Description by Jack Wright

A scientist whose uniqueness is to draw conclusions strictly from linguistic metaphors, developed a theory concerning what is common between the waves of sound and water. According to this, it should be possible for sounds of the proper wavelength to overlap (the “lapping” of waves had given him the clue) and thereby control, at least diminish those of water. He has experimented to find the proper sounds for this task. As evidenced in this video, his sounds do indeed suppress the waves, and each time he allows a gap in his sounds those of the waves reappear. There will always be skeptics.

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