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By Anonymous - / Tuesday 20 August 2013 21:37 / United States - Hesperia
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By  rickyfk  |  4

Too many negative votes, comment buried. Show the comment

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  RpiesSPIES  |  24

Also, rivers and lakes are safer to find eligible fish, as they're not too enveloped nor affected by salt. Oceans and Sea's aren't and haven't always been naturally salty. That's all thanks to children *cough* and wildlife treating water supplies as their personal toilets.

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  claytwin  |  14

You theory about the source of salt in the oceans is incorrect. As water flows in rivers, it picks up small amounts of mineral salts from the rocks and soil of the river beds. This very-slightly salty water flows into the oceans and seas. The water in the oceans only leaves by evaporating (and the freezing of polar ice), but the salt remains dissolved in the ocean - it does not evaporate. So the remaining water gets saltier and saltier as time passes. If you theory was correct then your toilet and municipal water treatment plants would be incredibly salty.

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  gracehi  |  31

Too many negative votes, comment buried. Show the comment

By  jondivey  |  9

I feel like i have had a similar experience in my life. Don't sweat it. Almost copied #2 fish refference. Gotta start creating original sayins or something around here.

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