Underwater pendulums could calm waves and reduce coastal erosion

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A device to counteract the power of waves could limit erosion along coastlines

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A system of upside-down pendulums tethered to the seafloor could significantly reduce the size of waves, helping limit beach erosion.

Waves that wear down beaches are often stopped with walls of…

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