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Take a hike anytime of the year through Chestnut Ridge Park (in the western part of New York state) to see the beautiful Eternal Flame Falls. As you head down the deep canyon following Shale Creek, you’ll hear the 25-foot cascade long before you turn to see the flame. The flame dancing behind the waterfalls is the result of natural gas seepage escaping though the shale. VIDEO by Dan Human. (Photo above via Wikipedia)
According to the Daily Mail–
For years, scientists thought that the eternal flame in New York was kept alight by gas produced by ancient, extremely hot rocks. However, researchers from Indiana University have discovered that the rocks underneath the Chestnut Ridge County Park aren’t hot enough to produce this gas, which means another process is producing the gas that’s keeping the flame burning. And they have not been…
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