While natural wonders like Niagara Falls and the Grand Canyon are some of the most well-known around the world for their sheer size, the world we live in is filled with mystery and even some things that science can’t quite explain yet. Believe it or not, there are some pretty incredible places out there that most of us have never even heard of. Here are ten scientifically impossible places that actually exist.
On the north shore of Lake Superior, in Minnesota, lies judge C.R magi state park. Named after the former mayor of Duluth the park is best known as the location of the devil’s kettle. This strange waterfall splits into two due to the rock formations which causes half of the Brule river to continue on and the other half to disappear into a pothole the waterfalls roughly 10 feet before disappearing underground. Researchers have yet to determine where this flow reconnect as dyes, ping-pong balls and other objects were thrown into the devil’s kettle do not reappear. Since there is no way to determine the channel’s the water may pass through it has been deemed too unsafe for people to explore.