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Sea waves freezing on impact

 
Anonymous Coward
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03/05/2018 07:27 AM
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Re: Sea waves freezing on impact
pfff thats not in impact dude, its called slush and when the wave throws that on a surface the water resides and all thats left is the slush ice.... get your facts better and do better research whats up with people these days, all i see are dumb texts with no research..... you could have figured that out yourself...
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This!
Phillip J. Fry

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03/05/2018 07:30 AM
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Re: Sea waves freezing on impact
Seen that,..at the Great Lakes.
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03/05/2018 07:48 AM
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Re: Sea waves freezing on impact
that replicates the type of fluid motion that created the highest mountain ranges
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Seen that,..at the Great Lakes.
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Yeah.. me too..when I lived in Wisconsin.

It fascinating to watch.
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03/05/2018 07:59 AM
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Re: Sea waves freezing on impact
Fresh water would be more likely to go to ice, rather than seawater, because the salt would inhibit freezing.
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03/05/2018 08:07 AM
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Re: Sea waves freezing on impact
What's happening is the snow is being pushed up into slush mounds, they aren't freezing much more as the next wave easily moves them again.
The water rapidly drains from the slush giving the impression of a more solid structure.
Still an interesting observation.
It looks like UK from that pier structure.
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03/05/2018 08:17 AM
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Re: Sea waves freezing on impact
According to Dr. Pollock, water orders itself into negatively charged rings (EZ water) just prior to freezing and then the positive charge rushes in as it freezes.


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Awesome video, OP! Brr!
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03/05/2018 08:36 AM
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Awesome. Welcome to the new ice age.
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Glacial period lasts 130000 years. Your head count is too high and it's time for a head count reduction.
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03/05/2018 08:41 AM
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Re: Sea waves freezing on impact
pfff thats not in impact dude, its called slush and when the wave throws that on a surface the water resides and all thats left is the slush ice.... get your facts better and do better research whats up with people these days, all i see are dumb texts with no research..... you could have figured that out yourself...
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This!
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This.
Good God has nobody been through a winter were there is snow and some open water?
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03/05/2018 09:21 AM
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