The movement of water around the Salish Sea and Planet Earth has fascinated people for as long as we have been around. Why does it do that? How do we predict where it will be in an hour, a day, a year from now? How does all this affect the behavior of salmon, seaweed, and nuclear power plants? And how does all this affect me when I visit the beach, paddle a kayak, take a ferry, or try to balance an egg?
Tides wait for no man, but that means they are predictable. How does a storm change those predictions? Should we use the dependability and energy of tides for power generation?
Using video, diagrams, discussions, and humor, this hour-long interactive presentation challenges assumptions, offers insights, and helps us understand the science behind what is taking place out in space and along our shores every hour of every day, processes that create our tides, determine our coastline, and touch our lives.