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The Tides explained in ten seconds [Science]
posted November 15 2013 12:31.24 by spic0m




You think ten seconds are not enough? watch the video and decide.

BONUS FACT: The sun also causes tides on the earth, but they're only about half as strong as the moon's. When the sun & moon line up during full & new moons, tides are extra big.


[Link: minutephysics]
 
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