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Red tide, as this phenomenon is commonly called, occurs across the globe in every ocean, and occasionally in freshwater tributaries, too. It’s completely natural, and caused by large accumulations of microorganisms like phytoplankton, which can be more scientifically identified as algal blooms.
Surfing the red tide. From the Boing Boing Shop. But, sometimes, they get their revenge. When lots and lots and lots of phytoplankton get together, they can form what we call a "red tide," a discoloration of the water at a particular point where the plankton have become densely concentrated. Some red tides are natural. The phytoplankton in this red tide off a California beach are bioluminescent. Their cells produce a chemical reaction that creates a soft, blue-green glow. It's basically the same thing that makes lightning bugs light. In this video by Loghan Call and Man's Best Media, you can see plankton light up in the beach (and a few surfers). Via Jennifer Ouellette.
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|3||Pieces of Dead||Cleanray||3:09|
|9||Heat Gets Hotter||Cleanray||2:15|
|10||I Give Up||Cleanray||3:24|