After Mount Polley Mine Disaster, A Mysterious Blue Substance Appeared On A Canadian Lake!
But Don’t Worry… Because Nobody Knows What It Is!
The Mount Polley mine disaster has produced a mysterious, waxy blue substance. According to locals, this still unknown bluish-green film burns their skin… A bit like a jellyfish sting. So wtf is this mysterious substance?
British Columbia says there’s nothing to fear about the mysterious, blue, waxy sheen floating on the lake below the mine tailings disaster. All what we know about is that it is declared likely “organic.”
Local residents found this strange substance floating on their supposedly “drinkable” lake water. They were concerned about it because they had touched it and it caused a drying sensation on their arms and it burned their fingers.
Even more bizarre is that this substance tranforms into gas. The blue film disappears but when you opened the jar, there was a hiss of escaping steam. So whatever it was had gone into a gas form.
So what do you think is this mysterious blue substance on BC lake?