Yangtze River Turns Red and Turns up a Mystery

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  1. Sep 7, 2012 1:52pm

    Yangtze River Turns Red and Turns Up a Mystery

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    For a river known as the “golden watercourse,” red is a strange color to see.
    Yet that’s the shade turning up in the Yangtze River and officials have no idea why.
    The red began appearing in the Yangtze, the longest and largest river in China and the third longest river in the world, yesterday near the city of Chongquing, where the Yangtze connects to the Jialin River.
    The Yangtze, called “golden” because of the heavy rainfall it receives year-round, runs through Chongqing, Southwest China’s largest industrial and commercial center, also known as the “mountain city” because of the hills and peaks upon which its many buildings and factories stand.
    The red color stopped some residents in their tracks. They put water from the river in bottles to save it. Fishermen and other workers who rely on the river for income kept going about their business, according to the UK’s Daily Mail.
    While the river’s red coloring was most pronounced near Chongqing it was also reported at several other points.
    Officials are reportedly investigating the cause.
  2. padraig

    padraig New Member

    • Rev 8:8 And the second angel sounded, and as it were a great mountain burning with fire was cast into the sea: and the third part of the sea became blood;
    • Rev 8:9 And the third part of the creatures which were in the sea, and had life, died; and the third part of the ships were destroyed.
    Widepread fish deaths


  3. Oh and the magnificent whales!!! :cry:
  4. This is affecting everyone's health everywhere in the world

    Japanese Researcher: They remind me of Godzilla (PHOTO) — 95% of worms die, survivors grow 10 times average size when raised on Tokyo soil contaminated with Fukushima radioactive material


    The pictures of the silkworms were shown to Mr. Tomita and he gave the following comment
    The worms of container 1, 2 and 3 seems to me to grow normally, however, the ones in container 4 are abnormal. They remind me of Godzilla.
    I suppose that they grow enormous not because their DNA was damaged but because the damage to epigenetics of DNA causes to produce more growth hormones than usual. When about 2-year old silkworms are grown on a chipboard, rapidity of growth varies greatly. It is considerable that chemical materials affect hormonal series. Some female patients of Suginami sickness grew a mustache or male patients had breasts.
    Almost all eggs of the container 4 died maybe because of the damage by alpha ray, however, the damage happened not to be fatal, so that there were some larvae still alive, though they should have been affected by radioactivity during the process of growth.

    Photo: “Monster bluefin tuna suspected of carrying radiation from Fukushima”
    Victorian fisherman Paul Worsteling lures monster bluefin tuna, suspected of carrying radiation from Fukushima
    YOU know you’ve landed the catch of the day when experts advise you to test your fish for radioactivity.
    Mornington Peninsula fisherman Paul Worsteling lured a monster bluefin tuna 50km off the coast of Greymouth, New Zealand.
    estimated to weigh more than 275kg.
    The fish, which looks like a prop from a B-grade horror flick, will be tested for radiation to find if fish schools affected by the Fukushima reactor meltdown in Japan have migrated around the world.
    Oysters growing at double normal speed in North Japan — “Rafts would have sunk from weight of oysters”

    [...] The shipment was scheduled for this fall, but the oysters grew so rapidly that fishermen decided to harvest and ship right away. The shipment will continue throughout the month. [...]
    According to [Tetsu] Hatayama, there’s an old saying that oysters grow fast after a tsunami. [...]
    “We decided to harvest sooner, otherwise the rafts would have sunk from the weight of the oysters. This is a special case, shipping this early, thanks to the earthquake/tsunami.”
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    bookman New Member

  8. ewww. that is totally nasty! Bet it made a few fall to their knees tho!

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