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The ugly truth about the growing occurrence of beautiful oceanic bioluminescence
1nf1del
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Post: #16
RE: The ugly truth about the growing occurrence of beautiful oceanic bioluminescence
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My guess is the algal blooms are a response to radiation.

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Post: #17
RE: The ugly truth about the growing occurrence of beautiful oceanic bioluminescence
kids in the future:
Dad what were those things called that used to swim in the oceans?

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Post: #18
RE: The ugly truth about the growing occurrence of beautiful oceanic bioluminescence
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The thinning and melting of Arctic sea ice allows more light to reach the waters below, which may spawn more and more phytoplankton blooms (right). Typically the thick, opaque ice prevents the blooms, which can consist of diatoms such as these (left).

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RE: The ugly truth about the growing occurrence of beautiful oceanic bioluminescence
spɹɐʍoɔ snoɯʎuouɐ  Wrote: (03-20-2017 03:57 AM)
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(Noctiluca blooms have become a common feature of the Gulf of Oman and the Arabian Sea. They have also recently appeared off New Zealand, Tasmania, and Hong Kong. Such blooms are a result of warmer waters, more intense storms, related increasing rates of soil nutrients flushing into the oceans due to more intense rainfall events, and other conditions consistent with human-caused climate change. Image source: FaHaD.)


They are an ancient, primordial race of tiny organisms called noctiluca scintillans. And for millenia they have lived undisturbed in the deep waters between Oman and India. But as human fossil fuel burning forced the world to warm, this 1.2 billion year old species was dredged up from the deep.

Growing atmospheric and ocean heat fed the great storms that make up India’s southern monsoon. And as these storms intensified, they churned the waters of the Gulf of Oman, drawing the ancient noctiluca scintillans up from below. As these dinoflaggelates reached the surface they encountered more food in the form of plankton even as they gained access to more sunlight. Meanwhile, the strengthening monsoons seeded surface waters with nutrients flushed down rivers and streams and into the ocean.

In this newly favorable environment, noctiluca subsequently bloomed. Covering the ocean in a green mat by day and an oddly iridescent blue when disturbed by the waves at night.

Phytoplankton are the base of the marine food chain and noctiluca has been voraciously devouring this key nutrient source over a Mexico-sized stretch of ocean water during recent years. As the noctiluca blooms expanded, they emitted toxins and an ammonia smell that some in the region are calling sea stench. And as the great mats died and decayed, they have robbed the surrounding waters of oxygen.

As a result, mass fish kills have been reported and much of the local sea life has fled the region.

more:
https://robertscribbler.com/2017/03/19/t...cean-life/

FACT, scientists converting has converted the chemical in the Sea.

UFO o metal converters come from the Sun to burn the gas in the atmosphere to allow for the light signal to convert chemical dusts.

The UFO then falls into the sea bed...and pollutes the sea, as they forcibly traject into the deep sea holes. These holes were bored into Earth via the origin Sun attack on Earth, how metal got placed inside of Earth.

These UFO's are hotter radiation than natural Earth metal and have been polluting the sea bed.

As they go deep into the sea the UFO has caused the situation.

Life as an organic presence was already in a state of decay and decomposition...so don't let a B.S. occult scientist lie to you....they are causing it themselves.









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