15 “Scientifically Impossible” Places on Earth

2. The Devil’s Kettle in Minnesota

As far as natural mysteries go, the Devil’s Kettle in Minnesota is one of the most intriguing one. At a particular point along the Brule River, the river’s water splits into two. One split continues its course on to the Lake Superior and the other split, well, we have no clue where it goes! Scientists know it has to end up somewhere but we don’t know where that is.

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Scientists first tried putting dye into the Kettle and waited to see which part of the lake turns up colors. It was a futile effort, nothing turned up. Next they decided to try it with Ping Pong balls, they also vanish without a trace – what the hell is going on?! We all know that laws of science dictate that the water has to turn up somewhere. Even if it is being stored underground, there should be markings and it should be traceable. Aliens, parallel universe, glitch in our programming, some Mayan trick? – Your guess is as good as mine.

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