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Gravity hills are theorized to work in a similar way. Natural geometries such as a row of trees can create a similar effect on our perception by making roads appear to slope upward when they really slope down. This effect is so strong on our perception that people who visit gravity hills will have no idea there is a perceptive trick in play and are often shocked when it appears that water flows uphill. 

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