Surfing Red Tide at Night! Yeah, the water is glowing in the dark!

This is just so bizarre, cool, freaky I had to post it.  Don’t judge until you watch the video and get to the 1 minute mark.

Lights Out: Surfers generate beautiful bioluminescent waves off the coast of San Diego by disturbing a bloom of warmwater phytoplankton Lingulodinium polyedrum, causing a chemical reaction which produces a flash of blue light.

Though red tide can be harmful in certain circumstances, this particular algal bloom has a low-level toxicity that is safe to swim in

Red Tide Surfing San Diego 2011 Bioluminescence from Loghan Call on Vimeo.

Lights Out – The Daily What.

2 responses to “Surfing Red Tide at Night! Yeah, the water is glowing in the dark!”

  1. Bazaar? Bizarre is that you with a Masters can’t spell for shit. And that you can’t master a simple spell checker makes it clear why you ride a bike. You’re an idiot.


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