5 Mar 2012

Australia has very large black holes!

Australians are surprised how big our holes are compared to the rest of the world, even our leaders acknowledge there existence.
They even compete to see who has the largest hole, the opposing sides are always giving credit to the other side.
On investigating this phenomenon I have found that our leaders discuss black holes more often than any other country, they seem to be fixated on the subject.
To give people a better understanding, I have came upon the following examples as shown below.
As you will see, it appears we do indeed have the largest black holes on the planet.



These are quite amazing,   
1. Kimberley Big Hole - South Africa 



2. Glory Hole - Monticello Dam, California 


This is the Glory Hole at Monticello Dam, and it's the largest in the world of this type of spillway, its size enabling it to consume 14,400 cubic feet of water every second.  A glory hole is used when a dam is at full capacity and water needs to be drained from the reservoir.

3 Great Blue Hole, Belize 


This incredible geographical phenomenon known as a blue hole is situated 60 miles off the mainland of Belize.   There are numerous blue holes around the world but none as stunning as this one.

4 Sinkhole in Guatemala 


This photo is of a sinkhole that occurred February 2007 in Guatemala.   It swallowed two dozen homes and killed at least three people.  
  
5. This is the famous "Hole in Canberra". 


It is capable of swallowing Millions of Tax Payers Money annually, never to be heard from again!  
It is reputed to contain at least 400
"holes". 

The people of Canberra ACT take no responsibility for any of the above, they are sick and tired of being lumped in with those that spend all their time talking about everything that is totally irrelevant.

Canberran's can actually think for themselves, they are upset constantly, by commentators referring to us, the people who live here, as the people to blame for this black hole.
WE ARE NOT!!....GET OF OUR BACKS!!


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