This program is one of two autorun stories to model how scientific data can be used to build explanations of events. It is the fictional, but not impossible, story of a penguin feather found by a beach clean up crew in San Francisco. The concept of thermally driven ocean currents is explored. Using the ocean conveyor belt data set and the wind-driven currents data set, visitors are encouraged to refine their predictions. An actual possible path for the penguin feather is then revealed. Finally, visitors view a simulation of a particle moving around the ocean over hundreds of years and learn that there is really only one ocean.