“God ordered Aaron to touch the River Nile with his staff – and the waters were turned to blood. The fish in the river died and the Egyptians couldn’t drink…”
A lake near the village of Ternovka, Rossoshansk District, Voronezh Region, suddenly turned red on August 28, 2021.
The 20-meter wide reservoir was built in the 1980s to drain wetlands. It is closed, and not connected with rivers. The pond is fed by ground and flood waters, springs…
Local residents are alarmed. Some also reported fish deaths. According to them, groundwater allegedly got into the drainage channel, thus leading to the fish mass die-off.
The water in the lake has already been sampled and investigated. Meanwhile, the bloody color remains a mystery. According to first results, all indicators were normal, including nitrates and sulfates.
Netizens believe that groundwater is the culprit. Officials say the blood red tint is due to an algae bloom.
In 2018, water turned blood red in a pond next to a sugar factory in the village of Gribanovsky. This time, the red color was due to discharges of industrial water from the sugar factory.
Whether natural or man-made… Blood red water is biblical! [Vestiv RN, NSN, TASS]
But soon even this red water will disappear. You should really watch the documentary film: Megadrought – Vanishing Water and prepare accordingly!
The extreme drought conditions and severe weather events are wreaking havoc the farming industry around the world…
These maps show you which US crops will be wiped out by the current devastating drought.
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There’s no drought in the mountains. Rain, rain, rain, and all week too.
Maybe we are lucky up here? Flash flood warnings too.
* There’s probably an algae bloom or ground water explanation. I always look for a reasonable cause first. That way you don’t get mistaken for some hysterical climate alarmist baloney sandwich maker.