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Some one pulled the plug in Latvian river

creich420 Apr 25, 2013

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  2. Stabber

    Stabber Stabber's Steel Connection Knife Maker or Craftsman

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    :devilzeek Wow!! That's a lot of water going.........?
     
  3. jjhamilton

    jjhamilton JDBA4L JDBA Official Member

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    Wow that's amazing, so can anyone explain what is fueling this...is there a bottomless hole, is it just current and the landscape below water causing it ?? Can I dump bodies here??:ropeman:
     
  4. Towelie

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    pretty cool. are these created by sinkholes? or was there and underground river, or there is now? what came first, the under ground river, or the vortex? i am a lazy googler today.
     
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    ded i Friend of The Devil Lady Devil

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    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/04/24/whirlpool-video-latvia-river_n_3147329.html

    "While most whirlpools in nature occur as a result of fast moving currents meeting one another in opposite directions (often caused by ocean tides), the phenomenon in the video shares a lot in common with a draining bathtub.

    Indeed, a longer version of the same video shows the mysterious "monstrous whirlpool" in Latvia has been formed by water from the swollen river flowing into an inlet on the upstream side of a bridge. All of the debris is funneled under the road on which spectators are standing and flows downstream."

    Excellent vid - tnx! :yesman:
     
  6. rbmcmjr

    rbmcmjr Nuclear Powered Devil

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    I like this one better:

    [video=youtube;zpvkgHPLeHE]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zpvkgHPLeHE[/video]
     

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