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Why can't we get power from waves?

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The ocean is covered with literal waves of energy, and if we could convert this energy into electricity, we could power all of humanity’s electrical needs. But for now, that’s just a dream. MinuteEarth dives into why we haven’t been able to harness the power of waves.

How does a crowd “doing the wave” accurately imitate how waves in the ocean work?

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