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Sea turns Red at Bondi Beach Australia

 
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Sea turns Red at Bondi Beach Australia
Bondi Beach could be closed for up to 36 hours while tests are conducted on the algal bloom that stained the water red this morning.

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11/26/2012 08:45 PM
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You know what I always find amazing...?

Whenever this happens, since it's actually happened quite a few times in the last couple of years... is that the stupid humans, CONTINUE their "important" activities despite the fact that there is some clear chemical/biological change to the water!

Pictures of people swimming and fishing in the blood red water as if everything is normal and fine.

Humans are the dumbest species on the planet and in complete denial of what is going on "As Above, So Below."

putin
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Re: Sea turns Red at Bondi Beach Australia
Bondi Beach could be closed for up to 36 hours while tests are conducted on the algal bloom that stained the water red this morning.

[link to www.smh.com.au]

What say you Bibletards :)
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Re: Sea turns Red at Bondi Beach Australia
Bondi Beach could be closed for up to 36 hours while tests are conducted on the algal bloom that stained the water red this morning.

[link to www.smh.com.au]

What say you Bibletards :)
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I say this is the 666 thread of the day.
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hf
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11/27/2012 12:13 AM
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Re: Sea turns Red at Bondi Beach Australia
i have heard of algae in fresh water, but open ocean is news to me.
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11/27/2012 12:15 AM

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You know what I always find amazing...?

Whenever this happens, since it's actually happened quite a few times in the last couple of years... is that the stupid humans, CONTINUE their "important" activities despite the fact that there is some clear chemical/biological change to the water!

Pictures of people swimming and fishing in the blood red water as if everything is normal and fine.

Humans are the dumbest species on the planet and in complete denial of what is going on "As Above, So Below."

putin
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It's all that sewerage they pump into the oceans.
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11/27/2012 12:16 AM

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Re: Sea turns Red at Bondi Beach Australia
it's an "Algull blayoum" :D:D

hehe nice accent
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11/27/2012 12:19 AM
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it's an "Algull blayoum" :D:D

hehe nice accent
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cheers
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11/27/2012 12:22 AM
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Red algae blue algae green algae you know this shit is good for you to eat right? Its pure protein.
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11/27/2012 12:24 AM
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lol, I'd say stuff swimming, I'm going to the pub to play pool!
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11/27/2012 12:25 AM
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Red algae blue algae green algae you know this shit is good for you to eat right? Its pure protein.
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yer if you're from NIMBIN!!
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it's an "Algull blayoum" :D:D

hehe nice accent
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Aye.
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11/27/2012 12:26 AM
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Red algae blue algae green algae you know this shit is good for you to eat right? Its pure protein.
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yer if you're from NIMBIN!!
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Nah dude they eat hash cookies in nimbin Algae is fucking good for you and good source of nutrition.
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11/27/2012 12:27 AM

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Red algae blue algae green algae you know this shit is good for you to eat right? Its pure protein.
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yer if you're from NIMBIN!!
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There are some serious crazy fucks in Nimbin. It's always worth a drive through. I heard the police have cracked the whip there, so to speak.
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11/27/2012 12:29 AM
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Red algae blue algae green algae you know this shit is good for you to eat right? Its pure protein.
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yer if you're from NIMBIN!!
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There are some serious crazy fucks in Nimbin. It's always worth a drive through. I heard the police have cracked the whip there, so to speak.
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Walk down the main street (the size of my driveway) and you will get 40 people run up to you in 10 minutes trying to sell you all sorts of drugs and herbal concoctions.
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Re: Sea turns Red at Bondi Beach Australia
Red algae blue algae green algae you know this shit is good for you to eat right? Its pure protein.
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yer if you're from NIMBIN!!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 26443358


There are some serious crazy fucks in Nimbin. It's always worth a drive through. I heard the police have cracked the whip there, so to speak.
 Quoting: Aunty Flo


first and last trip with my wife to nimbi was when some douche sold her a few cookies at a bar haha, funny but not an exsperience i would want to see again.
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11/27/2012 12:30 AM
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Red algae blue algae green algae you know this shit is good for you to eat right? Its pure protein.
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NO. Just the Blue Green Variety and if not grown under the right conditions can be extremely toxic. The Red is extremly dangerous to your health.
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11/27/2012 12:31 AM
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GLP meet up at nimbin!
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11/27/2012 12:40 AM

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Red algae blue algae green algae you know this shit is good for you to eat right? Its pure protein.
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yer if you're from NIMBIN!!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 26443358


There are some serious crazy fucks in Nimbin. It's always worth a drive through. I heard the police have cracked the whip there, so to speak.
 Quoting: Aunty Flo


first and last trip with my wife to nimbi was when some douche sold her a few cookies at a bar haha, funny but not an exsperience i would want to see again.
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Oh no. What happened?
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11/27/2012 12:41 AM
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Re: Sea turns Red at Bondi Beach Australia
Red algae blue algae green algae you know this shit is good for you to eat right? Its pure protein.
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NO. Just the Blue Green Variety and if not grown under the right conditions can be extremely toxic. The Red is extremly dangerous to your health.
 Quoting: TrinityMountain


