August 23rd, 2008Surfing Mouse Video

Surfing Mouse Video

Surfing Mouse Video

The mouse (Mus musculus for scientists) is a small rodent which sometimes enjoys to surf on big waves. Mouses are an animal generally quite often fearful which lives near or in human habitations.

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August 22nd, 2008Surfing Glaciers in Alaska

Surfing Glaciers in Alaska

Glacier Iceberg Surfing in Alaska

Surfing the wave created by the break down and falling of part of an iceberg is completly crazy because of the size of the wave created and the freezing temperatures of the water. It is highly dangerous and should not be attempted without proper preparation and equipment.

A glacier is a mass of ice which is formed by many layers of snow accumulated on its surface. Crushed under its own weight, snow expels air in the glacier and it forms into one big block of ice. The glaciers represent 98.5% of fresh water on the planet.

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Typhoon Extreme Surfing in Japan

Surfing Typhoon’s in Japan is just sick! No human being should surf a cyclone or typhoon wave, it is just suicidal!

The release of heat in a mature tropical cyclone or typhoon may exceed 2×1019 watts. This equates to a 10 megatonnes thermonuclear bomb detonated every 20 minutes. Tropical cyclones in the open sea cause huge waves, heavy rain and strong winds. This disturbs navigation routes and sometimes sinking ship. However, the most devastating tropical cyclones occur when they strike the coast and enter the land. In this case, a tropical cyclone may cause enormous damage.

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