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rainbow reflection on water

Oh my god

Finally, the gays have polluted the water supply

They’re turning the frogs gay

Reblog if you support gay water.

I hope it’s not from spilled oil, because those rainbows make me sad for the state of our planet.

If it’s some natural phenomenon I’ve never heard of then cool.

Good news! It’s not pollution, but instead entirely natural bacterial action that happens in low oxygen bogs. Iron-loving bacteria are feeding on dissolved iron in the water, and their metabolic processes produce this rainbow oily film on the surface. Their waste products settle into an iron ore sediment. You are literally watching bog iron form, which was the primary source of iron for most of northern Europe during the Medieval era.

It’s still super gay, though. It’s now just Science Gay.

Medieval, natural, bog AND gay?! *jumping into the rainbow water*


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