No its not toxic I know I have eaten it only algae on poison pools of chemicals are toxic.
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GLP meet up at nimbin!
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Now that would be strange. Nimbin is too feral. Byron bay would be cool though.
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11/27/2012 12:43 AM
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Red algae blue algae green algae you know this shit is good for you to eat right? Its pure protein.
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NO. Just the Blue Green Variety and if not grown under the right conditions can be extremely toxic. The Red is extremly dangerous to your health.
 Quoting: TrinityMountain


[link to en.wikipedia.org]
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GLP meet up at nimbin!
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Now that would be strange. Nimbin is too feral. Byron bay would be cool though.
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Byron bay is full of poofter pencil necked yuppies
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when in real life this poster has never in their life seen blood red water...........

You know what I always find amazing...?

Whenever this happens, since it's actually happened quite a few times in the last couple of years... is that the stupid humans, CONTINUE their "important" activities despite the fact that there is some clear chemical/biological change to the water!

Pictures of people swimming and fishing in the blood red water as if everything is normal and fine.

Humans are the dumbest species on the planet and in complete denial of what is going on "As Above, So Below."

putin
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Aunty Flo

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GLP meet up at nimbin!
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Now that would be strange. Nimbin is too feral. Byron bay would be cool though.
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Byron bay is full of poofter pencil necked yuppies
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Really? I haven't been there for years. I went on a road trip with some friends in 99/00. We drove up to Cairns from the blue mtns, and then across to Magnetic Island to see the new year in. On the way back we spent the night in Byron Bay. It was magical.
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11/27/2012 12:50 AM
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Who's handing out the pins tonight?
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11/27/2012 12:50 AM
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It's red algae.
It's not harmful.
Google "red algae water."
Ignorance isn't "a right" in the information age.
Now you're purposefully wasting peoples time.
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11/27/2012 12:56 AM
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Bondi clear but algal blooms linger

A bloom was first spotted at Bondi at 6.30am (AEDT) on Tuesday, with subsequent outbreaks popping up at Clovelly Beach and Gordons Bay later in the day.

On the NSW central coast, blooms were spotted off Wamberal, Copacabana, Terrigal, Avoca and North Avoca beaches at around 9.30am but dispersed shortly after, a Gosford City Council spokesperson said.

No beaches were closed on the central coast.

While Gordons Bay and Clovelly, which resembled tomato juice on Tuesday afternoon, remain closed, Bondi Beach has reopened.

"With the red algae leaving and mostly harmless, Bondi is putting the flags back up again. Enjoy!" Beachwatch wrote on Twitter.

The bloom has been identified as Noctiluca scintillans, is caused by an upwelling of colder nutrient-rich water.

Also called "red tide" or "fire in the sea", the algae is non-toxic but contains high ammonia levels that can cause minor skin irritation if you swim in it, a NSW Office of Water spokesman told AAP.


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GLP meet up at nimbin!
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Now that would be strange. Nimbin is too feral. Byron bay would be cool though.
 Quoting: Aunty Flo


Byron bay is full of poofter pencil necked yuppies
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I spent some time in Byron Bay about six years ago. It was fun then, too bad the poofer yupps have loaded in though.
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11/27/2012 01:17 AM
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1972: A red tide was caused in New England by a toxic dinoflagellate Alexandrium (Gonyaulax) tamarense. The red tides caused by the dinoflagellate Gonyaulax are serious because this organism produces saxitonin & gonyautoxins which accumulate in shellfish and if ingested may lead to paralytic shellfish poisoning and can lead to death[19]
2005: The Canadian red tide was discovered to have come further south than it has in years prior by the ship (R/V) Oceanus,[20] closing shellfish beds in Maine and Massachusetts and alerting authorities as far south as Montauk (Long Island, NY) to check their beds.[21] Experts who discovered the reproductive cysts in the seabed warn of a possible spread to Long Island in the future, halting the area's fishing and shellfish industry and threatening the tourist trade, which constitutes a significant portion of the island's economy.

No deaths of humans have been attributed to Florida red tide, but people may experience respiratory irritation (coughing, sneezing, and tearing) when the red tide organism (Karenia brevis) is present along a coast and winds blow its toxic aerosol onshore. Swimming is usually safe, but skin irritation and burning is possible in areas of high concentration of red tide.[22]

2011: Gulf of Mexico
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Re: Sea turns Red at Bondi Beach Australia
We can explain the rainbow too...Still the bible makes claims about the rainbow and waters turning red...



You know what I always find amazing...?

Whenever this happens, since it's actually happened quite a few times in the last couple of years... is that the stupid humans, CONTINUE their "important" activities despite the fact that there is some clear chemical/biological change to the water!

Pictures of people swimming and fishing in the blood red water as if everything is normal and fine.

Humans are the dumbest species on the planet and in complete denial of what is going on "As Above, So Below."

putin
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