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How did seawater turn sweet? Tell us!

August 19, 2006

On Friday night, hundreds thronged a creek in Mumbai as word spread that the seawater in the area has turned sweet.

With most of those who tasted the murky water vouched that it had indeed turned sweet.

Samples of the water from the region has been sent for analysis and the results will be out on Saturday afternoon.

Before the scientists unravel the mystery, can you explain this phenomenon?

Is it really a miracle or could there be a scientific explanation for this too, as was the case when a few years ago, it was widely believed idols of lord Ganesh were drinking milk. Tell us.



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Number of User Comments: 135




Sub: Very Amusing

I was very amused by seeing the reaction of people to this incident, It is not uncommon to see different level of chlorides at places ...


Posted by vicky s





Sub: POSSIBLE EXPLANATION, SCIENTIFIC !

After the heavy downpour in areas in and around Mumbai the rain water,percolating through the soil, has drained to the sea. Since the average density ...


Posted by SAYAN AICH





Sub: Gutter water....slurrrrp!

People, this is Mumbai....just like the movies,,,we shoot our stories first and then wait to see how it does at the box office.......sounds familiar?...DUH!


Posted by brass





Sub: seawater

hi everyone, the sea water would have turned to sweetwater due to excess spillage of acid and on account of it changes in PH value.this ...


Posted by Denzel patrick





Sub: No Miracle only density

Hey Guys dont trip over such things ; its just a natural phenomenen though I do not want to ewihter discount Miracles or GOd , ...


Posted by Pranav Jayaram




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