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THINGS WE'D LIKE TO SEE THE SEA SWEEP AWAY NEXT TIME IT RISES

Tags:   Outdoors,   Fun,   Summer '14

By The Swag Team   -  July 11, 2014



Thursday’s weird tidal effect that saw the sea level around the islands rise and fall by a dramatic metre or so for a few minutes has been the subject of much discussion. As always, some of it, particularly the comments left on one well-known local newspaper site, was inane, while some people’s hysterical blaming of the phenomenon on a tsunami or climate change was simply incorrect.

 

While we at SWAG are no experts on geographical or maritime matters, it was fairly easy for us to come to the conclusion that it was either a seiche or something to do with the tidal forces the moon has on the Earth.

 

This point about the moon is quite interesing as we’re due for another ‘supermoon’ on Saturday. This means that not only will we have something quite unusual and beautiful to behold while we barbeque outdoors (taking the opportunity NOT to watch the silly match for the World Cup’s third place between Brazil vs Holland); but we can also experience some ethereal benefits, if you believe in astrology that is.

 

The sea effect we saw on Thursday is quite an unusual one to behold and we can quite understand why the whole country was talking about it. In fact, we’d like to throw in our two cents worth and say that we’d like to see it happen more often, so it can wash away a few things we dislike intensely.

 

If only one would occur today and sweep away all the abusive beach concessions and the pushy people who run them at Ghadira, Blue Lagoon and various other beaches. While it’s at it, it can take with it any offroad vehicles that idiot drivers drive down on to the beach with no respect for sunbathers. And if it reaches high enough, perhaps it can take some bird trappers’ nets and cages along as well. And why not a few cranes and heavy, smoky vehicles from construction sites?

 

The only problem with this wish list is that all this rubbish will simply go on to pollute out already cluttered seabed, thus infuriating the diving community, tourists and a fair amount of fish.

 

Best not to wish for it then.

 



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