Ocean waves pack so much power, in fact, that if we were able to harness all that wave energy, we'd have more than enough power to get rid of fossil fuels.
Some believe a large earthquake is going to send California careening into the Pacific. But is any of this based on scientific fact?
There's physics and science behind a ship's wake.
What is the distinctive sound of the ocean hitting the sand: Woooosh!
What is slosh? What is a standing wave? How are these related to physics?
Have you ever been to the ocean and watched the waves? How do they form?
What water craft relies on the horizontal push from the downward pull of gravity to move? Find out on this Moment of Science.
Around New Guinea, there's a watery hill almost two hundred and fifty feet high. This isn't a hill on the ocean floor, but a hill on the ocean's surface.
No matter when you go to the beach, the waves are rolling in. The ocean doesn’t seem to take a break. What’s causing that? Learn more on this Moment of Science.
Have you heard the term otoacoustic emissions? They are the noises that your ears generate and emit. Learn more on this Moment of Science.