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Omen? Waters near Osaka bay Japan turn pale yellow
June 13, 2012 – JAPAN - At this moment, people in Osaka and Kobe are tweeting the color of Osaka bay looks strange. From the picture, it looks pale yellow. One follower on the site tweeted: “Moving from parents house to Mikage. Osaka bay looked yellowish when I saw from an eminence. Am afraid it’s a sign.” From local citizens, it became strange color before the great Hanshin earthquake (1995) as well. They might need to stay informed just in case........
Correct me if I’m wrong but isn’t China experiencing some kind of haze right now that’s the same color? Could be very significant.
Originally posted by iforget
reply to post by AaronWilson
I don't know I would imagine if it was sulfur then the smell would be noted more than the color.
Which makes me think the discoloration may be more likely to be caused by disturbed sediment or phytoplanktonedit on 6/13/2012 by iforget because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by Disconnected Sociopath
There is already the story about millions of dead sardines washing up in that area and now this:
Eutrophication (Greek: eutrophia—healthy, adequate nutrition, development; German: Eutrophie) or more precisely hypertrophication, is the ecosystem response to the addition of artificial or natural substances, such as nitrates and phosphates, through fertilizers or sewage, to an aquatic system. One example is the "bloom" or great increase of phytoplankton in a water body as a response to increased levels of nutrients. Negative environmental effects include hypoxia, the depletion of oxygen in the water, which induces reductions in specific fish and other animal populations. Other species (such as Nomura's jellyfish in Japanese waters) may experience an increase in population that negatively affects other species.
Originally posted by TrueAmerican
We're quake heads. We don't do "yellow."
Pollen and sulfur are yellow. But sulfur stinks and pollen doesn't. No stinky= no sulfur. Therefore, no supervolcano will be opening up to destroy Japan.
Originally posted by Ben81
Sea turning yellow ? then it is sulfur gas mixed with the water
it could be a major sign of trouble ahead
a volcano about to erupt and there is certainly some earthquake that will followedit on 6/13/2012 by Ben81 because: (no reason given)
From local citizens, it became strange color before the great Hanshin earthquake (1995) as well
Originally posted by amongus
On the live webcam there is NO yellow showing.
I'm calling hoax.
Originally posted by AaronWilson
possibly sulfur. Normally happens before volcanic events. Should be interesting.