Simply amazing :)
I have to share this haha, this was a while ago right after Japan’s tsunami.
[KUSI San Diego Interview about the Tsunami in the morning] How to beat a Tsunami ?
Q: What were you hoping to see ?
A: Awesomeness and water
Q: When asked what were you thinking you would see ?
A: I was thinking 11 foot waves or 15 foot waves but was disappointed with three foot waves .
Q:Why would you want to come so close to the waves ?
A:Of course you want to get as close as possible to run and jump into it . Like thats how you beat Tsunami right ?
Q: That didn’t sound too smart.
A: I’m sure i’m qualified to surf pretty big waves.
Nature Sounds - Oceans
“A constantly moving and changing force of nature. The oceans have always been a source of both fear and wonder for human civilization. The seemingly last explored place on the planet, they still hold mysteries and questions waiting to be solved. Listen for shoreline, shallow wave, and deep ocean sounds with maybe a small dip into an underwater cave. Enjoy.”(teamusik via 8tracks).
Surfrider Slideshow 2010
The oceans provide 99 percent of the Earth’s living space- the largest space in our universe known to be inhabited by living organisms (Save the Seas).