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  • "A Peregrine soliton is a special type of soliton that is very large and isolated compared to its surroundings. Researchers have long thought of the Peregrine soliton as, among other things, a model for rogue waves in the ocean, huge towers of water that come seemingly out of nowhere (though often during storms) and knock over things like cruise ships."

    --Peregrine soliton may explain ocean's rogue waves

    by Casey Johnston,

    July 25, 2011