Rogue waves: The real monsters of the deep

Mysterious Foot Rogue Waves Capable of Sinking Any Size Ship (Full .

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Rogue wave

Rogue wave

Rogue waves are the most threatening and beautiful monsters of the ocean. Reaching heights of 100 feet or more, these mammoth waves are deadly, hard to predict, and more common than once thought.    "I always tell people dinosaurs are dead, but big waves aren't," said Susan Casey, author of "The Wave." "To see a wave [that] is eighty or a hundred feet and be out in those waves, it's like being amongst the dinosaurs."

Rogue waves are the most threatening and beautiful monsters of the ocean. Reaching heights of 100 feet or more, these mammoth waves are deadly, hard to predict, and more common than once thought.

Music video by Rogue Wave performing Lake Michigan. (C) 2007 Brushfire Records

Music video by Rogue Wave performing Lake Michigan. (C) 2007 Brushfire Records

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Some of the difficulties work boats encounter when resuppling oil rigs in Newfoundland.

Rogue Wave - Eyes. I can handle a lot, but one thing I'm missing... is in your eyes.

Also known as the song that's on the tv show "Heroes", a few commercials and the movie "Just friends. It's an quite beautiful song if you ask me.

Physicists have found an explanation for rogue waves in the ocean and hope their theory will lead to devices to warn ships and save lives.

French Fishing Vessel 'Alf' in the Irish Sea. The French Fishing vessel Alf during a storm in Irish Sea. The crew of a Royal Navy vessel rushed to the aid of an injured fisherman trapped by bad weather on the Irish Sea.

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