How exactly does surfing work, and can understanding science make you better at it? Trace and Debbie Berebichez from Outrageous Acts of Science explain all the science behind this radical sport.
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A tough-as-nails New Zealand doctor fended off the attacking shark with a knife.
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Photos with surfers for scale are used to measure breaking waves, but there is a lot of science behind accurately forecasting the wave heights before the surfers arrive on the scene. ->
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