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you've certainly got bad music, I'm not an image specialist so I'll just go with my innitial assumption that it's a sub rising. Edit- and as others have also said, tides merging is also an easy explanation for it.
Originally posted by baddmove
reply to post by TrueAmerican
Before i watch..
is there bad music playing and CGI involved?
you know, looks like the parting of the red sea by Moses....
Originally posted by Res Ipsa
I can't wait to find out what caused that....
...I do know the music in that video caused me to turn on every light in my house.
The interaction of the tide with the outgoing current from a river can sometimes produce an unusual solitary wave that proceeds up the river from its mouth. Called a "tidal bore", this wave illustrates the depth dependance of the wave velocity of waves from the ocean.
Originally posted by defconzero
yeah I was going to make a mosses comment, lol! mother nature is amazing! ...I bet she's hot too!
The most famous of these lakes is Lake Nahuel Huapii, situated in the Nahuel Huapi National Park. This lake is a colossal 76km long and is home to the most beautiful underwater landscapes and tropical marine life. For those who consider themselves experienced divers and wish to do some real exploring, check out the lake's shipwreck! Accessible nearby Isla Victoria, divers explore the outside of the ship then swim inside to see the once magnificent décor that now lies rotting at the bottom of the lake.
Turbidity currents can be set into motion when mud and sand on the continental shelf are loosened by earthquakes, collapsing slopes, and other geological disturbances. The turbid water then rushes downward like an avalanche, picking up sediment and increasing in speed as it flows.