River Of Blood Flows In China

When researching your local natural environs involves a DVD of The Shining…Via the International Business Times:

The Jian River in Luoyang, China had become a “river of blood”…Locals were subject to the water’s eerie, blood-like color for several days before government officials tracked the source of the color not to a Moses-like End Times but to two small chemical plants.

Although media outlets were alerted to the spill by citizens’ panicked calls, others who live neat the water are unsurprised, saying the water changes color often due to the various pollutants dumped into or along the river on a weekly basis. Some Chinese locals report that the river has turned dark green in the past.

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  • Swamp Thing

    Oh, not to worry, it’s not a river of blood, ITS JUST CHEMICALS THAT TURN THE WATER BLOOD RED!

  • Swamp Thing

    Oh, not to worry, it’s not a river of blood, ITS JUST CHEMICALS THAT TURN THE WATER BLOOD RED!

    • Anarchy Pony

      Oh, whew! That was a close one…

    • Dda

      that is what we have to worry more than blood, it is pollution. sometimes blood may be better than chemicals

  • Simiantongue

    I’ve heard of red China,  had no idea it was meant literally. 

  • Simiantongue

    I’ve heard of red China,  had no idea it was meant literally. 

  • Simiantongue

    I’ve heard of red China,  had no idea it was meant literally. 

  • Anarchy Pony

    Oh, whew! That was a close one…

  • Anarchy Pony

    Oh, whew! That was a close one…

  • http://www.AboutLearningChinese.com Alex Moen

    Oh, well, clearly the locals shouldn’t be alarmed at all.  And they had green before this?  It sounds like a fancy Christmas party in their rivers.

  • http://www.AboutLearningChinese.com Alex Moen

    Oh, well, clearly the locals shouldn’t be alarmed at all.  And they had green before this?  It sounds like a fancy Christmas party in their rivers.

  • http://www.AboutLearningChinese.com Alex Moen

    Oh, well, clearly the locals shouldn’t be alarmed at all.  And they had green before this?  It sounds like a fancy Christmas party in their rivers.

  • Madmacks23

    does the river empty into the red sea?

  • Madmacks23

    does the river empty into the red sea?

  • Madmacks23

    does the river empty into the red sea?

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1455288665 Deva O’Donnell

    And our government and corporations would like America to be more like China.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1455288665 Deva O’Donnell

    And our government and corporations would like America to be more like China.

  • http://buzzcoastin.posterous.com BuzzCoastin

    China is still 50 years behind understanding the modern technology it recently embraced
    they are in the process of committing suicide by technological byproducts
    but they think they are becoming “modern”

    the US is their role model from which they copy everything
    including the mistakes

  • BuzzCoastin

    China is still 50 years behind understanding the modern technology it recently embraced
    they are in the process of committing suicide by technological byproducts
    but they think they are becoming “modern”

    the US is their role model from which they copy everything
    including the mistakes

  • Brock Lynch

    Atleast use a glove if you’re going to contain the water girl.

  • Brock Lynch

    Atleast use a glove if you’re going to contain the water girl.

    • JaceD

      makes no difference, she drunk the water soon after.

  • 5by5

    The link’s not working. Did China take down the International Business Times for reporting on their chemical apocalypse?

  • 5by5

    The link’s not working. Did China take down the International Business Times for reporting on their chemical apocalypse?

  • Anonymous

    makes no difference, she drunk the water soon after.

  • Dda

    that is what we have to worry more than blood, it is pollution. sometimes blood may be better than chemicals