The biggest wave on the Planet

A wave crashing against the shore during a breathtaking sunset.

From space, it would seem that the ocean is a very calm place, an endless blue tapestry. In reality, it’s in a state of constant motion. It contains currents big and small, waves that crash on the shore, and one wave that surpasses them all — wide as the entire planet and perpetually running across its surface. What exactly is this wave, where did it come from, and why does it turn out that there are actually two of them?

❄️Why are no two snowflakes the same?

The cover of oyla magazine with a man riding a rubber duck.

#27 FEBRUARY 2023
🦠Can viruses be used for good?
🙄What is Alzheimer’s disease?
🔲🌈How did John Dalton see the world?
🧬When did life on Earth explode??

🌑 Back to the Moon: Mission Artemis

The cover of oyla magazine back to the moon.

#25 DECEMBER 2022
🗺How do you become an ocean explorer?
🙁What is depression?
☀️Who put the Sun at the center of the universe?
🛶How did humans spread around the Earth?

🌐 The parallel worlds of Hugh Everett

Oyla - the parallel worlds of hugh everest.

#23 OCTOBER 2022
🌊Who lives in the deep sea?
😞Why is gaslighting so dangerous?
🔮Can animals predict the weather?
🔌Are electric cars good for the environment?