National Geographic Our Atmosphere Earth Science

National Geographic Our Atmosphere Earth Science

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What causes waves? Are the waves you see at the beach the same as the waves you make when you cannonball into a swimming pool? And what about tsunamis or tidal waves?

From gentle ocean waves to large, destructive tsunamis, there are many causes for the waves you encounter at the ocean.

NOTE! This is a re-release of our original “What causes Waves” video. Something went wrong with the YouTube copyright review process, and it got lost in their system. They asked us to re-upload it. Here it is! If you haven’t seen it before – it’s new to you!

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Presented by Liliana de Castro
Written and directed by Michael Harrison
Produced by Kimberly Hatch Harrison
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38 thoughts on “National Geographic Our Atmosphere Earth Science”

  1. God created the earth, sun, moon , stars in 6 24 hour days, the ceased on the 7th day. Earth is around 6000 years old. The Bible is Truth.

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  2. There is no accident in the creation of Earth's atmosphere. "In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth." Genesis 1:1. The universe was created by an Intelligent Designer. Man is a love being. God created the earth with theย right atmosphere so that His love being can live on it. It is sin that brought mankind pain and suffering. But the loving God did not leave man in his helpless condition, but He made a way through His Son Jesus Christ. The Bible tells us that God so loved the world that he gave his only Begotten so that man would not perish but live forever. St John 3:16.

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  3. Now I wounder from when this documentary is. 7:55 Because Kittingers skydiving record was broken – and he actually helped to break it ๐Ÿ™‚
    His record was broken by the austrian Felix Baumgartner on 14th October 2012

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  4. ์•Œ์•„๋“ฃ๊ณ  ์‹ถ์–ด์š”…………………. ์ œ๋Œ€๋กœ๋œ ํ•œ๊ธ€ ๋ฒˆ์—ญ์ด๋‚˜ ๋‚ด์šฉ์ข€ ์•Œ๊ณ ์‹ถ์–ด์š”………..์Šฌํ‘ธ๋‹น

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  5. Hey everyone!! We are re-releasing our "What causes Waves" video. It got lost somehow in the YouTube copyright process, and YouTube asked us to re-upload it. Here it is!! We had a lot of fun out at the beach making this video! ๐Ÿ™‚ Hope you enjoy it if you haven't seen it before!

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  6. Sound waves: Oscillations in the air;
    Light Waves: Can we call, oscillations of Photons?
    If so,
    Water Waves: Oscillations of water molecules?:)

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  7. Both interesting, and very very nicely filmed/presented (was the subtle soft-glow effect intentional? looks good here!).

    You deserve far more subscribers.

    If I may make a suggestion, perhaps having channel content that's a bit more focused on STEM would help? (Don't take that the wrong way, it's just a general observation of how "big" channels operate). For example, while processing CSV files in Python is tremendously useful (even to me personally), it does look a bit out of place.

    If we suppose that students (and educators, who will in turn show your content to their students) are a primary audience, then even grammar topics are fine along with the "hard science" stuff, but maybe Python programming is too advanced/niche. Or, since splitting into multiple channels is probably too much at this point, perhaps some sort of tagging? Perhaps somehow specifically "marketing" the channel to educators? Just a few incoherent thoughts on my part, I hope I don't sound like an ass. I only know that if I was homeschooling a kid I'd consider your content a godsend, partly due to its diversity, and definitely due to the presentation and quality!

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  8. Great videos. You left out explaining the difference between a Tsunami and your everyday Tidal wave, my favorite wave. I often go to the beach here in Everett, WA. at the change of the tide just to see the tidal waves.

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  9. Thanks for answering this question. I have entertained this question but was to lazy to google how waves occur. I always assumed moon's gravity had to do something with this. Lol ๐Ÿ˜

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