Ocean whirlpools from which nothing can ever escape - not even water. Eddies are so tightly surrounded by water paths that nothing can escape Scientists have found they are mathematically equivalent to black holes. The findings may help explain the spread of pollution in the world's oceans. It could also help better determine how eddies effect ocean temperatures. Credit: Youtube/NASAexplorer
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