Rogues, called 'extreme storm waves' by scientists, are those waves which are
greater than twice the size of surrounding waves, are very unpredictable, and ...
To understand what causes a rogue wave, first you must learn a little about
regular waves. Think about waves you're familiar with -- such as the waves you ...
Dec 3, 2012 ... Rogue waves develop from swells interacting with currents and eddies—and can
devastate ships at sea.
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Oct 26, 2009 ... A 100' ROGUE WAVE HIT THE OIL TANKER ESSO LANGUEDOC, ANOTHER
SANK THE OIL PLATFORM OCEAN RANGER AND A THIRD ...
How and when rogue waves form is still unknown and being discovered by
scientists. A few of their causes, however, are thought to include constructive ...
Rogue waves—eight or more stories or higher—are freaks of the ocean once
thought to be tall tales told by sailors. But now scientists have satellite evidence ...
Nov 16, 2015 ... It's hard to get a good description, much less a good photo, of a rogue wave
because, by all accounts, they tend to "come out of nowhere.".
Ship-sinking monster waves revealed by ESA satellites. Rare photo of a rogue
wave. 21 July 2004. Once dismissed as a nautical myth, freakish ocean waves ...
Jan 4, 2011 ... Stories of rogue waves as big as 10-storey buildings appearing out of nowhere
aren't just fishy tales. But, as Andy Ridgway discovers, what ...
Cruise-Ship Disaster: How Do 'Rogue Waves' Work? By Bryan Walsh Thursday,
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