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We had to head out and see the wind whipped angry ocean crash into the sand leaving this strange and persistent ugly brown foam.  Yes ocean waves normally generate some brown foamy bubbles yet I have never in my lifetime seen them hold together and shall I say persist for long periods of time.  It looked like cans of that spray foam insulation you get from Home Despot.  Ya'll know where I'm going with this, don't ya.  Persistent foam, how come, what for, why and why now.
A week ago I was in Calais with Jonathan making time to catch the ferry to Dover on the way back from the ET meetup. The tide was low and the wet sand uncovered by the receding tide was covered with green foam of a kind that looked really freaky to me. That was on the end of the beach closest to the ferry port, and I didn't have time to explore the whole beach to find out whether the whole beach was affected. It's a real pity, as the beach was long, wide and had excellent thin sand (though also with a lot of litter mixed in).

When the capital development of a country becomes a by-product of the activities of a casino, the job is likely to be ill-done. — John M. Keynes
by Carrie (migeru at eurotrib dot com) on Mon May 12th, 2008 at 02:37:41 PM EST

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