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Close to the Wild Waterfall (Dziki Wodospad) is the gravitational anomaly. This site saw a 4% gravitational pull in an uphill direction which meant if you placed your car in neutral, the gravitational pull would actually pull the car up the hill. No doubt in...More
Anomaly actually works and messes with your sense of gravity. Cool place to visit if you’re into such “weird stuff”. On the other hand, the whole thing takes 5 minutes at most, so more like an additional place to visit on the way somewhere.
The traffic along the road was so busy it was difficult to stop and check this out. I saw another car attempting the experiment so had to take that as 'proof', but don't know whether the car was actually driving or really out of gear,...More
I was expected some more specific location / place and infrastructure around. Here is a piece regular street, with almost invisible slope, and big poster advising to stop a car and check how it moves uphill . I saw some people doing so.
We stopped our car, put it in neutral and the car moved downhill as expected. We also tried a bottle and it also moved downhill. You can see a stream near the road which shows the direction of water and also shows the downward slope...More
We visited this spot as I'd seen it listed and we were nearby. The area is marked by a tourist sign that explains that there's a number of places on earth where gravity works differently. After returning to the car we returned to the road...More