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Discussion in 'Et Cetera, Et Cetera' started by bigdog83, Feb 24, 2008.
Look out, there's a tidal wave behind you!!
Uh, yeah. Amazing pictures! That is seriously one badass slab of ice. Know anything about it?
That's clearly a giant blue raspberry jell-o mold
Gigantic waves in motion wouldn't just freeze like that unless they were some place much colder than Antarctica
Looks like the edge of an ice cap.
Urban Legends Reference Pages: Antarctica Wave
Looks like a cartoon.
Then this wave must have been a disguised troll.
Great pics though.
They're known as Frozen Antarctic Kinetic Energy or F.A.K.Es for short. lol
A cubic meter of sea water weighs in at about a ton times that by the hight and width of a tidal wave and the fact they can move at hundreds of mile an hour, you would need a temperature in the - hundreds region, like -270 degree C to begin to freeze that vast amount of energetic water mid flow.
It's can't be done captain, there just isn't enough Dilithium left!
That is so neat, no matter what they might be.
Those are cool pics. It's too bad that "ecotourism" might be the undoing of Antarctica though.
wow! those are awesome pics!
Thanks for sharing these great pictures.