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[*] posted on 2/16/2007 at 15:58
Newfoundland "Frozen Waves"

5 minute video that appears to show ice being pushed on shore by tides...
Ocean water would be more likely to freeze at the edges
IF the salinity of the water had dropped...

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[*] posted on 2/16/2007 at 17:31

That is pretty impressive.

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