Monday, March 10, 2014

What is that? A very strange phenomenon...

I stumbled upon this video on YouTube just now and it has got my attention. It comes with a story which you should read first.

25th of January 2014 - "So i was walking with my dog in the evening just before sunset, we were travelling into vast fields of nature to escape common modern view. By accident I found a pond. It catched my interest since i saw a waterhole in the middle of it. Usually people drills waterholes in their ponds where fish lives, at winter time, so fish can breathe.

I thought i will see some fishes and stuff... But as soon as i came closer, i noticed that it was evaporating. You can't see this in the video since i was filming with my phone which has shitty camera. When i stepped on that frozen pond, farther away from that waterhole (where i was standing) ice was 20 centimeters thick or even more. And that waterhole looked like it was melted with fire or something... You can see around that waterhole that there is snow or maybe ice particles blasted away from the center of this waterhole. What was underwater there is still unknown to me.

It is not volcanic activity. In the middle of Europe there are no volcanos or underground volcanic currents. Plus water would be boiling. There are no pipes in the middle of nowhere, so not a damaged pipe... Natural Gas or oil? Impossible, it is not hot and why only the part of this whole pond is melted just above this thing/activity-reason? I don't know anymore."


Is it a hot spring forming? Is it the appearance of an underground sink hole? Is it lava coming to the surface because the Earth's magma is becoming very active and unstable?

Below are a few comments on YouTube in relation to this video that I will share.

A.R. Johnson: "Make sure to have your camera ready this spring when that thing crawls out of there!"

socialdef3: "friend, I know this sounds crazy but I'm very serious - why didnt you try to poke it with a long (and I mean quite long) wooden stick, like a long tree branch or something?"

Mirko Puškarić: "go back there and throw a big rock on it and see what will it do...."

Kim Jong-Un: "Poke it with a stick"

zymok1: "i would have thrown my dog into it"

LadiesMan0246: "...should of just jumped in there to find out what happens. Worst case scenario you get eaten... Or you'll come outta there with super powers..

stirlingshire1: "Did you poke it with a stick? If in doubt, always poke with a stick."

Mark Quigley: "That thing is ripe for a poking with a stick. How should we evolve if we do not poke weird things with sticks?"

chrism282818: "You poked it yet?"

BruchoMetal4Ever2: "Update for everyone: I can't go back there at the moment and poke it with a stick.. :D It's warm out here at the moment, no ice, no snow, i can't step on this pond and film it. Someone said that it could be a sink hole and if i would interfare with it, i could as well die. So i have mixed feelings about this idea of samples and poking. :P For those asking when i filmed it and found it - Jan 25, 2014. I uploaded it here the same day. It is still a mystery what is it, i don't believe that this is some underground warm water, of course i am not a biologist as well, but still, it is red, not rising up or mixing with rest of the pond, and yet it moves sticks and mud around it, it has strange physics to it not like something i have seen before regarding water."

7 comments:

Steve g said...

still i'd poke with a stick. lol

Steve g said...

still i'd poke with a stick. lol

Wherami said...

Thats a good sign :)

David Smith said...
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Wren Omatic said...

This reminds me of all the forest fires that started for some reason in the middle of winter in the US.

Shallena said...

So weird... he says it isn't bubbling... but it did look like it had steam... so could be lava...I totally would have poked it with a stick...

Jeffrey Moore said...

Those who suggest poking it have obviously never seen "The Blob".