I was reading some folks talking on a forum recently about tidal waves. And one guy...
thought you could get a form of tidal wave in some rivers? No one really had an answer. I hadn't heard of this either, presuming like the majority of people I would think, that tidal waves manifest in the sea. Is there such a thing as a river tidal wave?
Yes they are called tidal bores: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tidal_bore
You learn something everyday - I thought the answer to this might have been 'no'. Many thanks.
(albeit einstein reincarnated)@simeonevisser is your IQ 230 like mine nice answer but one things is for sure elliptical path taking by the earth round the sun (though at a slow velocity) and also its axial rotation and some slight sea floor earthquakes could cause tidal waves.
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