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Black Holes Exist in Earth’s Oceans According to New Study
The old phrase “as above, so below” is a simple saying that describes how the universe has the same exact properties on the macro level that it does on the micro level. In so many ways the patterns, geometry and properties of outer space can be observed here on Earth. In one recent study, it was discovered that there are actually “black holes” floating around the ocean.
A black hole in space has actually never been observed, but scientists have determined that they exist due to the impact that they have on their environment, and complex mathematical equations that map out space. Interestingly, those same mathematical components are mimicked by swirling forces in our oceans.
According to researchers from ETH Zurich and the University of Miami, some of the largest ocean eddies on Earth are mathematically equivalent to the mysterious black holes of space. These eddies are so tightly shielded by circular water paths that nothing caught up in them escapes. Sometimes they can grow to up to 90 miles in diameter.
According to Gajitz.com the ocean-bound massive eddies help to distribute warm and salty water and microorganisms like plankton around the ocean. They also pick up pollutants like oil and plastics. Since the eddies do not lose a single drop of water on their travels, they take everything that they pick up with them until they dissipate in a new location. Thanks to their unique characteristics, the black holes of the ocean can help scientists and mathematicians learn more about the black holes of space and even pollution distribution channels in Earth’s oceans.
 Atlantic Ocean Study Reveals “Black Holes” On Earth – Gajitz.com