Sunday, September 16, 2007

Two sights in a day

Posted by Double Y at 8:47 PM
We had a full day today. To start our day, we first went to the Mystery Spot at Santa Cruz.

Here's some info:
The Mystery Spot is a gravitational anomaly located in the redwood forests just outside of Santa Cruz, California. It is a circular area of effect around 150 feet or 46 meters in diameter. Within the Mystery Spot you will be stunned as your perceptions of the laws of physics and gravity are questioned.

The Mystery Spot was discovered in 1939 by a group of surveyors and opened to the public in 1940. The Mystery Spot has amazed and perplexed hundreds of thousands of visitors from all over the world, and many return time and time again to experience these puzzling variations of gravity, perspective, and height.

Some speculate that cones of metal were secretly brought here and buried in our earth as guidance systems for their spacecraft. Some think that it is in fact the spacecraft itself burried deep within the ground. Other theories include carbon dioxide permeating from the earth, a hole in the ozone layer, a magma vortex, the highest dielectric biocosmic radiation known anywhere in the world, and radiesthesia. Whatever the cause is, it remains a mystery.

Then we had lunch at the Santa Cruz beach boardwalk which is surprisingly 10 minutes away from the Mystery Spot.

Here's a video of Mig taking the "Rock and Roll ride" at the beach boarwalk. He was scared to take the rides but then he decided to conquer his fear that he took the same ride 5 times!


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