read a couple of good posts...algee & all causing organic waste. methane gas smells
and the stink that builds up in the storm water drains
perhaps the algee or biological waste built up in a normal manner, with the prevailing currents/tides/water temps and suddenly there was a abrupt
change to the seabed sediments....
like an ocean bottom 'rogue wave' that disturbed all the decaying sediment and released the decomposed smell into the atmosphere?
that might be called a 'naturally occuring' event
as might be the release of a pocket of natural gas that was once trapped in a layer of strata pretty deep in the Earth, well a couple of yards deep
anyhow... that would be a natural occurrance as a excape point for the trapped gas could have been eroded away or dissolved by the abrasion of moving
sand on the seafloor
then again... those pesky storm drains peke my curiosity,,, what if there was a large buildup of biomass and the trapped gasses caused a blowback into
the drains that are placed way past the tidal shoreline...i can imagine a huge bubble of putrid gas that was a few hundred cubic yards large getting
shot like a cannon into the waters close to 500 yards off the shore that nobody seen or was aware of.
i believe that in the last 30 years or so that dumping stormwater into the ocean was prohibited, but what about the very old stormwater and even
sewage lines (24" conduits) that were used from the 1800s thru the 1940s
i was not even going to go to the chemtrail response.... but it was posted already
edit on 25-7-2012 by St Udio because: (no reason