TIL: Kummakivi is a large balancing rock in Ruokolahti, Finland. The 7-metre long boulder lies on a convex bedrock surface with a very small footprint but so firmly that it cannot be rocked with human force. by whatilearned July 1, 2022, 3:41 pm Read more: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kummakivi What do you think? 12 Points Upvote Downvote 7metrebalancingBedrockBoulderconvexfinlandfirmlyFootprintforcehumanKummakivilargelieslongrockRockedRuokolahtismallsurfaceTILToday I learned See more Previous article Someone complemented my relationship advice so i made this Next article How To Make a Pocket Pussy 7 Comments Leave a Reply I’m pretty sure hordes of idiots are on their way now to try… Log in to Reply I know what your thinking, your thinking you could move that rock, I’m thinking it too, but we can’t, society says we can’t. How far back in time do you think I would have to go for nobody to give a shit? Log in to Reply We need some scumbag scout leaders to tip that over ASAP. /s Log in to Reply The trick is to first drink half to three quarters of a bottle of Vodka. That, together with your depression, will give you superhuman strength. Log in to Reply wonder if its somehow joined with rock below, or is it just so heavy and lucky balanced so cant be moved? Log in to Reply Looks like if you even got a chance to rock it, trying to get it to move there is a good chance it will roll back onto the people rocking it, a nature karma trap well played nature well played. Log in to Reply Question is, how did it get there on the first place? Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.