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World’s Waters Turn Blood-Red

 
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Re: World’s Waters Turn Blood-Red
Nitrogen.

maybe too much human hair in the water.

Human hair has 8x more nitrogen then cow manure, so I doubt it's any type of fertilizer causing it.

Or, it's sewage run off..
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this confirms my theory that bacteria are gods, and we are just bags of mostly water for them to breed in.
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The chinese river was photoshopped to be brighter red than it actually was. If you take a look at a map of the river you will find why it turns reddish/brownish from time to time.

This latest one in Australia is caused by algae, red tide.

So, natural causes, shit that has been happening for as long as there's been water/algae. Nothing to see here.
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Have you considered that the old tales of water turning blood red. Could have been algae? even thousands of years ago?

Obviously no one is trying to say water turned into blood. Imagine if massive algae blooms all over the globe were to occur. Maybe thats what happened thousands of years ago and why it was stated that the rivers ran blood red

The question becomes..... Why? even if its alge still the question is why did this occur. If it starts happening a lot the question is still why.

would massive red algae blooms across the world edit the biosphere in a damaging way? maybe.

However your reply seems to just state "Its not blood" and completely ignore the more interesting question. which again is ..... "Why"
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 28394549


Of course it's a natural occurrence...it's something, though. Why? Better yet, what are we missing? I am a BibleTard, but I have wayyyyy different beliefs than most about who God and Lord are. I also think that the translation can't be 100% accurate. Like blood is more reasonable. Someone describing all of the water turning red (for whatever reason) wouldn't even know how to describe it. They didn't know what iron was or have a name for algae blooms....Like blood.

What are we missing?
"Don't look back, you're not going that way."

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Re: World’s Waters Turn Blood-Red
The warmer waters contribute to the growth of algae. Algae typically grows in the neritic province of the oceans division, where it is exposed to sunlight (photosynthesis causes it to 'bloom' or grow exponentially. This specific type of Red algae is called zoonxanthellae - google it.
Given that Sydney is next to a coral reef, which is home to the zoonxanthellae- it is not surprising for such algae blooms to occur.

I expect a fish kill soon, given that at night algae eat up a ton of the oxygen in the water.

*edit* All algae that lives in coral is zoonxanthellae, sorry.
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 Quoting: Free Leaks 271187


Just because most of these events can be explained off as just algae bloom outbreaks does not necessarily mean we should just write it off as that. It's the thought that counts. It's a sign none the less.
 Quoting: El Quisqueyano


Warmer temperatures and excessive UV radiation from the sun is my guess as to why it's happening more frequently.
 Quoting: *Aurora*


The chinese river was photoshopped to be brighter red than it actually was. If you take a look at a map of the river you will find why it turns reddish/brownish from time to time.

This latest one in Australia is caused by algae, red tide.

So, natural causes, shit that has been happening for as long as there's been water/algae. Nothing to see here.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 28604046


Have you considered that the old tales of water turning blood red. Could have been algae? even thousands of years ago?

Obviously no one is trying to say water turned into blood. Imagine if massive algae blooms all over the globe were to occur. Maybe thats what happened thousands of years ago and why it was stated that the rivers ran blood red

The question becomes..... Why? even if its alge still the question is why did this occur. If it starts happening a lot the question is still why.

would massive red algae blooms across the world edit the biosphere in a damaging way? maybe.

However your reply seems to just state "Its not blood" and completely ignore the more interesting question. which again is ..... "Why"
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 28394549


Of course it's a natural occurrence...it's something, though. Why? Better yet, what are we missing? I am a BibleTard, but I have wayyyyy different beliefs than most about who God and Lord are. I also think that the translation can't be 100% accurate. Like blood is more reasonable. Someone describing all of the water turning red (for whatever reason) wouldn't even know how to describe it. They didn't know what iron was or have a name for algae blooms....Like blood.

What are we missing?
 Quoting: StormeyGoddess

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