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Where Water is Going ? Unbelievable

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#1 by jacksparrow007 » Sat Mar 30, 2019 11:33

Water Drain Through A 6 Foot Wide Hole



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भारी बारिश में बर्फ की चादर पर पानी जमा हो सकता है, लेकिन गर्म हवा की अवधि के दौरान, जो एक दिन में बर्फ की चादर के शीर्ष के एक-दो इंच को आसानी से पानी में बदल सकता है। हवा किसी भी खुले पानी से बर्फ की चादर पर बड़ी मात्रा में पानी उड़ा सकती है। चूंकि बर्फ पानी से कम घनी होती है इसलिए यह बर्फ की चादर से किसी भी उपलब्ध छेद में बह जाएगी।

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#2 by Arvind9 » Sat Mar 30, 2019 12:42

It looked like a sinkhole
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#3 by Anaskallara » Mon Apr 01, 2019 11:40

heavy rain can accumulate water on the ice sheet, but during the hot air period, which can easily turn one or two inches of the top of the ice sheet into water in a day. The wind can blow up large amounts of water on any ice sheet with any open water. Since snow is less dense than water, it will be flowing in any available hole from the ice sheet.
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