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August 21, 2014

Indian River Lagoon, FL. Nature has her own bioluminescence, humans just AMP IT UP with all of our pulsed electromagnetic radiation

Ready for a new paddling adventure? Since it is summer, bioluminescent paddling tours on the Indian River and Mosquito Lagoon are in full swing. The cool thing about these tours is that they are conducted at night and with every movement, the water glows! [NO SH%^ – >100 watts/sq. meter microwave pulses!]

Yep, that’s right – the water actually glows. This phenomenon is caused by tiny bioluminescent plankton, and when movement occurs[movement through a magnetic field can induce currents and small waves act as antenna, collecting the EMF], streaks of blue light can be seen. Fish look like blue comets, and the water around your kayak and paddle glows as you move along. Really neat stuff.

The best time for a bioluminescent paddling trip is during the warm summer months (higher humudity, more EMF reflection from atmosphere), and especially during really dark nights, so choose dates accordingly.Kayak Tours can hook you up with a great experience, and on the website you’ll find all the info needed to make it happen. They even have a handy moonphase calendar, so you can choose the days that work best.

lagoon power

Yeah, take the kids!!

Am I fu&%ing everything up?

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