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+12 1. Smokey commented 9 years ago

Nature is beautiful and dont get me wrong, i appreciate the video to the fullest extent, but this is not the first time that a first page youtube video is uploaded here just a couple of days later. But i guess that's ok, great video.
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+47 2. mr-rex commented 9 years ago

Sorry for your loss SpongeBob
:'( :'(
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+11 3. Yokhannan commented 9 years ago

wow very interesting. wonder why it went in a straight line once it hit the seabed floor.
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+33 4. Sizzlik (admin) commented 9 years ago

#1 well..thats normal..people go to something interessting and submit it. (This video got submitted around 20 times last days)
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+34 5. juzzur commented 9 years ago

#1 I only look at Snotr for my daily fix and rely on good peeps such as yourselves to find and filter out the Gems from youtube and the likes.
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+14 6. LightAng3l commented 9 years ago

#3 The ice is guided by underwater current. That's what I think.
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+12 7. BasmanT commented 9 years ago

#2 noooooooooooo
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+13 8. loadrunner commented 9 years ago

This means Spongebob is right. You can skate under water on ice.
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+11 9. Break-a-leg commented 9 years ago

#3, #6, No, I believe the answer is much simpler: The brinewater runs down a slope, freezing a path downward.
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+6 10. AntiAnti commented 9 years ago

i always dream to hav the voice of one of those BBC narrators
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+6 11. Oddi commented 9 years ago

Wow... and #9 is correct, while a current could alter the path of frost, the coldest water simply runs downward forming ice on its path and the warmer water goes air.
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+6 12. Burimi commented 9 years ago

Ice age starfish :D
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+5 13. gcleffff commented 9 years ago

Poor Patrick's :(
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+4 14. ptsantos commented 8 years ago

Amazing :O
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0 15. buckleg08 commented 2 years ago

finger of death...:|
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+1 16. Judge-Jake commented 2 years ago

Its a real shame evolution hasn't produced a chisel fish, because if it had and it was to get together with a hammer head shark, Brinicles could be eliminated, think of the lives that would be saved. Stupid evolution!! :D