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December 31, 2020


US rivers are changing from blue to yellow and green, satellite images show

(Thanks to The Perts)


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They were a rainbow of florescent colors back in the 1960's. Plus you could walk on them. And they caught fire.

Similar things are happening in my toilet bowl, the tidy bowl man is the prime suspect.

I can understand why they are turning yellow. It's all explained in the famous book "Yellow River", by I.P. Freely.

Kaleidoscopic rivers are interesting, but they don't compare to the year 1971, when a lake outside San Angelo, Texas caught fire. It garnered national attention when the event won the Fickle Finger of Fate Award from Rowan and Martin's Laugh In.
Sadly, no mention was made of what could have also been a Guiness World Record winner for largest fish fry.

Here in Minnesota we have both Paul Bunyan and the Jolly Green Giant. That might explain a little for the Mississippi. Don't forget Babe.

The Brazos usually turns red every spring when thunderstorm runoff from the Red Beds run into it.

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