Any object after falling from above comes towards the earth. It seems as if some unknown force is pulling him towards the earth. All this happens because of the gravity of the ground. If there is no gravity on the earth, then we will not be able to stay in one place and will be seen flying.
America’s Hoover Dam is a place where gravity does not work. Throwing anything down here starts flying. Hoover Dam is located on the border of the US states of Nevada and Arizona. It is believed that the reason behind gravity not working at this place is the structure of the Hoover Dam.
If a person throws water from a bottle while standing on top of Hoover Dam, then this water does not fall on the ground but starts flying in the air. Scientists believe that due to the height of the Hoover Dam and its shape in the shape of a bow, the wind blows upwards after hitting the wall. Because of this, the things thrown down from the top of Hoover Dam do not fall on the ground and keep flying in the air.
Hoover Dam is 221.4 meters high and 379 meters long. Its shape is like a bow. The most important thing is that strong winds keep blowing here all the time. Due to this, the wind blows up after hitting the wall of the dam and gravity stops working.
Let us tell you that the world-famous Hoover Dam is built on the Colorado River in the state of Nevada, United States. The law of gravity fails in this dam. You must be surprised to hear this, how things start flying here, although it is true.
Hoover Dam was constructed in America between 1931 and 1936. The dam is named after Herbert Hoover, the 31st President of the United States. The length of the Colorado River on which it is built is 2334 kilometers. The then US President Franklin D. Roosevelt dedicated this dam to America on September 30, 1935.