VICTORIA – Aliens have taken over a lake in Australia. It’s now glowing!
Scientists first believed that this special lake – that glows in the dark – was a phenomenon caused by forest fires and floods.
According to Dr. Robert Hillstrom, scientists believed that “the combination of the fire and then the rain washed ash and nitrogen-rich soil into the water,” causing a cluster of lakes known as the Gippsland Lakes to glow at night. These lakes experienced a rise in sea level and that “caused the lakes to mix with sea water, which also raised the salinity.”
Dr. Hillstrom believed that this combination of ingredients resulted in the introduction of a species of algae called Noctiluca scintillans, or “sea sparkle.” This algae gave the water a nighttime glow.
But WWN has confirmed that the glowing lake is not caused by any natural earthly events. The lake is glowing because it is inhabited by glowing aliens from Planet Zeeba.
Extraterrestrial expert, Dr. Susan Begley, flew down to Australia and examined the lake first hand. “Some scientists believe that this is a natural phenomenon caused when a living organism lights up at night. That is normally called “bioluminescence – but this is quite different. These Australia lakes are filled with aliens and alien eggs. The eggs are glowing and, in turn, the lake is glowing.”
Dr. Begley believes that lakes in North America will be glowing with aliens in the near future.
Photos of the lakes were taken by Phil Hart – who has no opinion about the aliens – but he takes some incredible photos.
7 thoughts on “GLOWING LAKE”
Are you sure this isn't in Puerto Rico? Pretty sure I've been here.
this lake looks so beautiful, wish i kud see an glowing lake. (:
Good for them! I hope they're enjoying that lake.~
It's A substance obtained from jelly fish.. may be inserted with bacteria, and allow the to reproduce across the lake.
this substance glows in dark ( used in genetic engineering)
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Are you sure this lake isn't near Roswell, New Mexico?