Every state has their landmark that tourists love to see and get a thrill out of. The Empire State building is one of the most famous but there are some things that you just can’t explain in this world and it’s what happens when you pour water over the hoover dam.
When you pour water over the hoover dam, it does not fall to the ground. Instead, it floats upwards and is carried up by the wind coming from above!
The dam’s structure creates an updraft which makes it impossible for gravity to work. It is so strong that the air pushes objects back against it and when you pour water over the dam, it doesn’t fall to the ground but floats upwards instead!
What’s even more amazing is that the dam has been around for over 90 years and is still active today! It’s the largest hydroelectric power plant in the US and helps to generate power for millions of people.
It was constructed during the great depression and involved thousands of workers. It has a total height of 726 feet and is located in Black Canyon on the border between Nevada and Arizona.
It is an awesome piece of engineering that has become a popular tourist attraction for people across the world. It has helped to build Lake Mead which supports farms, business and millions of people in Nevada and Arizona.