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Millions of dead fish washed up in salt lake
Scientists have confirmed that the hideous stench engulfing Southern California on Monday came from dead fish that washed up in the Salton Sea, as rotting carcases continued to fill the salt lake.

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Fish are always dead at the Salton Sea. Since you're in the Netherlands I can see why you might think this is news. When you walk on the shore, you are walking on fish carcasses and fish bones. The sea itself is black, not brown, but black. It's from all the agriculture chemical runoff. It's actually quite a site since all buildings and businesses are abandoned, it's literally a ghost town. Hardly anything can live there, and no one swims in it.
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Smells something fishy here...
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Re: Millions of dead fish washed up in salt lake
Fish are always dead at the Salton Sea. Since you're in the Netherlands I can see why you might think this is news. When you walk on the shore, you are walking on fish carcasses and fish bones. The sea itself is black, not brown, but black. It's from all the agriculture chemical runoff. It's actually quite a site since all buildings and businesses are abandoned, it's literally a ghost town. Hardly anything can live there, and no one swims in it.
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ok, didn't know that peace
It was mentioned as a hazard on RSOE EDIS so that's why I shared it: [link to hisz.rsoe.hu]

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Fish are always dead at the Salton Sea. Since you're in the Netherlands I can see why you might think this is news. When you walk on the shore, you are walking on fish carcasses and fish bones. The sea itself is black, not brown, but black. It's from all the agriculture chemical runoff. It's actually quite a site since all buildings and businesses are abandoned, it's literally a ghost town. Hardly anything can live there, and no one swims in it.
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ok, didn't know that peace
It was mentioned as a hazard on RSOE EDIS so that's why I shared it: [link to hisz.rsoe.hu]
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Sorry! Re-reading my post I sound like an ass! Just wanted to let you know nothing to worry about though ;}
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Re: Millions of dead fish washed up in salt lake
There is a nudist camp out there. Drifters etc. live in their cars and tents and run around naked. We used to off road down there and always had to drive by the nudies.
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see the photos pin this!
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Obama is monitaring the situation
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Re: Millions of dead fish washed up in salt lake
Volcano Salton Sea ?:
Thread: Geologists: Volcanic Eruption Near Salton Sea Possible
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Re: Millions of dead fish washed up in salt lake
Fish are always dead at the Salton Sea. Since you're in the Netherlands I can see why you might think this is news. When you walk on the shore, you are walking on fish carcasses and fish bones. The sea itself is black, not brown, but black. It's from all the agriculture chemical runoff. It's actually quite a site since all buildings and businesses are abandoned, it's literally a ghost town. Hardly anything can live there, and no one swims in it.
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Well said clappa
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This is TOTALLY fucking Normal lmao
[link to en.wikipedia.org]
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Re: Millions of dead fish washed up in salt lake
The spooky part of this is that the Salton Sea looks like a giant penis, doesn't it?
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Are they fresh water fish?

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Dead fish don't emit sulphur smell. They emit dead fish smell. Volcanoes emit sulphur which when emitted in water can kill fish. Perhaps there was a volcanic release of sulphur that killed all these fish.

The Salton Sea is a man made body of water. A dike broke about a hundred years ago and it flooded this area with water. Maybe the water has now percolated far enough down in the ground to reach the magma that's a mile or so below the surface, resulting in boiling mud pots and sulphur releases.
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Dead fish don't emit sulphur smell. They emit dead fish smell. Volcanoes emit sulphur which when emitted in water can kill fish. Perhaps there was a volcanic release of sulphur that killed all these fish.

The Salton Sea is a man made body of water. A dike broke about a hundred years ago and it flooded this area with water. Maybe the water has now percolated far enough down in the ground to reach the magma that's a mile or so below the surface, resulting in boiling mud pots and sulphur releases.
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The water from the river was fresh water, but the area that flooded contained salts which dissolved in the water.
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Re: Millions of dead fish washed up in salt lake
Dead fish don't emit sulphur smell. They emit dead fish smell. Volcanoes emit sulphur which when emitted in water can kill fish. Perhaps there was a volcanic release of sulphur that killed all these fish.

The Salton Sea is a man made body of water. A dike broke about a hundred years ago and it flooded this area with water. Maybe the water has now percolated far enough down in the ground to reach the magma that's a mile or so below the surface, resulting in boiling mud pots and sulphur releases.
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The water from the river was fresh water, but the area that flooded contained salts which dissolved in the water.
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There you go, I solved the problem.


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Re: Millions of dead fish washed up in salt lake
Scientists have confirmed that the hideous stench engulfing Southern California on Monday came from dead fish that washed up in the Salton Sea, as rotting carcases continued to fill the salt lake.

Read more: [link to www.dailymail.co.uk]
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LIES!!!!

It is a erupting VOLCANO!!!



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