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Frozen Wave Phenomenon on Lake Huron

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Michigan has had the coldest winter in decades. Water expands to freeze, and at Macinaw City the water in Lake Huron below the surface ice was supercooled. It expanded to break through the surface ice and froze into this incredible wave.

This wave phenomena is seen in Antarctica, but in Michigan? Yes, it’s been quite a winter!

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  1. Fuck you says:

    “at Macinaw City the water in Lake Huron below the surface ice was supercooled. It expanded to break through the surface ice and froze into this incredible wave.”

    Really? Those photos were taken in Antarctica in 2004 by a Caltech researcher:

    http://www.astro.caltech.edu/~tonyt/Tonys_site/My_Albums/Pages/dome_c_2004.html

    Thanks for spreading disinformation.

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