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This Video of a Lab Simulated Rogue Wave Will Make Your Palms Sweat

It’s a sailor’s worst nightmare. A monster wave that comes out of nowhere, two to three times bigger than the others. In certain cases, waves like this are capable of swallowing a ship whole. Yet to this day we still don’t know much about rogue waves or how they form. Actually, most of what we […] The post This Video of a Lab Simulated Rogue Wave Will Make Your Palms Sweat appeared first on gCaptain.
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