Do you know how is a wave formed? It is a friction between air molecules and water molecules. The energy from the wind is transferred to the water. For more interesting Geography articles and videos visit http://mocomi.com/learn/geography/
My hair was this long, a few months ago. I could never get this sort of long, articulated waves. Instead, my hair would overreact and form big fat loose curls. So when I cut twenty inches off, I discovered (behold!) that my hair was actually genuinely curly, the entire time, and the only reason it looked straight was the amount of weight!
Caves are cavities that form in hillsides, in cliff walls, and underground, and are accessible at Earth's surface. Typically, they form in soft, fractured, or soluble rock as a result of natural mechanical and chemical processes that continue over thousands of years. This interactive activity from NOVAoffers animated explanations for how ocean waves, lava, slightly acidic groundwater, and, in a supporting role, microbes account for the variety of cave formations on Earth.
The University of Maryland- a generation of light detectors that can see below the surface of bodies, walls, and other objects. Using the special properties of graphene, a two-dimensional form of carbon that is only one atom thick, a prototype detector is able to see an extraordinarily broad band of wavelengths. A band of light wavelengths that have exciting potential applications but are notoriously difficult to detect: terahertz waves, which are invisible to the human eye.
Are you going to be at the head of the the next TSUNAMI OPPORTUNITY that is about to hit the UK ... YOU HAVE 10 DAYS LEFT to get into a prime position ... after that you will have to join the masses to get onboard. email@example.com