circles:
These 7-foot-diameter crop circles were originally found on the coast of southern Japan in 1995. Since they were found, it has been a complete mystery to how they have come about. However, recently, in 2011, researchers have concluded what causes these underwater crop circles. The answer is male pufferfish who will go down and create these designs by digging into the sand with their fins.
The Pororoca Wave is a 12 ft tidal wave that occurs on the Amazon river only twice a year from February to March. It’s a result of the New and Full moons; it’s also a popular wave for Surfers to test their skills on, however, doing so is dangerous because of all the debris from the forest that gets caught up in the wave.
Also known as, ‘Fire Devil’ or ‘Fire Tornado,’ a fire whirl occurs when intense heat, usually around 2,000 °F (1,090 °C), and winds come together and began swirling in the formation of a tornado appearance.
Sailing Stones are rocks that have been noticed to have moved without any human or animal interaction. These stones are found in front of a long trail, printed in clay or sand, behind them showing their paths. Scientists still aren’t sure what causes this to happen, but they have an idea that it could be strong winds.
Lake Natron is a salt, and soda lake in Tanzania that is known for its eerie, striking red waters, and up to 60°C, or 140°F, temperatures; some animals can withstand these complications, like the native Flamingos, but others aren’t so lucky and end up turning to ‘statues’ or mummified versions of themselves.
The Rainbow Eucalyptus, or Eucalyptus Deglupta, is a large 6 ft. Wide, 200 ft. tall tree with multicolored bark. These Gum Tree’s bark can have many different colors such as green, orange, purple, red, blue, and grey.
This phenomenon is where flightless animals will suddenly begin to fall from the sky. It isn’t known why this may occur, but some researchers went with the theory that it may be a water spout’s doing, or a tornado, that picks up the animals and then drops them; there have been no witnesses to back this theory up, however. There have been many occurrences of this with different animals such as fish, frogs and toads, and even spiders.
The Swarming Black Sun:
Though it looks like it could come straight from a horror movie, this black cloud is actually a flock of migrating Sterlings. These Sterlings will begin their migration gathering together in Jutland, Denmark where you are able to see their act of ‘dancing’ in the sky as they all fly about the area. People have called this ‘Sort Sol’ which translates to ‘Black Sun.’
Christmas Island Red Crab Migration:
On Christmas Island, around December, all Red Crabs on the island will synchronize breeding. During these times, all the red crabs in the isle will migrate from the forests to the coast to breed, and all roads will be filled with them.
In 2012, Wagga Wagga, Australia suffered from a flood. Humans left their homes, but they weren’t the only beings who evacuated themselves. Spiders also ended up having to abandon their homes, but since they really had nowhere else to go, they had to depend on each other. Millions of spiders began working together to spin a giant webbed platform for them to be able to take refuge on from the flood waters.
Grand Prismatic Spring:
The Grand Prismatic Spring is the largest spring in the United States, found in the Yellowstone Park. It’s known for its heat, and its vivid colors in a result of pigmented bacteria that lives on the edges of the water.
Basalt Columns, or Columnar basalt, is the result of cooling lava.
In Southern Africa, from May through July, billions of Sardines will join as a group and move northward along the east coast of South Africa. It isn’t entirely known why they do this, but researchers have assumed that it’s because of a breeding-migration run.
Catacumbo is considered ‘The most electric place on Earth.’ The Catacumbo River in Venezuela is a hot spot for thousands of lightning strikes in one night.
The Living Rock is an immobile creature that lives at the bottom of the ocean, doing nothing but eating water, filtering out microorganisms, and reproducing by throwing out clouds of sperm. The inside of the rock appearance actually sits a ton of organs. The Rock’s actual name is Pyura Chilensis.
Bioluminescence is the excretion of light from a living organism. It can come from many organisms and can be seen clearly at night outpouring over the ocean from different fungi, marine vertebrates and invertebrates or bacteria .
The Moeraki Boulders, found on the Koekohe Beach in New Zealand, are large, smooth, and spherical shaped. They’ve been created over the years by erosion and mudstone, and are currently being protected by environmentalists to this day.
An Ice Storm occurs, usually in winter, when it’s raining, and temperatures drop to the point that the rain turns to ice. Although this may sound intimidating, these storms are known to typically just be considered gentle rains. However, it can make road conditions hazardous as the storm can cause everything to be glazed over with ice.
Fourpeaked Mountain is the host place for the Fourpeaked Volcano. Located in Alaska, this Stratovolcano is still able to erupt, though unlike a regular volcano, when it erupts the lava will typically cool and harden quickly before it can go very far.
The Danxia Landforms are landscapes found in the southeast, southwest, and northwest China. This land consists of red-colored sandstones and conglomerates, they’ve have been seen to contain many different colors, and deep valleys.
Lenticular Clouds are smooth, lens-shaped clouds, that can appear lying still in perpendicular alignment in the troposphere.
Many throughout the years have gotten these clouds confused as UFOs. These usually occur because of the disruption of wind flow from objects, such as mountains or buildings.
Many foods may taste good but can cause significant discomfort for not only your digestive system but also for those around you. Some foods, however, are better at making the smelly gut winds blow than others, making these foods, the ultimate no-no’s before any first date, or even any big meeting that you may have planned in which you are not trying to make your booty clap in a bad way.
Here is a list of foods that you should avoid before any social occasions; enjoy:
You may not have thought that Bananas would be on this list, and it’s true that they may not be a hugely gas inducing food. However, keep in mind of that fructose and fiber, if you eat a lot of this fruit, it can cause gas issues.