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Perpetual Ocean

Perpetual Ocean

(3:03) Visualisation showing ocean surface currents around the globe from June 2005 to December 2007.

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Guest: (2045 days ago)
How is this known?
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How is this known?
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Guest: Beau Jest (2045 days ago)
It is known because the Lord spake and it was so. Either that or physics - I dunno.
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It is known because the Lord spake and it was so. Either that or physics - I dunno.
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Guest: (2044 days ago)
Amazing. You can trace ocean currents using isotope analysis.
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Amazing. You can trace ocean currents using isotope analysis.
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NaturalBornWaiter NaturalBornWaiter (1494 days ago)
Latest comment: Looks like a Van Gogh painting
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