In Nootdorp, South Holland, in the Netherlands, the water has turned a deep red, and locals are at a mystery as to why, though the phenomenon has prompted some to remember biblical prophecies of water turning to blood.
“It looks like red wine,” remarked Nootdorp resident Mark Ruder to the Netherlands’ Telstar Online.
“It is probably an algae,” Ruder speculated, “but in our region that just does not happen.”
David Dilling, an American living in the Netherlands who captured the odd phenomenon on video, however, described the canal waters as turning a “blood-red, biblical color.”
To Read more: http://www.wnd.com/2013/11/video-dutch-water-turns-blood-red/#oCDTtyD4lwGUhiAO.99
River water turns red in the Netherlands
[MHFM: Of course, examiner.com attributes the phenomenon to 'Climate Change,' rather than to an apocalyptic sign.]
... residents of Nootdorp in the Netherlands woke up to a strange phenomenon today: A normally pristine river had turned a bloody red color...Bodies of water turning red... has been reported in other areas around the world recently....
There have been other recent incidents of water turning red, one happening in Australia of last year, except this time it was on a beach: The crimson tide: Tourists in Australia flee as Bondi Beach turns into the 'Red Sea' because of rare algae bloom.
Last year residents in China close to the Yangtze river woke up to a big surprise when the huge river had turned into a sea of red: Yangtze River Turns Red and Turns Up a Mystery.
Last year, a river in Beirut also turned red, alarming residents: Beirut river turns blood red...
To read more: http://www.examiner.com/article/river-water-turns-red-the-netherlands-possible-symptom-of-climate-change
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