« on: 30/11/2019 08:51:18 »
The vast expanses of the oceans plow a huge number of tidal waves.'Killer waves' are most certainly not the main cause of shipwrecks. The majority of ships are wrecked due to running aground.
When tidal waves collide with the coastline of the continents, tides are formed.
When tidal waves collide in the open ocean, killer waves form.
The aforesaid can be easily checked if two liter cans are simultaneously thrown into the bath with water (the distance between the lying cans is 10 cm).
When a tidal wave collides, the resulting killer wave foams and a larger wave pulls through a smaller wave somewhat.
You can create a killer wave with a height of 0.3 meters and a duration of 0.5 seconds, if two divers at the same time jump a "bomb" into a pond from a height of 2 meters (the distance between jumping 3 meters).
If you simultaneously hit two tablespoons in a cup of water and a "killer wave" is formed there.
The height of the killer wave can be calculated by the following formula: H = T1 • T2,
where T is the kinetic energy of the tidal wave.
The mechanism of formation of the tidal hump in the river and killer waves in the oceans is similar and the height of the tidal hump in the river depends on the kinetic energy of the current in the river, and the kinetic energy of the tidal wave.
The place of the possible penetration of the killer waves can be predicted from the circuit maps and, accordingly, plot routes.
An approaching killer wave or tsunami can be partially neutralized by creating a series of oncoming waves, torpedoes or shells.
If two tidal waves do not collide with each other, then they move freely across the ocean at a speed of about 100 km / h and they are called Rossby waves.
Three sisters is a tidal wave collision with three storm waves.
Tidal waves colliding with storm waves create killer waves and are the main cause of ship wrecks.
Knowing the tidal schedule, one should accordingly choose the time and route of movement in the seas and oceans.
The map shows the areas of the most frequent occurrence of killer waves.
The animation shows how a killer wave forms in the Bermuda Triangle as a result of a tidal wave collision.
The clocks installed on the animation show that killer waves in the Bermuda Triangle are generated twice a day, at 12 and at 24 o’clock.
Based on the animation shown, you can create a calendar for the formation of killer waves, not only for future years but also for previous ones.
Pretty much everything else in the above is wrong too. Why waste time posting this nonsense?
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