superwave

superwave

(ˈsuːpəˌweɪv)
n
(Physical Geography) an exceptionally large wave
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It is currently running 30-minute infomercials for a new version of the Sharper Image SuperWave Oven, which combines convection, halogen and infrared-heat cooking technologies.
Result: "The superwave creates a brighter reflected color," says Vukusic.
It is thought that the vessel could have encountered a freak "superwave" caused by a fluke of nature, which sunk it in a matter of seconds.
And there is a further twist in military application here, for Sloterdijk also discusses how this research might be brought to bear on our own internal weather through "neurotelepathic weapons" that use superwaves to disrupt mental functions.
SuperWaves is not a theoretical model or mathematical law about nature, nor is it a hidden reality within nature; it is the simple reality that is nature.
The order of nature exists because of the unbroken fractal order of SuperWaves. Toward the peak of the carrier wave, spiraling waves are accelerating and are concentrated.
The compression of waves in the peaks of SuperWaves exhibit stability, which manifests as matter.
SuperWaves gives a new understanding of how organization in nature.