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This Rock Does Not Like To Roll (8 pics)

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  • 11 Apr, 2016  |
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This 250-ton boulder that has been defying gravity for over 1,300 years. It's called The Krishna’s Butter Ball or Vaanirai Kal (Stone of the Sky God) and it sits on a slope in Mahabalipuram. Many have tried to move the boulder, but they've all failed.

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№1 Author: kryptor (11 Apr 2016 06:50) Total user comments: 4839


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Makes me wonder how it got there in the first place.
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№2 Author: Minotopo (11 Apr 2016 10:52) Total user comments: 109


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We had something like that in Argentina, the Tandil's moving stone: http://mla-s2-p.mlstatic.com/postal-tandil-la-piedra-movediza-antes-de-su-caida
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it finally fell in 1912 and now there is a replica in it's place. Also there are several cases worldwide of this strange phenomenon
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№3 Author: Tomaz86 (11 Apr 2016 15:24) Total user comments: 10835


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All right where you are!
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№4 Author: Phynix4 (11 Apr 2016 15:57) Total user comments: 5461


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phenomenon? hardly. mother nature at work. it is a large deposit of heavy metal or minerals. the earth around the "phenomenon" has been removed via erosion, which is normally natural as well (it can be man induced, but in this case not likely). there are deposits like this all over the world.
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№5 Author: benny (11 Apr 2016 21:34) Total user comments: 665


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Wow, a rock.
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