What happens if the ocean current takes me in broad daylight?

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  • 1 month ago
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    Can't say for sure but people have drowned from that happening to them. Of course, way more people have had that happen and gotten back safely without any major trouble, but you don't hear about it because it is just stuff that happens all the time.

  • 1 month ago

    Your question is totally unclear.

    Daylight comes around every 24 hours, more or less, so, ocean current or not, you will be in the daylight after a while (unless you are flying in a plane that goes fast enough to stay in one place relative to the sun, or you are at one of the poles during their winter).

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