The My Little Pony Killer: "China is well known for having areas with a lot of steep hillsides and a lot of land-use practices that promote soil erosion and soil going into rivers," Stanley said. "You can get red-colored clays that wouldn't be a whole lot different from having a big dose of dye go in there. But if that's the cause, I'd imagine there would have had to be a huge storm or a huge amount of clay go into the system."Great. Now stop imagining things and take your asses upstream to check.
S.A.S.Q.U.A.T.C.H.: [www.spectacularry.com image 500x210]
Hip_and_Edgy: this happens about once a month, is it really that mysterious any more?subby's mom obviously doesn't believe in feminine hygiene products
grimlock1972: Dalai Lama is new Moses?
DrGunsforHands: At least it's only the firstborn child...
James F. Campbell: Still to come: human sacrifice, cats and dogs living together, MASS HYSTERIA!
The My Little Pony Killer: Great. Now stop imagining things and take your asses upstream to check.
ThrobblefootSpectre: Wow. Not only is it very red, it's completely opaque. Even in a small clear bottle held against daylight. A dye wouldn't do that. Looks more like clay silt, although that would have to be a oddly high concentration of clay.Living in the Gulf, I've seen algal "red tide" many times, including the really bad blooms in previous decades. It was nothing like this. Our worst red tides are more like the water is slightly off color if you look closely. Not the consistency of thick tomato soup.
Uisce Beatha: James F. Campbell: Still to come: human sacrifice, cats and dogs living together, MASS HYSTERIA![i1145.photobucket.com image 600x338]/Well that's what I heard
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