Hundreds of feet below Yekaterinburg, a Russian city, is a place for the curious which is awe-inspiring and totally mind blowing. This ‘something’ used to be a salt mine that upon seeing what it looks like now, you would hardly believe that it is actually real. Now, the salt mine is a colorful and psychedelic underground cave that should already be considered a tourist spot if it weren’t prohibited by the Russian government.
The salt mines are located approximately 650 feet below the surface of Yekaterinburg.
The reason for existence of the colorful cave is the effect of the natural layers of a carnallite. The said mineral causes the formation of colored rocks, from yellow to white to blues and red hues. The creation of colorful swirls in the cave is so artistic that it can inspire artists to come up with their own artworks.
Carnallite causes the formation of colored rocks, from yellow to white to blues and red hues.
The salt mines are located approximately 650 feet below the surface of Yekaterinburg. In order to be able to visit the said tourist destination, one has to secure a permit from the Russian government. Mikhail Mishainik, a Russian photographer was able to secure one and take photos of the amazing, colorful salt mines.
To visit the cave, one must get permission from the Russian government first.
While inside the cave, tourists are not exactly safe as they are also exposed to gas and possible landslides, yet a tour inside is worth the experience. In an interview with Mishainik, he mentioned, “It is hard to describe how it feels being so far down, you lose all track of time and the air is very dry, you always feel thirsty.”
Russian photographer Mikhail Mishainik was able to secure a permit and take photos of the colorful cave.
It took the Russian photographer 20 hours just to capture the beauty of the salt mines which majority of us won’t have the chance to see.
Johnson & Johnson Ordered To Pay $72M for Cancer Case Linked to Talcum Powder
Time to remove one item from the grocery list!
Powder users, beware!
According to a recent news published by Reuters, “Johnson & Johnson (JNJ) was ordered by a Missouri state jury to pay $72 million of damages to the family of a woman whose death from ovarian cancer was linked to her use of the company's talc-based Baby Powder and Shower to Shower for several decades.”
The verdict was announced last Monday by jurors of the St. Louis circuit court. The lawyers and the court records indicated that the family of Jacqueline Fox has received $10 million for actual damages plus $62 for punitive damages.
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Natural phenomena or signs of the end times?
Is the world really coming to an end? Will it happen soon? Earthquakes; the emergence of new, deadlier viruses; strange noises coming from the sky---these events have been happening more and more frequently these days. And people couldn't help but think about the apocalypse.
The spine-chilling video below is a compilation of the most recent occurrences that transpired across the globe. And, if you'd really pay attention, you might find them quite disturbing.
Some people would probably think that they're natural disasters. Scientists may have also offered "logical" explanations for them. But, some of these incidents remain unexplained.
Here We Go Again: Guy Pulls Shark From Water To Pose For Photos
You’d think selfie-lovers would’ve learned by now. But no…
Just a week ago, we shared with you that heartbreaking story about the baby dolphin that unfortunately died from dehydration after beachgoers in an Argentine resort passed it around for, well, a selfie opportunity. And there's the news about 2 peacocks that died after Chinese tourists Passed it around for selfies
Needless to say, that was a very cringe-worthy piece of news that you’d think people would actually learn from it.
Sadly, humans are hard-headed. Well, some of us anyway.
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